Monday July 16, 2018
CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Robert L. Domoguen
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Domoguen: Selling Cordillera coffee as regional champion commodity
IN 2016, Fortune Magazine reported that the global demand for coffee was growing, and Americans were leading the way. The report showed that “US coffee drinkers are consuming more of the brew than ever, sending global coffee consumption to an all-time ...
From 119 days ago
Domoguen: Managing and controlling rats as agricultural pests
THERE are field rats that taste like chicken. There are rats that fly, like the Palawan flying squirrel. I am not joking, neither am I nuts for saying that some rats taste like chicken. I tasted barbecued rats myself in ...
From 132 days ago
Domoguen: Waging wars on crop pests and diseases
BY EXPERIENCE, farmers know that major outbreaks of pests and diseases are infrequent. The question is when these outbreaks occur do the farmers and stakeholders know what to do? Otherwise, the farmers lose their crop. When local farmers lose their crop ...
From 140 days ago
Domoguen: Denying the quest for autonomy in the Cordillera (ARC)
“WHY do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?” (Mat 7:3 NIV) That is not only insightful. It tells us exactly what we are – ...
From 147 days ago
Domoguen: CAR’s dedicated small farmers sustain corn farming and veggie food production
I DID not exactly comprehend what he was so excited about, as he led the way to where the farmers were gathered. “If there is such a thing as heirloom rice, there is also heirloom corn in the Cordillera,” he ...
From 168 days ago
Domoguen: Marching ahead with the quest for an ARC
DOES it seem odd to be talking about the autonomy quest in the Cordillera this time of the year, when everybody is just about looking for the good things, with this topic besides? Well, if it is an advertisement I am ...
From 174 days ago
Domoguen: Heirloom rice as an economic enterprise for our rice terraces farmers
I FOLLOWED Nandi Dumapi Ayahao’s engaging post, last week, at the Ifugao Cyberspace Watchdog Facebook account on tourism as the best livelihood asset of Ifugao. The asset referred to here is the rice terraces, of course. But in Ifugao, as elsewhere ...
From 189 days ago
Domoguen: A simple wish for the Cordillera agriculture sector in 2018
A TRAVEL to the interior of the region always gives me a reading of how our mountain environment is faring in the midst of all forms of development that are occurring in the land. Actually, many of the topics I ...
From 195 days ago
Domoguen: Stocktaking or just living?
STOCKTAKING is a discipline in business and government that we all need to learn. At the end of the year, businessmen and government operatives just have to know what they have got, to move ...
From 201 days ago
Domoguen: 'Nangayeng Kami:' We joined the elders in chanting the 'Ayeng'
“NANGAYENG kami.” That was how my father-in-law responded to a query from the family during breakfast on why we came home late last night (yesterday, Saturday.) In English, the phrase means, “we joined the community elders in chanting the 'Ayeng' for the ...
From 224 days ago