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Jan 19 2017

DILIMAN, Quezon City – With gratitude and stronger commitment to uplift the lives of farmers and fishers, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) looks back on 30 significant years of extension work in the country and to more opportunities to make valuable contributions to the agriculture and fisheries sector.

Jan 17 2017

Save the date! Come and join us on January 23-27, 2017 as we celebrate the Agricultural Training Institute's 30th Anniversary with the theme: “ATI@30: Extending Excellent Extension Services Beyond Boundaries."

Visit our Learning and Discovery (LeAD) Center, tour around our urban garden, and catch the booths of our network of training centers that features various agricultural products and services.

See you at the ATI Central Office in Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City on these dates!

Jan 04 2017

TANZA, Cavite — Aiming to ensure harmony and focus on delivering services to clients in the upcoming year, Information Services (IS) chiefs and staff of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) network of training centers convened to share ideas and updates on IS programs and services during the last leg of ATI's Knowledge Management (KM) Updates for 2016.

Dec 23 2016

As we wish everyone the best of this season, allow us to say thank you to all our clients, partners from the government, non-government, and private sector in the delivery of agricultural extension and training services across the regions in the Philippines. The ATI family from ATI Network of Training Centers appreciated all the support and efforts everyone provided to help uplift the standard of living of our fellow farmers and fishers, much more in providing food on our plates. 

Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!

Dec 19 2016

OLD BALARA, Quezon City – In the face of today’s growing population, the Department of Agriculture (DA) sharpens its focus on food security and poverty alleviation through its metro-wide urban agriculture project with the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) dubbed as the “ATIng Gulayan ng DA”.

Dec 05 2016

DILIMAN, Quezon City -- Magsasaka Siyentista (MS) or farmer-scientist is a title earned by a farmer who has been successful in his/her use of science and technology-based indigenous technologies in his farm. Complementing the Farmers' Information Technology Services (FITS) Center in farming technology dissemination, the MS plays a critical role in sharing his farming knowledge and experiences as proliferated in the framework of the Techno Gabay Program (TGP).

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What they say...

Thank you so much. The course on AgriMark has added a lot of knowledge that I can also share to lighten the burden of marketing issues in the agri sector. Again thank you.

Amalia Cadorna Vestal, AEW, Bohol | Thu, 03/10/2011

Featured Stories

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Dr. Albert Jo, a medical doctor, established the “Rapha Valley” with the intention of sharing the benefits of good food and nutrition to health.

Live to Tell

"Live to Tell- A Compilation of Farmers Success Stories" by the ATI RTC IV-A is a remarkable leap that finally highlights the efforts of Agricultural Training Institute in building dreams and transforming the life of its clients.

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 Defying most conventional beliefs on agriculture and challenging traditional farming system, he dared to demonstrate that growing food and eating them fresh in one’s backyard can be done---regardless of location and circumstances.

Library Acquisitions

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Research shows that 70% of the world consumes Arabica Coffee, which is known for its mild taste and aroma. Hence, the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-PCAARRD) and Benguet State University (BSU) came up with a book on various organically-grown Arabica coffee cultivars that are best planted in Benguet and could be sold at reasonable prices.

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The Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (PCAARRD-DOST) recently reprinted its “The Philippine Recommends for Goat Farming” with updated information and data on goat production and the industry. It generally aims to provide relevant information on various goat-raising aspects.

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The growing demand for organic fresh vegetables, fruits, rice and herbs in both local and international markets increases the need for inputs such as organic fertilizer. As such the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD) offers a new technology publication on commercially produced organic fertilizer.