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Domoguen: Follow and catch your rabbit, then successfully grow them
“He who chases two rabbits catches none.” –ConfuciusIT DOES not take much to grow rabbits.All you need is a little space and a shed to grow your herd, according to Mr. Ballud Prudencio.He hastens to add that rabbit meat is ...
From 732 days ago
Domoguen: Growing mushrooms all year round
IT IS out of sync talking about mushrooms in the month of February. People would rather talk about roses or flowers, and going out on a date - ‘tis the month of love.Besides, the season for mushrooms, as we have ...
From 740 days ago
Domoguen: Profitable farming ventures in the highlands
WHEN it comes to agriculture, the land is a limiting factor in rugged regions, with towering mountain peaks.Along the gentle mountain slopes, plateaus, and valley bottoms, agriculture competes with housing, industries, businesses, and services like road infrastructures, schools, hospitals, among ...
From 747 days ago
Domoguen: Resilient farmers produce quality food for nation’s dining tables
WE WERE like “Botatews,” moving from place to place in the mountains, with our light illuminating through the darkness.“Botatews,” are mysterious lights parading in the forest, where there are no human trails.According to old folks in Mountain Province, the “Botatews” ...
From 754 days ago
Domoguen: Communicating, promoting agri dev’t in Cordillera
I WRITE this article recalling Dr. Bong Bolo’s invitation for me to return to the Cordillera to help promote the interests of highland agriculture.We were both working at the Bureau of Agricultural Research (BAR) then. Dr. Bolo was a consultant ...
From 761 days ago
Domoguen: Spare the innocent, my argument ad hominem, vegetable market glut
THE man on the other side of the globe seems to know my world better than I do. He was not friendly. He was not interested really to hear my answers to his questions but to land his verbal blows ...
From 768 days ago
Domoguen: Our blind spot
YOU go through a hell of a time that can knock down the carabao in you at any given moment. You pray to God for sustenance and strength.You stay on even if you are overwhelmed by the people and their ...
From 775 days ago
Domoguen: Why I Write
WRITING is one of the oldest professions and many greater and excellent souls have penned insightful and inspiring articles about why they write.It is too far for me to rank myself among the best but being a writer of some ...
From 782 days ago
Domoguen: Seeing the end of rice terraces farming…
IN 2001, I liked hiking the 6-plus kilometer stretch of the Tucocan to Bontoc portion of the Tabuk-Bontoc National Road.It was a form of exercise for me, after living in the city for decades. The air was fresh and the ...
From 791 days ago
Domoguen: Rethinking agriculture in the Cordillera highlands
THE practice of agroforestry in the Cordillera began with rice terraces farming if you ask me.The old practice of having the rice terraces irrigated throughout the year can also be viewed as highland aquaforestry.I talk about indigenous highland rice terraces ...
From 797 days ago