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Domoguen: Sayote, pinikpikan, and etag
THE chayote has come a long way from a poor man's crop, and/or vegetable growing wild in a space where its fruits and young shoots are harvested by anyone who is in need.The crop has, through the years, become an ...
From 193 days ago
Domoguen: 'I am just passing through'
BEING an outsider most days of your life, because you do not belong, you are of different size, texture, color, tribe, or you cannot dance to the common tune, is lonely.You are lost to your world and uncommitted to anything ...
From 200 days ago
Domoguen: Dances in the rain
BEGINNING June 29, 2020, I will start holding office at the Baguio Animal Breeding and Research Center (BABRC) of the Department of Agriculture-CAR, as the facility's OIC-Center head.The BABRC office is located in Purok 1, Dontogan, Baguio City.In earlier times, ...
From 207 days ago
Domoguen: Hydroponic farming, the way forward for highland agriculture
NINE large greenhouses were constructed at the Bureau of Plant Industry (BPI) and Department of Agriculture (DA) regional office compound in Guisad, Baguio City last CY 2018.These are not ordinary greenhouses. Built-in partnership with the South Korean government through the ...
From 221 days ago
Domoguen: Dairy cattle farming in the Cordillera highlands
DAIRY cattle farming in the Cordillera highlands is old news.A long time ago, we have heard experts say that the weather hereabouts is suited to dairying.The proposition to make dairying a major industry in the Cordillera has yet to see ...
From 228 days ago
Domoguen: The pursuit of agricultural clustering and consolidation
THERE are eight paradigms that Agriculture Secretary Dr. William Dar is building on to level up Philippine agriculture as a means to achieve food security with prosperous farmers and fisherfolk.The eight paradigms are Modernization of agriculture; Industrialization of agriculture; Promotion ...
From 235 days ago
Domoguen: The benefits of home gardening
GARDENING is for everybody except the faint-hearted.I reaffirm that today after evaluating my home pot gardening activities, expanding as I did from one corner of the house to the other. Both sides, which is the only site available for my ...
From 242 days ago
Domoguen: Cooperativism in agricultural production and marketing
THE early Chinese migrants to the Cordillera started the vegetable industry along the Mountain Trail, which is now part of the Halsema Highway.The highway starts from La Trinidad, Benguet climbing up towards Atok before snaking down to the interior municipalities ...
From 249 days ago
Domoguen: Turning problems into opportunities
FARMERS are experiencing issues every day. That has become apparent to me lately as I tried to grow vegetables in pots.As an urban gardener, I wanted to expand my enterprise from growing a few strawberries to vegetables.I faced problems in ...
From 256 days ago
Domoguen: Mobilizing cooperatives as lending conduits of government credit for farmers
DISASTERS and epidemics are not good for agriculture.Disasters cause production loss and destroy infrastructure and critical assets like machinery, equipment, production areas, storage areas, roads, and others like homes.Epidemics can change agricultural trade flows, and cause losses both for the ...
From 263 days ago