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20.6 Tons Per Hectare Corn In Tarlac, Dried to 13.5 Moisture Content

Unloading the shelled corn grains from the
multi-crop harvester, March 21, 2014, in
the farm of Juanito Rama, San Manuel, Tarlac

A model farmer in Brgy. 777 more words


1,500 Rooted Cuttings From 100 Cherry Tomato Seedlings


Rolando Benosa of Sison, Pangasinan has a way of cutting the cost of planting materials for his cherry tomatoes. This is by rooting cuttings for planting. 456 more words


Simple Way To Prepare IMO, Pat Acosta Style

PAT ACOSTA, the Gawad Saka Organic Farmer of 2010, has a very simple way of preparing his IMO (indigenous microorganism) that he uses to hasten decomposition of his shredded grass. 313 more words

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DENNIS PESIGAN - Fisherman Turned High-Value Crops Farmer

Dennis Pesigan holding a fruit of
 Red Royale papaya.

DENNIS PESIGAN used to be a fisherman in San Juan, Batangas but gave that up about 7 years ago to become a full time grower of high-value crops like papaya, ampalaya and hot peppers.  167 more words


Power Combo Almost Doubles Sugarcane Yield

Results of the latest experiment conducted in Hacienda Luisita reveals that Power Grower Combo, a special fertilizer formulation, can almost double the yield of sugarcane. 520 more words

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COMPASS - A High-Yielding Bell Pepper For the Highlands

Compass bell pepper can produce an
average of three kilos per plant.

COMPASS is the name of a promising variety of bell pepper being introduced for high-elevation planting under rain shelter. 202 more words


Honey Mandarin For Container Planting

Zac B. Sarian and a fruitful 
Honey Mandarin.

ONE citrus variety that is a very good candidate for planting in containers is the Honey mandarin. It grows well in the upland as well as in the lowland, like most other citrus varieties. 101 more words