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Apr 21 2014

The Magsasaka Siyentista (MS) from the whole of Luzon will soon meet and  share their  skills and expertise on farm production,  management and marketing.  This will be during the  Islandwide MS Congress scheduled on June 17-19, 2014 at Stotsenberg Hotel, Clark Freeport.                

Apr 16 2014

Mariel Bautista of Region III, now belongs to the region’s pool of Rice TOT Graduates.
She attended the National Training of Trainers (TOT) on Upland Rice-Based Integrated Farming System conducted in Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center II, Malasin Center, San Mateo, Isabela on November 18, 2013 until April 7, 2014.
A total of 31 graduated from the TOT composed...

Apr 09 2014

It’s about time, their stories should be told.  Farmers, extension workers and even ordinary people have a story of their own, a story of success, of inspiration.

“Let’s disseminate what ATI is doing, in terms of the success stories of our clients.  This time around, we are emphasizing human interest stories, your personal experiences on the success stories...

Feb 11 2014

MUNOZ, Nueva Ecija. A second batch of the training course on mechanized rice transplanting will again be conducted by PhilSCAT with the Agricultural Training Institute providing funds for it. This activity is in response to the need to provide the necessary and appropriate orientation and skills to the increasing number of farmers becoming interested on mechanical rice transplanting technique...

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Khap Khun Kap! The first Tai words that I learned before going to Thailand which means Thank You.... I still remember how excited I was when my professor at TCA told us about attending an International Symposium in January of 2012. I know this issue is already a history but still, I want to impart some of our remarkable encounters in the Kingdom Thailand, formerly known as Siam....

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