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Balanced Fertilization Cuts Fertilizer Costs By P2-4K – Experts

A nutrient management expert from DA-Philippine Rice Research Institute said that farmers must maximize the benefits of natural sources of nutrients.

Lakbay Palay Highlights Balanced Fertilization

Amidst the rising price of fertilizer in the country, the Department of Agriculture-Philippine Rice Research Institute will promote the use of balanced fertilizer during this dry season Lakbay Palay, April 6-7.

More Income In Less Space Through Vertical Gardening

The Department of Agriculture-Philippine Rice Research Institute's Palayamanan farm demonstrated how incorporating a vertical garden within a rice-based farming system can increase streams of income.

Rice Paddy Art Honors Filipino Farmers

In recognition of the Filipino farmers’ achievement in 2021, the record high palay output is showcased in this year’s dry season paddy art at the Department of Agriculture-Philippine Rice Research Institute’s Future Rice Farm in Nueva Ecija.

New Rice Varieties Approved For Commercial Release

Fifteen new inbred varieties of rice will be introduced to farmers through techno-demo farms under the various extension programs of DA-PhilRice and its branch stations.

PH Reaches New Record-High Palay Output

Rice farmers had produced almost 20 million metric tons of palay in 2021, hitting an all-time high record, based on data released on Wednesday by the Philippine Statistics Authority.

Davao Farmers Learn To Produce Hybrid Seeds

21 seed growers from Davao del Sur are undertaking a season-long training on hybrid rice seed production in order to increase access to hybrid rice seeds in Mindanao.

Nueva Ecija: First Province To Enact Ordinance On Truthful Labeling Of Rice

Nueva Ecija province is the first to enact an ordinance on the truthful labeling of rice in the country.

Lunar Cycle Affects Rice Black Bug; Expert Advises Rice Farmers

Rice producers have been warned of a swarm of rice black bugs that might wreak havoc on their crops.

Nueva Ecija Farmers Now Agripreneurs Thru PAG-AHON Project

Farmers in Nueva Ecija are now reaping the fruit of their labor.

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