ALLIED BOTANICAL: Its Research Farm In Tayug, Pangasinan, Accredited As Agritourism Destination

ALLIED BOTANICAL: Its Research Farm In Tayug, Pangasinan, Accredited As Agritourism Destination

The Allied Botanical Corporation’s Research & Development farm in Tayug, Pangasinan has been accredited as a “Day  Farm” agritourism destination by the Department of Tourism Region 1.

ALLIED BOTANICAL: Its Research Farm In Tayug, Pangasinan, Accredited As Agritourism Destination
Visitors at Allied Botanical during a previous open house in Tayug, Pangasinan.
ALLIED BOTANICAL: Its Research Farm In Tayug, Pangasinan, Accredited As Agritourism Destination
Your blogger, Zac B. Sarian, showing a fruitful Clarabel sweet pepper at the Tayug experiment station of Allied Botanical. Visitors will see a lot of other beautifully growing high-value crops.

As a new project, the company is launching starting February 17, 2017 up to April 2017 what it calls Agritourism Open Days. During this period,  Allied Agro Tech Inc. (AATI), a division of the R&D farm, will be opening  the place to the public so visitors can experience what it calls “a-MAZE-ing sunflower and enjoy picking  refreshing melons and watermelons, sweet pepper to hottest chilli pepper, Bahay Kubo vegetables and many more.”

ALLIED BOTANICAL: Its Research Farm In Tayug, Pangasinan, Accredited As Agritourism Destination
Sunflowers are a big attraction to Allied Botanical visitors in its experimental farm in Tayug, Pangasinan.

Visitors will be charged an entrance fee of P100 each, with senior citizens, school children and PWDs enjoying 20 percent discount.

Aside from ornamental flowers, the visitors will see for themselves a wide range of vegetables, both hybrids and open pollinated. These include various high-yielding sweet and hot peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, ampalaya, cucumber, lowland cabbage, cauliflower, sitao, okra, squash, upo and high value crops like sweet corn, melons and watermelons, sorghum and others.

ALLIED BOTANICAL: Its Research Farm In Tayug, Pangasinan, Accredited As Agritourism Destination
Luscious watermelons await visitors to Allied Botanical’s Day Farm agritourism starting February 17, 2017.
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