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#TECHNOTIPS: Gumamit ng mahusay na uri ng semilya ng tilapia
by Catheryn Villorente - Tuesday, 14 September 2021, 07:26 AM
 
semillya ng tilapiaBumili ng similya sa mga subok at kilalang ahensiya ng pangisdaan tulad ng Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DA-BFAR), Central Luzon State University- Freshwater Aquaculture Center (CLSU-FAC), Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD), atbp. Kung bibili naman sa mga pribadong paanakan, mainam na humingi muna ng payo sa ibang nag-aalaga ng tilapia kung saan ang mga subok at mapagkakatiwalaang hatchery.

Maaaring ding sumubok ng similya na produkto ng makabagong teknolohiya tulad n g SRT (sex reversed tilapia), YY supermale o GMT (genetically male tilapia), GIFT (genetically improved farmed tilapia) o mga hybrid na mula sa mga pribadong ahensiya. Gamiting pamantayan sa pagpili ng similya ang mga pisikal na katangian ng isda gaya ng kalakasan o kahinaan, kapayatan o katabaan, atbp. (Sanggunian: DA-BFAR)

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#TECHNOTIPS: September is Anti-Rat Campaign Month
by Catheryn Villorente - Friday, 3 September 2021, 10:29 AM
 
anti-rat campaignSeptember is Anti-Rat Campaign Month. Declared by virtue of Presidential Proclamation No. 179, s. 1955, this annual campaign aims to promote concerted efforts to bring rat infestation under control, especially as rats are considered the most destructive agricultural pest in the Philippines.

To prevent rodent infestation in farmlands, practicing dry land preparation is essential. This minimizes the presence of golden apple snails and weeds that serve as alternate food of rats.

Likewise, spillages must be cleaned up straight away and disposed as it is imperative to deny rodents access to food. (Pinoy Rice Knowledge Bank; Farmers Weekly UK)

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#TECHNOTIPS: Rats are such a health risk to the community
by Catheryn Villorente - Thursday, 2 September 2021, 09:37 AM
 
ratsRats and mice are adaptable public health pests and breeding machines. A single mouse gets pregnant about five to 10 times each year and can give birth to three to 14 pups. This number of tiny creatures comes with infectious diseases that can affect both people and animals, including plague, salmonellosis, leptospirosis, and tularemia. These diseases can be passed on by direct contact such as rat bites, unsafe handling and disposal of infected dead rats, and consumption of food or water contaminated with rat urine, feces, saliva or hair. One can also be indirectly infected by these diseases by ticks, fleas, and mites that live on infected rats.

Rat infestation can also weaken building structures through their natural behaviors, as they gnaw through lead and aluminum sheeting or chew through electrical wiring that can start fire.

Rats can be discouraged and controlled simply by denying them food and shelter. Secure any possible access points around all buildings to prevent rats and mice from manifesting. Keep every nook and cranny clean by storing fresh food and disposing food waste properly to avoid pest invitation. (Western Australia Health Department, Government of South Australia SA Health, PreventivePestHouston.com)

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#TECHNOTIPS: Cassava
by Catheryn Villorente - Tuesday, 31 August 2021, 10:57 AM
 
CassavaCassava can withstand periods of drought. However, it is susceptible to water deficit during its first three months after planting. Water stress during its early period of growth can significantly affect the development of its roots and shoots, which can later translate to drastic yield reduction.

Planting methods must adapt to soil moisture conditions. Stakes planted at a 5 to 10 cm depth on heavy and wet soils and slightly deeper on the dry and light-textured ground have a higher chance of survival. (Source: FAO)

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#TECHNOTIPS: Coconut vinegar
by Catheryn Villorente - Friday, 27 August 2021, 10:44 AM
 
VINEGARYou may want to consider coconut vinegar as your next pantry staple. Aside from the rich health benefits it offers, did you know that it is also a multipurpose household agent?

Made by naturally fermenting the sap of the coconut flowers, its high acetic acid content can be used in the preparation and preservation of food as a seasoning condiment or a flavor enhancer for raw and manufactured food respectively.

Moreover, it can be used to clean toilets, kitchen sinks, pots, wood panels, windows, grills, greasy ovens, and even hardened paintbrushes. It can also keep your refrigerator and microwave odor-free as it is an effective natural deodorizer.

With only few materials such as fresh coconut water, tuba, refined sugar, and dry yeast, you can make your own coconut sap/toddy vinegar. For a step-by-step guide, check this link: coconut vinegar production (Philippine Coconut Authority).

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