Pangasinan town prepares for January 26 Pakwan Festival
This town -- home of the sweetest, reddest and juiciest watermelons in the country -- will hold its Pakwan Festival on Jan. 26, the biggest ever since its inception six years ago, in a bid to further boost agriculture and local tourism.
River dredging, tree farming seen as solutions to flooding
The Department of Agriculture is pushing for the dredging of rivers and intensified tree farming to address the problem of severe flooding during typhoons that affects the local farm sector.
First monolithic dome rising in Cagayan Valley
The Department of Agriculture is set to operate the first monolithic dome in the country that will serve both as a warehouse for farm commodities and evacuation center in times of typhoons.
Craving for goat meat? Take this on-the-go
Filipinos have impeccable taste and it shows even to the simplest “pulutan.” In an occasion where eating isn’t even the main activity, the food still has to be delicious.
Marinduque cashes in on buntal fiber weaving
Marinduque is an island located at the geographical center of the country.
Bountiful onion harvest in Pangasinan next year
Government vows stronger crackdown on illegal fishing
Early maturing varieties recommended for dry season
SM Group joins DTI’s cheap rice program
Banana firms mull corporate rice farming
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