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AGRITRENDS: There’s money in growing jackfruit

“The world has always been like this: one man feasts on the jackfruit and the other gets stuck in the sap,” says a familiar saying.  Another...

Seagrasses can help mitigate climate change

The Philippine may help mitigate climate change by sequestering significant pollutant carbon dioxide from fossil fuel-run vehicles.  This can be done by tapping its...

AGRITRENDS: Bamboo can help mitigate climate change

A bike with a frame made out of bamboo has become an attraction at Ugong Rock in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. Aptly called the Bamboo Zip...

AGRITRENDS: THERE’S MONEY IN GROWING JACKFRUIT

“The world has always been like this: one man feasts on the jackfruit and the other gets stuck in the sap,” says a familiar saying.  Another...

GROWING RICE THE ORGANIC WAY

Additional Photos courtesy of PCARRD Mention Bohol and what comes to mind are the 1,776 Chocolate Hills spread over an area of more than 50...

AGRITRENDS: Some like it hotter!

Chili or hot peppers – or “siling labuyo” – get their kick from a phytonutrient called capsaicin located in the inside wall of the...

AGRITRENDS: Understanding African swine fever

“The strong growth in demand for pork has the potential to increase income opportunities and alleviate poverty among rural and agricultural households in the...

AGRITRENDS: AQUACULTURE NOW MAKING WAVES

With fish fast disappearing from food tables, there is no better way but to develop the country’s coastal and oceanic aquaculture for food security...

AGRITRENDS: Multipurpose uses of jackfruit rediscovered

“The world has always been like this: one man feasts on the jackfruit and the other gets stuck in the sap,” says a familiar...

AGRITRENDS: AQUACULTURE: ANSWER TO DWINDLING FISH SUPPLY

From the objectivity of space, the earth is overwhelmingly composed of water.  Land appears almost as an afterthought. “Oceans cover nearly 71% of the earth’s...

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