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Domoguen: Can Tabuk rice be saved? Can we do it?
IT IS the source of the best and most expensive rice in the market. That was my earliest recollection of Tabuk City. That was about 50 years ago, and Tabuk was not a city but probably, mostly rice fields. Tabuk City ...
From 555 days ago
Domoguen: To grow garlic and onions in the Cordillera highlands
SOME housewives and other individuals say that they have tried planting garlic and onions in their backyards hereabouts, in the highlands of the Cordillera, with some measure of success. Some of them have posted photos of their accomplishments on Facebook. ...
From 562 days ago
Domoguen: The tree of peace
“Peace will be when you accept it in your heart.” That is a quote from an Iroquois warrior, whose tribe are of the fiercest, warlike, and mercilessly brutal people in the old America, according to records. They are such warriors ...
From 569 days ago
Domoguen: Growing and brewing the best Philippine coffee
THE best part of waking up is to smell the warm flavor of ground coffee. It lingers long in your room until you get up and move on to the dining table where it finds you in a mug, to ...
From 576 days ago
Domoguen: Cordillera farmers join global corn bandwagon
CORN is the “most produced grain in the world.” In 2008, the global annual production for corn was at 822,712,527 tons. The average yield was 5.1 tons hectare, according to the Business Insider, a business site on the web acquired ...
From 590 days ago
Domoguen: Rethinking indigenous agricultural knowledge and practices in the Cordillera
"He who does not know how to look back at where he came from will never get to his destination." – Jose Rizal I READ the book, “The End of Nature,” written by Bill McKibben, in the early 1990s. At that ...
From 618 days ago
Domoguen: Weekend urban home gardening
URBAN home gardening is probably an evolving hobby for me. I work in my limited space during weekends. I like it already. Well, that just defines what urban gardening is for me – a weekend hobby and finding joy in ...
From 645 days ago
Domoguen: Rice scientists moving Golden Rice forward to the market
IN THE first series of this article entitled “The Golden Rice Project in the Philippines,” we noted that Vitamin A Deficiency (VAD) is mainly a third-world problem. VAD is more common in developing countries, where it is often very severe ...
From 744 days ago
Domoguen: The big things are the small things
“Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life – think of it, dream and live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other ...
From 758 days ago
Domoguen: Rethinking the reality of the forest in Cordillera
IT BEGINS in the mind, a thought. We may yet create landscapes with trees but without the forest. Say that is imagination. I wish it is a reality already in the making. The reality is that in spite of our efforts ...
From 765 days ago