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ATI XII grabs Most Energetic Contingent in T’nalak Festival Thematic Parade

South Cotabato has been the home of Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) in Region XII. July is South Cotabato Province’s celebration of the foundation anniversary dubbed as T’nalak Festival.

Upi farmers braving the challenges towards a healthy community

When the term “Organic farming” or “Natural farming” is uttered, many farmers associate the term to “low income”. When many has set their minds in that line of thinking, potential organic converts are influenced and return to their traditional way of farming in which chemicals are used in growing food.
In Upi, Maguindanao, farmers braved the criticism and challenges in growing naturally grown food. Farmers defied the majority and took their first step toward a healthy food for their family and community.

Achieving a Healthy Life thru Herbs : Lanao del Sur farmers to grow Herbs for Processing and Utilization

Herbs are popularly used in adding fragrance, flavor, and nutrient value to food in culinary dishes. Though herbs were utilized for medicine and remedies during the ancient times, herbal medicines are slowly gaining back its popularity. With the rise of herbal medicine consumers, the production rate of herbs is not high enough to be able to provide to all.

From Selfie to High Impact Photos : FITS Staff in SOX shares Information through Photos

We are at an age where information is as crucial as our daily basic needs. Information can either destroy or enhance one’s life.

Classroom at the Farm Setup for Farmers of Upi, Maguindanao

Organic Farming has steadily spreading across the country just a few years since R.A. 10068 was enacted. Organically grown products are in high demand today as more people are selecting healthy food rather than food rich in chemicals.
In Upi, Maguindanao, a Farmers' Field School (FFS) on organic vegetable was conducted in partnership of Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) XII and the Local Government Unit of the said municipality.

Shining Brighter than Pearl: ATI celebrates its 30th Foundation Anniversary

Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) is now 30 years old. Growing as an organization does not come easy. Like many other organization ATI itself has its share of struggle and challenges. Though ATI has endured the countless hardships through the years as it continue to move forward in the realization of quality delivery extension service to all its clientele.

Onwards to Digitalization: ATI XII Courseware Developers in Online Course Authoring

In an age where netizens both young and old hunger for new contents almost daily, relevant and engaging information should be readily available at all times. To somehow quench their thirst for information and educate them as well at the same time, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) is keen on delivering relevant online courses to all Filipinos as part of its mandate to reach out as many sector of the society.

Strawberry Goodness in SOX, Worth the Wait!

Mindanao has vast diverse agricultural products. There is huge economic potential in strawberry production, but one of the challenge of growing strawberry is that it thrives in cold climate.
To boost Farm Tourism initiatives in Cotabato province, especially in Strawberry demonstration farm being established in Makilala and Alamada, the Provincial Government of Cotabato specifically requested a training on strawberry production.

Raw data to packaged information: ATI XII creates content for online course

Creation of content in a blog just needs the right amount of imagination. To tell stories based on first-hand experience or experience of others, one must use the powers of the mind to create them.
Online course, specifically technical courses in agriculture, not only needs imagination of the author but supported by the facts of experts on a selected topic.

Moving on : ATI XII prepares for 2nd Semester of 2016

Every organization needs time to evaluate past activities. This is to improve its services and enhance the quality of interventions in order to reach the organization's objectives.


Six months have flown by and with it are the multitude of activities by Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) XII delivered to its clienteles. To evaluate itself how it fare for the 1st semester, a Mid-year review was initiated by the management wherein all activities were evaluated and assessed in order to know where we fail and do best in our extension activities. 


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