Category: Agri Business

Flower Induction In Durian

“Durian will soon be fruit for all season” Durian has often been described as “a fruit that tastes like heaven but smells like hell”. However, to the ordinary durian consumers who are mostly minimum wage...

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A Profitable Venture from Oregano

To many Filipinos, oregano is well-known as a medicinal herb or even as a condiment to their food. Oregano, plant rich in Vitamin A and C, contains strong antioxidant properties and possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal...

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Anthurium Production Guide

The eye-catching blooms of anthurium are mere modified leaves called spathes. But these spathes are not ordinary because they come in bright colors and are glossy in appearance. A pot of flowering anthurium costs P80...

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Cashew Products For Business

The cashew nut is a popular snack, and its rich flavor means that it is often eaten on its own, lightly salted or sugared. Cashew nuts are sold covered in chocolate, but less often than...

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How To Make Dried Mango Rolls

The Philippine mangoes‘ unequaled sweetness and juiciness make them one of the country’s top food exports. This is why the Department of Science and Technology’s Industrial Technology Development Institute is constantly discovering other possible mango...

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Arrowroot Production Guide

Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea) or “Uraro” is widely cultivated in the Philippines for its starchy rhizomes. It is a low perennial herbaceous plant with thick, fleshy and creeping roots and long white fibers and is a...

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