PE Teacher Makes P12,000 A Week From Hydroponics As A Sideline

PE Teacher Makes P12,000 A Week From Hydroponics As A Sideline

A 30-year-old Physical Education instructor in a private school is making a good sideline income by growing lettuce the SNAP hydroponics way in a rented idle lot in Antipolo City owned by the subdivision where he lives. The fellow is Julius Carl Gerona who learned how grow lettuce the SNAP  […]

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EDWARD UY OF DUMAGUETE: Businessman Who Loves Exotic Fruit Trees

We recently received photos of his farm harvest from Edward Uy, 60, a businessman from Dumaguete City who loves to grow exotic fruit trees. He has two farms with a total area of 3.4 hectares planted to his favorite fruits like durian, pomelo, rambutan, sweet balimbing, Longkong lanzones, guyabano and […]

Two Brave Medics Develop A Challenging Mountain Farm

Two brave medical doctors are developing a challenging mountain farmland in Talugtog, Talavera, Nueva Ecija. Challenging because it is up there in the upland where water is available in some parts only during the rainy season. During the dry months, the area is really dry and the cogon grass is […]

IPs Trained On Bamboo Craft

IPs Trained On Bamboo Craft

The Forest Products Research and Development Institute (FPRDI) based in Los Baños, Laguna, is intensifying its technology assistance to Indigenous Peoples. It has recently held trainings in bamboo craft  among IPs in Palawan and Mindanao. On July 18-20 2017, FPRDI conducted a lecture-demonstration on some bamboo processing technologies for Batak […]

WOOD VINEGAR: Very Important In Organic Farming

Ask Jefferson Laruan, a very successful organic farmer, and he will tell you that wood vinegar is very important in organic farming. He and his wife Elisa are the owners of the Lily Valley Organic Farm in La Trinidad, Benguet. Wood vinegar or Mokusako is the liquid that is collected […]

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