ATI Director Asterio Saliot

Dec 22 2015

"Moving Forward Enhancing Competitiveness: Philippine Corn Towards ASEAN Integration” was the...

Nov 25 2015

“It’s not easy to go out of your comfort zone but then if you remain restrained in that comfort...

Nov 25 2015

I was an entrepreneur, profit-oriented, meeting due dates and finding additional...

Recent news

Apr 27 2016

BAGUIO CITY, Philippines -- The national program implementers of Rice Crop Manager (RCM) convened anew to develop a concrete plan for the second phase of its implementation and finalize the targets for 2016 farm monitoring and precision rice farming activities.

Apr 04 2016

TANGUB CITY, Misamis Occidental – Staying true to its mission of championing the cause of farmers and fishers, the Information Services (IS) group of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) forges ahead with enhancing the documentation and dissemination of success stories in the Philippine agriculture and fisheries sector.

Mar 30 2016

“The multiple crises of our age serve as an invitation to evolve a new system and culture - one that puts the planet and people first. We believe this is possible through Community-Shared Agriculture.” – Good Food Community, www.goodfoodcommunity .com

Mar 09 2016

DILIMAN, Quezon City – Women play an essential role in the agricultural growth of our country but they still continue to face obstacles and receive limited recognitions for their valuable contributions to food production and food security.

Mar 03 2016

DILIMAN, Quezon City – What do the Filipino youth think about most these days?

For 25-year-old Janbert Aranza, it’s about how to sustain his business of grafting fruit trees and expand his knowledge on farming.

“Agriculture is the backbone of any economy for without it, there would be no food. Without food, we would not be able to produce all the other materials we need to survive. The youth truly needs to know the importance of farming and agriculture,” the young farmer from Barangay Lunga, Valencia, Negros Oriental said in an interview.

Feb 29 2016

QUEZON Province – The School-on-the-Air (SOA) initiative of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) is currently touching the hearts of hundreds of farmers in Quezon Province, helping them realize their dreams for their respective farms and farming enterprises.

Upcoming Events @ the ATI Network

ATI-4a Wed, 05/04/2016 (All day) Traning on GAP for fruits and vegetables
ATI-4a Thu, 05/12/2016 (All day) Information Caravan on GAP
ATI-4a Thu, 05/12/2016 (All day) Information Caravan on GAP
ATI-4a Thu, 05/12/2016 (All day) Information Caravan on GAP
ATI-4a Thu, 05/12/2016 (All day) Information Caravan on GAP
ATI-8 Tue, 05/17/2016 (All day) Agritechture: Transforming Farmscape Batch 2

What they say...

I am actually planning on going back to the Philippines for good starting next year, 2009 to finally do something on my piece of land in Sariaya, Quezon that now  lie idle. I have been in...

Romeo Maghirang, Vancouver, Canada | Thu, 08/07/2008

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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The Philippine Department of Agriculture advocates the application of organic fertilizers and other soil ameliorants for growing plants. Among these fertilizers is the fish emulsion made from a blend of various fish waste. It could be applied to both soil and foliage since it enhances the growth of crops during vegetative period.

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Globally, banana is ranked fourth in terms of gross value of production. It is a major staple food crop for millions of people. It also provides income through local and international trade like Ecuador and Brazil. In the Philippines, 76% of banana is used as food while 16% is used as feeds. Among the 80 cultivars, Lakatan is one of the most in-demand locally; but sometimes growers have low productivity due to problems on pests and diseases.

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The Climate Change Commission (CCC) continuously come up with reference materials on climate change. Among these is a Comprehensive Land Use Plan Preparation (CLUP) Resource Book on Integrating Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Management.