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Praise the Gourd

Cucurbitaceae family is the specie with the most food used for human consumption. The most common types are cucumber, bitter gourd, cucumbers and squash which…
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Roots of Energy

Development of root crops became an important aspect because they have a significant part in the cropping system and as they grow well they provide…
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Peas Be With You

Legumes provide many benefits. They have multiple uses. Usually, they are utilized as cover crops and inter-cropped with cereals and other staple foods. The best…
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The Mountain’s Joy

Oregano is a popular herb from the mint family with a scientific name of Organum vulgare that has been a valuable part of both culinary…
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The Frigid Crops

Cole crops or basically known as Brassica are crops that are well adapted to cool season production because they are quite cold resistant. These are…
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How to Prepare Organic Concoctions

This material presented the procedures on how to make the following organic inputs:1. Indigenous Microorganism (IMO)2. Fermented Plant Juice (FPJ)3. Fermented Fruit Juice (FFJ)4. Fermented…
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The Big Leap of Elephant Grass.

Napier is best grown in warm, tropical and subtropical regions. In the Philippines, it has shown itself well adapted to climate and soil. Farmers uses…
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The Philippine National Standard

The Philippine National Standard for Organic Agriculture was initially constructed by the Organic Certification Center of the Philippines (OCCP) and was espoused by the Department…
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The Royal Plant – Basil

Today, basil is one of the most widely-used culinary herbs and one of the most aromatic and recognizable herbs in the world. Basil (Ocimum basilcum)…
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It’s Thyme!

An aromatic herb in the mint family, Thyme (Thymus sp), the herb that is common throughout North America, but originated in the Southern Mediterranean. Experts…
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The Wonders of the Blue Flower

Blue ternate (Clitoria ternatea) is a multi-purpose forage legumes, grown as ornamental plant and as a cover crop. It provides bioactive compounds for medicinal uses…
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The Tomorrow’s Leaf : Ashitaba

Ashitaba is also called “tomorrow’s leaf” because when it is clipped from the Japanese soil, a shiny new bud pops up its head— overnight. Originating…
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House Bill No. 6566

Recognizing the Participatory Guarantee System (PGS) as a form form for certification for labeling organic products amending for the purpose of Republic Act 10068, also…
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House Bill No. 6460

An Act strengthening the implementation of the National Organic Agriculture Program by enhancing regulatory capacity, establishing coordinating offices, augmenting human resource complement and repealing Republic…
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House Bill No. 6042

An Act strengthening sustainable agriculture and enhancing support for small organic farmers, amending for the purpose certain sections of Republic Act 10068 or The Organic…
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House Bill No. 5412

An Act strengthening the implementation of the national organic agriculture program by enhancing regulartory capacity, establishing, coordinating offices, augmenting human resource complement and repealing Republic…
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House Bill 4013

An Act providing for incentives to the manufacturing of organic fertilizers and other purposes.
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House Bill No. 1043

An act that strengthening Sustainable Agriculture and enhancing support for small organic farmers, amending for the purpose certain sections of the Organic Agriculture Act of…
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System of Rice Intensification

The SRI is a climate-smart, agro-ecological methodology for increasing the productivity of rice and more recently other crops by changing the management of plants, soil,…
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