- Written by Leira Vic G. Colongon
- Published: 11 June 2019
PUERTO PRINCESA CITY – Seaweed farmers in Brgy. Manalo currently use a bamboo to dry their harvest. Drying is an essential segment of the value chain that can determine the market value of raw dried seaweeds. (Photo by Joven Delgado, Puerto Princesa City Agriculture Office)
The “Seaweed Production and Marketing” enterprise is the newest rural intervention that is listed to be funded by the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP) in the MIMAROPA region. The subproject, proposed by the Pandan Marine Products Marketing Cooperative (PMPMC), was recently approved by the MIMAROPA project advisory board.