Category: Agri Business

09
Feb
2020

Biotechnology Unveiled: Plant Tissue Culture

The technique which we are going to discuss is very important and useful. It is related to the agriculture or plant biotechnology. If you are a student of bio technology and you share the same passion for plantar biotechnology as me, then this article would be a fascinating read for...

09
Feb
2020

Growing Money On Trees

Growing Money On Trees. Benefits from trees. The study showed the potential of TCLUS system where farmers can get income from corn while waiting for trees to grow.

07
Feb
2020

Vinegar: An Effective Herbicide For Organic Farming

Vinegar is part of every household’s kitchen but did you know that this sour-tasting liquid is an effective herbicide for organic farming? This is the major finding of a study conducted by Jay Radhakrishnan, John Teasdale and Ben Coffman, researchers from the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), the principal scientific research...

05
Feb
2020

Violet sweetness: Ubi’s full potentials uncovered

In the provinces, “ubi” or purple yam is consumed as boiled root crop and as an ingredient to local dishes and sweets. Today, this root crop is also gaining popularity as flavoring and ingredient to a wide array of food products – from ice cream to cakes to candies to...

05
Feb
2020

Bio-organic Fertilizer from Sweet Sorghum Residues

Who would have thought that farmers can still extract profit from residues? An innovative, environment-friendly technology to convert sweet sorghum bagasse into bio-organic fertilizer has been developed by researchers from the Bicol Integrated Agricultural Research (BIARC). Bio-organic fertilizer is compost from any organic material that has undergone rapid decomposition through...

04
Feb
2020

Amazing Facts About Coconut Oil

The tree of life has undoubtedly invaded even the medical community. From its long-time tag as an export winner crop, coconut, particularly its oil, is now regarded by medical experts worldwide as a powerful tool against dreaded viral diseases such as Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), herpes, and Severe Acute...

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25
Jan
2020

Promoting the less-known, phytochemical-rich Pinoy fruits

Most young people nowadays are familiar with apples, grapes, plums, peaches, cherries, or pears. These are fruits that the Philippines imports from other countries because they only grow in cold climates. Meanwhile, indigenous fruits like anang, sapote, yambo, sapinit, katmon, kalumpit, lipote, binukaw, or paratungon are often given the boggled...

13
Jan
2020

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 earners, the “hell” pact is not the smell but rather the price,especially during the off-season,...