Rice buffer stock continues to climb
The country’s rice inventory maintained its upward momentum, rising 21 percent in April, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) said.
Seagrass craft making flourishes in Camarines Sur
From the plain-looking handwoven slippers to embroidered bags and embellished baskets, seagrass craft making in San Fernando, Camarines Sur has grown into a full-blown home-based business, providing additional income to rice farmers in the flood-prone areas.
Senatoriables urged to ensure sustainable fisheries management
The fisheries sector, among the country’s poorest, is urging senatorial aspirants to include sustainable fisheries management as an important policy matter.
The bewitching appeal of Siquijor’s healthy beef
Siquijor, a tiny island province known for its mysterious and bewitching tourist attractions, is yet to be famed for another of its best and finest product — Siquijor beef.
Philippines mangoes ripe to compete anew in global market - DA
The Department of Agriculture (DA) is seeking innovations to keep local mangoes in excellent condition and allow the country to compete once again in the global market.
Rice bran found more expensive than main crop in Central Luzon
Go seeks to ensure country’s food security
Philippines still a top global player in agri-tourism
Improved logistics network for NFA urged
Senior high students transform coco coir into fashion items
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