Amidst the nationwide execution of Community Quarantine due to the global threat on health brought by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center XI (ATI-RTC XI), in consonance with the directive of ATI National Director Alfredo S.
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak spreads rapidly across the world, government officials are scrambling to get a handle on what the World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared a pandemic, raising the alert system to Code Red Sublevel 2 in the country.
Twenty-four (24) Agricultural and Biosafety Engineers (ABE) across the region are ready to take on the challenge of becoming health and safety officers of their respective workplaces after having completed the Training on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH).
Farmers are the most affected in terms of vulnerability to climate change, and availabilty of information may not be sufficient for all stakeholders to benefit.
Considered as a healthier alternative to rice because of its low glycemic index, white corn grits are prevalently consumed by those who are health conscious or those with sensitive health conditions like diabetes.
Being true to its mission to provide excellent extension services beyond boundaries, the Agricultural Training Institute- Regional Training Center XI (ATI-RTC XI) continues to extend its programs and services to reach out to Indigenous People (IP) in far-flung areas.
Despite the mainstream use of chemically-infused fertilizers in growing food nowadays, there are still few who believe organic farming is the best way to go, mainly because of its health, environment, and cost efficient benefits.
Panabo City- To harmonize and ensure smooth implementation of the activities of the 4-H Program for this year, the Agricultural Training Institute-XI called for a consultative meeting among 4-H Provincial/City Coordinators and Federation Presidents, and VLAP Consultant on March 11, 2020 at ATI-RTC-XI Mess Hall, Panabo City.
Davao City- To ensure harmonized conduct of various programs and extension activities, the Agricultural Training Institute-XI presented its Work and Financial Plan (WFP) for calendar year 2020 to the Department of Agriculture-XI on March 2, 2020.
With its aim of informing the public, most especially the rice farmers, on the different programs and services they can avail under the Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund (RCEF), the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center XI is set to conduct eight (8) batches of Information Caravan in the region, two (2) batches from each province.