Recent news

Oct 27 2016

QUEZON CITY -- From young farmers to agripreneurs – this is the vision in bringing back more people in the agriculture sector. As such, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI), in partnership with the Foundations for People Development, Inc. – Molding Future Innovations (FPD-MFI), initiated the Youth Empowerment through a Sustainable (YES) Program in 2014.
 

Oct 18 2016

LAGUNA - The acquisition and sharing of information has become easier and better than ever through the use of the internet. The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) aims to efficiently utilize this information-sharing platform in advocating Organic Agriculture (OA) to the public by inviting online influencers — travel and lifestyle bloggers—to visit and experience themselves the organic farming practices at the farms.

Oct 13 2016

DILIMAN, Quezon City -- The ATI Network of Training Centers and the Department of Agriculture's Regional Field Offices have gone hand in hand in conducting the Regional Training of Trainers (TOT) for the Rice Crop Manager (RCM) Use and Operations.
 

Oct 10 2016

DILIMAN, Quezon City – What better way to feed our families than by cultivating our own food in our backyards?
 

Oct 04 2016

DILIMAN, Quezon City – Dr. Luz A. Taposok has been named as the new officer-in-charge (OIC) director of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI).

Oct 04 2016

SAN MATEO, Rizal – Some 3,000 local coconut farmers are set to undergo extensive capability-enhancement activities to address the increasing poverty rate among coconut farming communities.
 
This initiative is through the Sustainable Certified Coconut Oil (SCNO), under Germany's Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development’s develoPPP.de programme. Hence, Filipino farmers involved in coconut production can look forward to increased income through a sustainable certified coconut oil supply chain.
 

Upcoming Events @ the ATI Network

ATI-CO Mon, 12/05/2016 (All day) Training on Extension Management (Phase 2)
ATI-CO Tue, 12/06/2016 - 8:00am 2016 Assessment and Planning Workshop for 4H and RBOs
ATI-4a Mon, 12/12/2016 (All day) (M&E) Araw ng Pagpapahalaga at Pasasalamat
ATI-4a Mon, 12/12/2016 (All day) FITS Indang Launching

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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 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.

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“The need for Research and Development (R&D) is very important in developing food security and alleviating poverty especially in rural areas. R&D activities in the agriculture, aquatic and natural resources (AANR) sectors generate many types of output such as technology, capacity and policy aimed at solving a wide range of production-related as well as marketing-related problems” (Cardenas, et al, 2016).

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With the purpose of quantifying the on- and off-site effects of agricultural externalities and their causes, the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) together with the Bureau of Agricultural Research (BAR) and Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) conducted a study on Productivity Growth in Philippine Agriculture (PGPA). It was also intended to give a better understanding on mitigating mechanisms based on literature reviews and empirical case studies about upland corn production.