Typhoon Glenda had destroyed many commodities when she hit the country. In fact there were some who were reported dead. With its strong wind, some infrastructures and even trees are ruined especially in the Luzon area.
Recently on ABS-CBN’s news specifically Bandilla, it was reported that even fish cages of individuals in Taal Lake were also affected by the said typhoon.
They are specifically “Bangus” and “Tilapia”. These were sold very inexpensive in the streets even the small fish. They sell it for at least 70 pesos. However, there’s a warning from BFAR to those who catch small fishes.
The said fish came from the damaged fish cages in Taal Lake in Batangas.
A total of 130 fish cages of Sandoval family were damaged by typhoon Glenda. It had wiped out a large equivalent amount of capital in the family. Yet they still have no choice but just to stand up and move on from this. However, it will really take time.
The fish that are taken care in this fish cages are brought to Malabon. After this happened, there comes a large supply of these fishes in Manila that made it sold in a lower price.
Also, fish pens from Pampanga, Bulacan and Laguna De Bay are affected on typhoon Glenda.