"To enhance and institutionalize the e-Extension system in agriculture, fisheries, and natural resources for optimal application, utilization and exchange among users and partners."
The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) recently welcomed newly appointed Director III Alfredo Aton, MPS-DM as its Officer-in-Charge Director.
Seen in photo with other new appointees of the Department of Agriculture (DA), Aton (second from right) has been in government service for more than 20 years. Prior to this appointment, Aton served as a Management and Audit Analyst in the Office of the Provincial Governor of North Cotabato for almost 18 years.
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet – “To inform, you must be informed. To convince, you must be convinced,” emphasized Antonieta J. Arceo, Chief of the Agricultural Training Institute’s Information Services Division (ATI-ISD) during the recently concluded blended learning approach on Training Management (TM).
QUEZON CITY – The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) was one of the government agencies that received special recognition during this year’s Social Security System (SSS) Balikat ng Bayan Awards.
QUEZON CITY -- The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) through the 2016 General Appropriations Act invites bid for the provision of security services with the approved budget contract amounting to Php 3,128,135.33.
QUEZON CITY -- The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) through the 2016 General Appropriations Act invites bid for the provision of janitorial services with the approved budget contract amounting to Php 1,809,852.79.
Protected cultivation is an efficient and life-long cropping system where the micro climate around the plant is controlled. This is to ensure better yields, early maturity of crops and a bountiful harvest for the farmers.
In this regard, the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-PCAARRD) published a book on "Protected Cultivation of High-Value Vegetable Crops in the Philippines.” It primarily discusses various protected cultivation techniques and their management practices, among others.