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#TECHNOTIPS: Duhat
by Catheryn Villorente - Friday, 30 April 2021, 09:25 AM
 
duhatBlack plum or duhat is a powerhouse of health benefits. It is known for bringing blood sugar levels under control and increases insulin activity and sensitivity. This fruit carries no sucrose which helps in bringing down sugar levels in blood and urine.

Its seed can do much more for diabetics. It helps in converting starch into sugar which helps in controlling blood sugar level.

Regular consumption of this fruit from a young age, can help in postponing and even in completely preventing the onset of diabetes. (doctor.ndtv.com; stuartxchange.org)

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#TECHNOTIPS: Paano mas Mapadali ang Pag-ani ng Tanim na Palay
by Catheryn Villorente - Thursday, 29 April 2021, 10:35 AM
 
pag-aani ng palayMainam na patuyuan ang bukid 7-10 araw bago ang nakatakdang araw ng pag-aani upang maiwasan ang pagkabasa ng mga butil. Sa paraang ito, mas mapadadali at mapabibilis ang proseso ng pag-aani lalo na sa tulong ng paggamit ng makina.

Maiging anihin kung ang palay kung ay nasa 80-85% pa lamang ng pagkahinog nito o mala-kulay ginto na ang karamihan ng butil sa uhay ng palay. Tandaan na nagdudulot ng pagkapulbos ng mga butil kung mapapaaga ang pag-ani at sobrang pagkatuyo at pagkalagas naman kung mahuli ang pag-aani.

Sa pagputol ng inaaning palay, igsian lamang kung makina ang gamit at habaan naman kung hampasan ang gagamitin.

Makabubuting kung hindi iiwang nakabilad nang matagal sa bukid ang palay nang hindi masobrahan ang pagkatuyo ng palay na nasa ibabaw ng bunton. (Pinoy Rice Knowledge Bank)

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#TECHNOTIPS: Ngusong kabayo
by Catheryn Villorente - Wednesday, 28 April 2021, 02:05 PM
 
planthopperNapapansin mo ba kung ang mga tanim mong palay ay nanunuyo? Maaaring inaatake na ito ng ‘planthopper’ o ngusong kabayo.

Ang palayan ay masasabing inatake ng ngusong kabayo kapag makikitaan na ang mga tanim na palay ng panunuyo o ang tinatawag na hopperburn. Ang hopperburn ay sanhi ng nimpa at matatandang ngusong kabayo na kumakain sa pinakababang parte ng palay kung saan nauubos ang katas nito kaya nanunuyo.

Upang ito ay maiwasan, magtanim ng barayting matibay sa ngusong kabayo. Ngunit, siguraduhing magpalit ng barayti ng palay tuwing ikalawang taon upang maiwasan ang resistance ng peste.

Sa pagspray ng pestisidyo, mag-spray sa pinakapuno ng halaman, kung saan naninirahan ang mga ngusong kabayo, at hindi sa dahon nito. Tandaan na gumamit lamang ng pestisidyo kung lubhang kailangan.

Maaari ring magsagawa ng sabayang pagtatanim matapos pagpahingahin ang lupa. Ito ay upang mahinto ang mapagkukuhanan ng pagkain ng mga pesteng kulisap na magpapatigil naman sa inog ng kanilang buhay.

Alamin ang iba pang kasanayan para maiwasan ang ngusong kabayo, bumisita lamang sa https://www.pinoyrice.com/.

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#TECHNOTIPS: Brown Rice
by Catheryn Villorente - Monday, 26 April 2021, 03:56 PM
 
brown rice Brown rice is not a rice variety. It is just a rough rice (palay) without the hull, with the bran (darak) and germ intact. It does not undergo polishing and whitening during the milling process. Brown rice is sometimes called unpolished rice.

Eliminating polishing and whitening on rice milling can save 50-65% on fuel. It can also result to 10% increase in milling recovery. For example, a 10 kg regularly milled paddy rice will produce a 6.5 kg of polished rice. However, the same amount of paddy will produce 7.5 kg when milled into brown or unpolished rice. (Source: www.pinoyrice.com)

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#TECHNOTIPS: Plastic Waste
by Catheryn Villorente - Friday, 23 April 2021, 08:58 AM
 

plastic wastePlastic products are very common in our daily lives. Plastic waste is one of the many types of wastes that take long to decompose. Normally, plastics take up to 1,000 years to decompose in landfills. Plastic bags are said to take 10-20 years to decompose, while plastic bottles take 450 years.
Simply neglecting proper disposal of plastic waste will greatly impact our surroundings. To improve our quality of living, we will have to go back to the basics: reduce, reuse, and recycle. (neic.org)
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