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Oct 31 2016

At 2050, the world’s population will increase by one-third. Most of these additional 2 billion people will live in developing countries. FAO estimates that agricultural production will have to increase by 60 percent by 2050 to satisfy the expected demands for food and feed. 

Oct 31 2016

Equipping the farmers with the skills in enterpreneurship is necessary especially at a young age. As they say, the earlier, the better. As managers of their own farms, the techniques and skills are important to efficiently deliver the tasks for their own businesses. Thus, the Agricultural Training Institute in Central Luzon conducted a Training on Farming as a Business for 4-H Club Members.

Oct 12 2016

The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) in Central Luzon, together with other national government agencies, attended the Awarding of Seed Capital Fund held by the municipality of Dinalupihan in Bataan through the efforts of Mayor Gila Garcia on October 7, 2016 at Patio Michelle, Dinalupihan, Bataan.

Oct 05 2016

The IRRI initiated project called Nutrient Manager provides farmers with the right kind, amount and timing of application of fertilizer. In partnership with the Department of Agriculture and PhilRice, it is now known as Rice Crop Manager, since management practices were included in the recommendation. 

Following the RCM recommendation, an additional of 400– 500 kg/hectare...

Feature Stories

 
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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