April 30, 2007 at 1:37 PM #52982
Maray na aldaw tabi sa gabus! kumusta mga pananum nindo sana matalubo asin namumunga na ning husto ! 😉
Ay Manay Rose nailing ko tabi itong “Hardin ni Duday”…ay sus na gayun…mga matubangon baga itong gulayon….preskohun pag ilingon, so mga orchids pa ni Mama mo pwertehon pamurak,,,very beautiful!
Around here naman sako…buruhay na so green beans na tig tanum ko,,,meron din akong okra, mga kamatis ,lemon tree,apple tree,avocado at 10 klaseng herbs,,,aside from that nabuhay na so tig tanum kong ‘linsa/tangoy’….hayyy its really beautiful early in the morning na maheling mo na nag tataralubo sinda; ay igwa pa palan akong eggplant…ma add akong sitaw din–I’m going to try –hopefully, ta yung green beans ko ngani buhay na!
Happy planting sa gabus !
April 30, 2007 at 2:39 AM #52933
mabalos po, ka robert.
April 30, 2007 at 2:36 AM #52932
Ay maray pa si Manay Rose nakaoli na naman sa Tabaco. Ako lugod na anion sana dai nalulugaran magbiyahe pa-Bicol…
Therapeutic baga iyan na pagtanom ki mga masetas, apisar nag-enjoy pa an mata ta maghiling-hiling….
April 29, 2007 at 8:50 PM #52899
One of the reasons why I really enjoyed my last holiday is seeing the garden of my mother in my place in Tabaco City. I was overwhelmed when I saw the changes in my place, knowing that it was just almost 3 months since I last left Tabaco after the typhoon. I was like a child enjoying the beauty of the greeneries and blooms of my mother’s garden [check my album: Hardin ni Doday]. I can’t resist to wake up 5 am in the morning while I was in Tabaco, just to check which flower in my mother’s garden started to bloom. It also gave a great enjoyment when every morning we have to harvest vegetables in her vegetable garden. Flowers and greens really make a big difference in the environment. I encourage everyone to have a garden [big or small in their own backyard, it will not only provide tranquility but also will save you money of buying vegetables from the market, aside from the fact that you will be eating veggies straight from the garden.
April 29, 2007 at 8:32 PM #52898
Good am lil’boyblu! Kun kaipuhan mo tabi an mga pananom sa saimong lugar, makihumapot ka tabi sa harani nindong Agriculture office sa lugar nindo (Municipal o Provincial Agriculture Office) tapos saibhon mo tabi an mga problema mo sa agrikultura para matabangan ka…salamat…
April 24, 2007 at 11:02 PM #52532
kung si isay man po tabi an pwedeng makapagtao nin maitatanom na kalungay na yaon sana digdi sa satuyang rehyon. igua po akong proyekto na nangangaipuhan nin awad-awad na dahon asin bunga nin kalungay. kaipuhan ko po na matanoman an limang hektaryang solar nin kalungay.
