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Apr 15 2014

DILIMAN, Quezon – To be able to identify the different facets that are needed to be improved on, every project must be subjected to an evaluation.

For more than a year now, the Farm Business School (FBS) under the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) led project “Capacity Building of Small Farmers in Entrepreneurship Development and Market Access” has produced about 400 farmer-graduates. These farmers were able to enhance their capabilities not only in producing crops but also in marketing their own produce.

Apr 11 2014

NAUJAN, Oriental Mindoro – Committed to deliver faster and accessible information to its clientele the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center (ATI-RTC) in Mimaropa recently held a joint launching for the e-Learning Lounge and the new Online Course on Quail Production.

Apr 11 2014

DILIMAN, Quezon City---To ensure delivery of quality extension services in agriculture and fisheries, some 25 middle managers from the Department of Agriculture's (DA) attached bureaus and line agencies participated in a workshop on agriculture and fisheries policy formulation and development.  

Apr 07 2014

CORON, Palawan – “You people are smart, you write well. Hope the rest of the country can meet people like you in the government,” an impressed Jim Paredes said pertaining to the participants from the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) Network of Training Centers during the training and tutorials on blogging and photography.

Apr 07 2014

DILIMAN, Quezon City--- "Ating kamtan ang mga pagbabago tungo sa pagpapaunlad ng mga kababaihan at sa kaunlaran ng buong bansa."

This was utterred by Undersecretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat of the Department of Agriculture during the recent symposium held by ATI in commemorating the International Women's Day.  

Apr 04 2014

DILIMAN, Quezon City-- The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI), the extension and training arm of the Department of Agriculture (DA) joined hands with the Social Security System (SSS) in reaching out for the farmers.

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Pat Acosta, A Pioneer in Organic Farming in Benguet (photo by Ben Natividad)

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet - Pat Acosta can be considered a peculiar farmer.

This statement can be a little bit exaggerated but no one can deny that he is one of the pioneers in the emergence of organic agriculture in the province of Benguet. If one examines the methods he uses in his farming it may be as he terms it “going back to the basics of agriculture,” where farming shouldn’t be as complicated as it may seem now. Organic farming according to Acosta can be described as simple farming, no need for chemical fertilizers as well as pesticides and all you need to worry about is the health of your soil.

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