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Nov 24 2015

BALER, Aurora.  Corn promises a great potential for farmers in Aurora.  Diverse landscape, suitable weather conditions and diligent farmers, the province has what it takes to go for extensive corn production.

To hasten delivery of technologies that could address the climate change issues, the  “Ang Corn Ninyo: School-on-the-Air (SOA) on Corn Technology was finally...

Aug 21 2015

Children, nowadays, cannot identify crops or plants without seeing their fruits. Alarmed, Ms. Cythnia Tizon, an organic farmer, saw herself as an instrument to expose them in her farm. 

With this, they will be well acquainted with various crops. Aside from familiarizing them with the crops, Tizon will also have the chance to share her love for organic agriculture.

Aug 21 2015

Is there really equality in the workplace?

The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) in Central Luzon is taking the first step in mainstreaming gender equality in the work setting. 

The Center conducted Gender-Based Effectiveness Skills Training (GBEST) for its 29 employees and 13 4-H club members.

It hopes to inform the participants with the current Philippine gender...

Aug 20 2015

“We now see farming as an enterprise, not just for sustenance but for income and profit.  With the government support, we know we can do it.”

This is what Soledad Dizon, President of the Iba FBS Class 2015, said to inspire and challenge her co- participants in the Farm Business School (FBS).

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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....