Daily Archives: May 14, 2019

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Pambansang Kongreso sa Katutubong Wika 2019)

Ang Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino sa pakikipagtulungan sa La Consolacion College Bacolod ay magsasagawa ng Pambansang Kongreso sa Katutubong Wika na gaganapin sa SMX Convention Center, Lungsod Bacolod, Negros Occidental mula 19–21 Agosto 2019.Ang Kongreso ay tumutugon sa pagpapalaganap at … Continue reading

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Seagrass craft making flourishes in Camarines Sur by Rena S. Hermoso

From the plain-looking handwoven slippers to embroidered bags and embellished baskets, the seagrass craft making in San Fernando, Camarines Sur has upscaled into a full-blown home-based business industry enterprise providing additional income to rice farmers in the flood-prone areas. According to … Continue reading

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Achieving quality coffee through postharvest technology system by Leoveliza C. Fontanil

Coffee is one important drink that Filipinos are familiar with. Studies have shown that today’s demand for coffee is increasing by 2.4 percent every year. It is projected to rise in the coming years, as more and more Filipinos drink … Continue reading

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Safeguarding traditional rice varieties in the Ilocos region by Daryl Lou A. Battad

 Rice, the Philippines’ main crop and staple, has abounding varietal diversity that can be traced from the country’s rich heritage. However, in a constantly changing and modernizing of agriculture, traditional varieties are often put on the sidelines, and worse, eventually … Continue reading

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Protocol for organic okra production developed by Patrick Raymund A. Lesaca

Okra, (Hibiscus esculentus) also known as lady’s finger, is an important vegetable crop in the country. Its demand is increasing mainly due to food and medicinal uses, and non-food essentials. Beside the local market, okra is grown as a fresh and … Continue reading

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Beefing up Siquijor’s healthy beef by Rita T. dela Cruz

Siquijor, a tiny island province known for its mysterious and bewitching tourist attractions, is yet to be famed for another of its best and finest product — Siquijor beef. Nestled between the Visayas and Mindanao group of islands, Siquijor ranks … Continue reading

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Indigenous plants: Safe alternative to artificial food color by Rita T. dela Cruz

Color plays an important role in our food preference. It can predetermine how we perceive the taste and flavor of what we’re about to eat. In fresh foods, we rely on the color to determine their level of ripeness or … Continue reading

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