April 24, 2007 at 5:33 PM #52517
BPI says questioned GMO corn passed stringent tests
(Mar 30, 2007)
The Bureau of Plant Industry (BPI) yesterday clarified that the strictest tests and most stringent standards were applied by authorities on the genetically-modified organism (GMOs) Corn MON863 before it was approved for entry and cultivation in the Philippines.BPI said in a statement that it approved the GMO “for direct use as food or feed and for processing on October 7, 2003 based on a stringent regulatory process and compliance of the applicant on the terms and conditions set forth under Department of Agriculture (DA) Administrative Order No. 8, Series of 2002.”Joel Rudinas, BPI officer-in-charge (OIC) director, said that contrary to fears raised by the international environmental watchdog Greenpeace in an article that appeared in the Bulletin last March 22, “the safety assessments were conducted based on the context of international agreements like the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, Codex Alimentarius and International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC).”In addition, stressed Rudinas, “Corn MON863 has undergone a process of scientific and technical assessment. Under DA AO8, the scientific evidence on the safety of the Corn MON863 was examined thoroughly by an independent team of the Scientific and Technical Review Panel (STRP) and parallel examination done by technical personnel of the Bureau of Agriculture, Fisheries and Product Standards (BAFPS) for food safety and the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) for feed safety.”Earlier, Greenpeace claimed that the corn strain showed signs of toxicity based on a study undertaken by a panel of three independent scientists in France. The study, argued Greenpeace, showed that laboratory rats fed with the GMO corn Monsanto (MON) 863 YieldGard Rootworm displayed kidney and liver toxicity.MON 863 is corn genetically manipulated to produce its own insecticide called “modified Cry3Bb1” to kill rootworm insects in the soil, and contains gene coding for antibiotic resistance.Rudinas said “the evaluation is rigorous and the BPI and its partner-institutions ensure that only genetically-modified crops that have been well studied and found safe to human and animal health are allowed into our food supply and into our environment.”Given these processes, the BPI director said “the DA upholds the permit for Corn MON863, which allows the importation of the regulated article for direct use as food, feed and for processing. The department, however, shall revisit the risk assessment for Corn MON863 if new data provide that the risks have changed.”Moreover, Rubinas added, “the DA and its regulatory agencies will continue to monitor all GM crops and products that have been granted commercial approval to ensure that there are no significant risks to human and animal health and the environment.”Entitled “New Analysis of a Rat Feeding Study with a Genetically Modified Maize Reveals Signs of Hepatorenal Toxicity,” the study was published in the scientific journal “Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.”The study analyzed results of safety tests submitted by Monsanto to the European Commission (EC) when the company was seeking authorization to market MON 863 in the European Union.The data shows that significant health risks were associated with the GMO corn. Still, EC granted licenses to market MON 863 for consumption by both humans and animals. The incriminating data was obtained by Greenpeace following a court case, and was passed on for evaluation by a team of experts headed by Prof. Gilles Eric Séralini, a governmental expert in genetic-engineering from the University of Caen in France.
– IYAN ANG LATEST REPORT REGARDING THE GMO-CORN, PAKI BASA NA LANG TABI….
April 20, 2007 at 10:43 PM #52359
Celebrate the Earth Day on April 22,2007. Plant something and watch them grow!
April 11, 2007 at 7:19 PM #51762
Marhay na aldaw tabi mga tugang kong Bicolanos. Marhay man na nai-post tabi ni Duanean bareta na “Beware of GMO Rice sold in Supermarkets…”para mainpormaran kamo gabos na igwa palan ki mga arog kaining pigpapabakal sa mga Supermarts. This was already checked by the DA and the DTI so dont worry tabi. For more info, the DA is not propagating these kind of Rice mentioned (LL601 or Uncle Sam Texas Long Grain Rice or the Liberty Rice). The variety of rice seedlings which the DA propagates were the varieties M1, M3, SL-8, Bigante, Rizalin and Bio401 which all passed the tests. Still, the DA encourages the propagation and the production of our native rice particularly the “Unnoy”, “Kintoman” varieties in the upland areas of the Cordillera Region. These are the native varieties being planted in the Rice Terraces areas of the said region and the other upland areas of other regions. With these native varieties, the locals are using the conventional or the organic way of producing rice and with this, the produceare now being exported to the US, Canada and in Europe and it cost about Php 50 – 70 /kilo. I dont know if in the Bicol region they have this kind of rice being planted but here in the Cordilleras, these are being propagated. In our markets here including high-end supermarts, the rice being sold were not the type mentioned by Duane. Anyway, please check with the Department of Agriculture Regional Office #5, Pili, Camarines Sur for more info regarding these concerns. Salamat po !
