Thursday, November 17, 2011
CapSU Dayao trains barangay residents on bangus deboning
Dr. Edna Nava, professor of CapSU’s fishery department, shared her know-how on bangus deboning. She guided Talon residents in performing the correct angles for incisions on bangus. Such correct procedures will make deboning easy and hassle-free. Stressing that “haste makes waste", Nava encourages participants to take caution and practice restraint, which makes the skill more of an art. She was assisted by her colleagues in the training.
Incidentally, CapSu is a partner member agency of the Western Visayas Agriculture and Resources Research and Development Consortium, one of the 14 regional research and development consortia of the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development or PCAARRD. Niño Manaog with reports from Eduardo Navarra, CapSU RACE Rep/WESVARRDEC S&T Media Service