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ATI REGION 6 EMPOWERS ITS “EXTENSION PARTNERS” THROUGH TGP PLANNING WORKSHOP

WESTERN, Visayas — “Being able to participate in this planning workshop is a great help in the development of our Farmers' Information and Technology Services (FITS) Center. I have learned to access the e-Learning which I can also share with our on-the-job trainees, farmers, fisherfolks, and students in our municipality.

FIRST COMMODITY-BASED TRAINING WITH CPD POINTS HELD

BANGA, Aklan – First commodity-based training of ATI Region 6 that earned Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) was successfully held at Aklan State University Conference Hall last April 5-7, 2022 with 21 participants composed of Agricultural Extension Workers (AEWs) and Learning Site Cooperators from the provinces of Aklan, Antique,

EMPOWERING SEED GROWERS: THE ECONOMY’S REAL FRONTLINERS

MANDURRIAO, Iloilo City – “If we look into the picture of all the farmers that are contributing in terms of food sufficiency, we are part of it. We are being prepared through this training because the country needs a good quality of seed and production. We are helping the national vision of the Department of Agriculture. Thank you so much for this opportunity,” said Warlito G.

OA PROGRAM RETURNS ON-AIR WITH SOA ON WASTE MANAGEMENT

KALIBO, Aklan – ATI Region 6’s Organic Agriculture program launches this year’s School-on-the-Air (SOA) via live broadcast in RMN DYKR Kalibo last April 9, 2022, with a focus on Waste Management and Organic Fertilizer Production through Vermicomposting and Standards. Flor Mortalla, Information Officer II/OA Focal Person, anchors the program.

CAPIZNON RICE FARMERS ARE TOWARDS A MORE PRODUCTIVE AND PROFITABLE FARMING THROUGH RCM

SAPIAN, Capiz - "I learned a lot, especially on how we can save in using fertilizers, and it is not supposed to mix with other fertilizers. Now, we learned the right source of fertilizer to be applied, we can lessen our expenses, especially now that we have higher expenses than our yield and income.

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