April 10, 2007 at 11:59 AM #51672
March 15, 2007 at 11:21 AM #49568
Maray na aldaw saindo gabos. Nauugma ako ta igwang nagbukas kan topic na ini about farming and gardening. Gusto ko nanggad makanuod mag tanom tanom ta kaidtong nag iistar pa kami sa Libmanan dawa sadit sadit ang daga mi, nag tanom ning mga gulay asin orkids ang paryentes ko. One of the good memories of my childhood, and one that I hope to achieve in the future for my children. Kaya ngani ngonian nag po poon poon na akong mag research about farming and gardening. Nakakapagal ng mag para trabaho 8 hours 5 days a week doing the same thing over and over. Gusto mi na kan second half ko mag uli sa Pilipinas before we get too old to bend our backs. Kaya lang we haveto find aproperty to start with. We want to buy a cheap small agri land close to manila soif anyone has an idea, please let me know. gusto sana namin malapit sa mt. banahaw,areas like sariaya quezon. thanks everyone
March 15, 2007 at 10:55 AM #49567
KaFelice kumusta tabi gilayun?! sa simpleng pag tanum-tanom sa likod kan arong ta……kaito, gari magayunon mamudo ki preskong gulayon adi?rumdom ko kaito me tanum kaming mariguso dakolon so bungatig pakanap sana sa mga kagingking ay baang siram mamudo,tapus so upo ay sussss!
March 15, 2007 at 9:17 AM #49566
Robert, ay maray man na nasa DA ka mismo nagawork ta mariparo mo barang ang gabus na detalye manongud digdi sa orulay ta…sa mga taga DA Pili,Cam Sur…..itimpla ko tabi kamo ki maliputonon na limonada!.:)
Agricultural Research Centers
March 15, 2007 at 8:56 AM #49565
Hello NatexoC! Gusto ko lang i-correct su na post mong pangaran na Mrs. Minda O. Arellano,Regional Director kan DA-RFU 5, Pili Cam. Cur.. Bako sya an Director duman kundi si Dir. ARSENIO FORTIN, Regional Executive Director kan Dept. of Agriculture-Reg’l. Field Off.,No. 5, Pili, Camarines Sur. Kadakul pano an nag-react na tiga DA-RFU 5 duman sa sinurat mong contact person. Paghuna ninda nabalyuhan su Regional Director ninda… Yan lang tabi….
Mrs. Minda O. ArellanoRegional DirectorPhilippine Coconut AuthorityRizal Street, Legazpi City http://bicol.da.gov.ph/directory/RMC.html
Dr. Arsenio A. Fortin, the new OIC-Regional Executive Director of DA RFU 5, has forged his entire career through dedicated hard work at the Department of Agriculture. He served his first 20 years at the National Agriculture and Fishery Council, starting as an Agriculture Project Coordinator and moving up over the years to the positions of Plans and Program Supervisor, Supervising Agricultural Development Specialist and Chief Agricultural Project Coordinator. He then moved to the DA-Central Office as Chief of Field Operations and later became Assistant Regional Director in Regions I, III and VIII. He is a Career Executive Service Officer IV since June 24, 1998.For the last eight years and seven months, he served as ARD for LGU Support, Extension, and Infrastructure in DA Region 8. This August, the 58-year-old son of Zambales helms DA-RFU 5 as OIC-Regional Executive Director.An agriculturist by education and training, Dr. Fortin finished his BSA (major in Horticulture) at Central Luzon State University and his MSA (major in Soil Science) at DLSU-Araneta University, where he also obtained his doctoral degree on management three years later.In two decades, Director Fortin has attended a dozen trainings in the US, Europe (Italy, Netherlands) and Asia (South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, China, Taiwan) mostly on agricultural development, farming systems, fertilizer management, rice production mechanization and country study tours.In his 37 years with the Department, Director Fortin has attended at least the same number of local trainings, half on career service, public administration and accountability, and personnel management, and the other half on agriculture (agribusiness; operational linkaging; export financing; small-farm research and development; resource and by-product waste utilization and management; and management information systems and analysis).Dr. Fortin is a member of the Crops Science Society of the Philippines, Lions Club (Tacloban City) and the Region 8 Chapters of the Executive Leadership Program Alumni Association and Regional Executive Administrators League.Director Fortin is proficient in Tagalog, Ilocano, Waray-Waray, English and Japanese.
March 15, 2007 at 12:34 AM #49540
Salamat sa advice mo, Robert. Pagpaplanuhan ko na ini.
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