Free Seminar

Filipinos Show Growing Interest in Mango Farming

DILIMAN, Quezon City – The growing interest of more Filipinos in mango farming is bringing in more hope for the industry to meet the increasing domestic and international market demand. This was exhibited recently during the Agricultural Training Institute’s (ATI) Free Seminar on Mango Production and Processing.

Around 300 individuals from as far as SOCCSKSARGEN came and participated in the discussion and demonstrations. They are mostly mango growers, local government employees, students, and private citizens with the desire to engage in mango farming.

Free Seminars at Women in Agriculture Symposium Concluded

DILIMAN, Quezon City — Passionate and knowledgeable — these are what described the resource persons of the Agricultural Training Institute’s simultaneous free seminars today, March 2, 2017. Thus, they shared their expertise and encouraged the participants to undertake businesses in various fields in agriculture and fisheries.

ATI Offers Free Seminars to Celebrate Women in Agriculture

Diliman, Quezon City – To welcome the Women’s Month, six free seminars will be held at the Agricultural Training Institute Central Office (ATI-CO) compound along Elliptical Road on March 2, 2017.

Specifically, these are free seminars on: Virgin Coconut Oil Processing; Vegetable and Fruit Puree Production; Honey Bee Production and Processing; Making Bags and Accessories out of Water Lily; Seaweed Processing; and Herbal Soap Making.

More than 500 Guests Attend Seminar on Mushroom Production Today

DILIMAN, Quezon City – The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI), as the apex of extension services in the Philippines, is continuously expanding its tent in delivering agriculture-related information to its Filipino clientele. Today, February 10, 2017, the ATI is holding its second free seminar for the year on mushroom production at the Rural Development and Education Center (RDEC).

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