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The e-Learning for Agriculture and Fisheries is a major component of the Philippine's Department of Agriculture's e-Extension Program, with the Agricultural Training Institute as the lead implementing agency, in collaboration with other government agencies, state universities and colleges and nongovernment organizations.

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  • From planting to harvesting, let's learn the latest technologies on various crops grown in the country.

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ATI turns 35 with new role as capacity builder in Phl agriculture
by Emerson Deñado - Tuesday, 25 January 2022, 08:45 PM
 
Agriculture Secretary William Dar stressed the new role of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) as “capacity builders” instead of simply being referred to as the “DA’s extension arm” during its 35th founding anniversary program on January 25, 2022.

“It took us 35 years of journey to have a new mindset towards appreciating our responsibility, of ATI as capacity builder for extension workers, farmer-leaders, and those involved in the national programs for development, extension, and many others,” Sec. Dar said.

True to the theme of the celebration – “Innovating OneDA Agricultural Extension Strategies Beyond the New Normal” the agri chief challenged the ATI “to put more expertise and bring in the human capital that can continue to innovate, has that foresight and how to build and capacitate the extension delivery system of this country.”

He encouraged the Institute to continue capacitating and enhancing the banner programs of the Department, especially the key strategies under the “OneDA Reform Agenda”.

In its role as a catalyst, along with the DA Regional Field Offices (RFOs) and other related institutions under the Department, Sec. Dar urged ATI to enhance the capacity of the Philippine provinces to lead and bring agricultural extension services to the grassroots level through the Province-led Agriculture and Fisheries Extension Systems (PAFES).

He also urged the agency to continue persevering and delivering its programs and services to the Philippines agriculture sector, and to involve the younger generation of farmers and fishers in its programs.

Meanwhile, ATI Director Rosana Mula conveyed the continuing commitment of the Institution, along with its network of training centers and private extension partners, to provide development opportunities to Filipino farmers, fisherfolk, and their families.

As part of the anniversary celebration, ATI also launched its own Operations Manual as part of its commitment for a smooth transition and continuity of the “OneDA Reform Agenda”


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#TECHNOTIPS: Organic farming
by Catheryn Villorente - Tuesday, 26 October 2021, 03:04 PM
 
organic farming Healthy soils are not only key in producing food, fuel, fiber, and medical products, but are also crucial to the many ecosystems. Soils are vital in the carbon cycle, storage, and water filter, as well as in improving resilience to floods and droughts.

As the primary foundation of food, soil plays an important role in the life of every individual.
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#TECHNOTIPS: Defrosting of meat and poultry products
by Catheryn Villorente - Monday, 25 October 2021, 09:47 AM
 
DEFROSTINGWhile meat producers take actions to assure safety of their products before it reaches your kitchen, it is likewise essential to maintain food safety all the way to the table. Practicing safe-handling methods at home can help keep you and your family safe.

During food preparation, frozen meat should not be defrosted at room temperature.
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#TECHNOTIPS: Meat safety
by Catheryn Villorente - Friday, 22 October 2021, 02:37 PM
 
meat safetyMaintaining a safe, healthy home requires the practice of proper food handling. Safe-handling methods at home can reduce the risk of foodborne illness and keep your family healthy.

Leftovers are best recommended to be chilled quickly in order to prevent bacteria from growing. For a better chilling process, divide large quantities into smaller portions. Proper air flow in the refrigerator or freezer is necessary to maintain suggested temperature.

Proper safe-handling does not only bring healthy food consumption for your family but also does help in reduction of food waste. (Meat Safety.org)

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(By: Caitlin Jane Abeleda, ATI-ISD)
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#TECHNOTIPS: Ground beef
by Catheryn Villorente - Thursday, 21 October 2021, 10:49 AM
 
ground beefGround beef should be handled with particular care as it is more perishable than whole muscle cuts of meat. The presence of any bacteria on the surface during the grinding process will affect the quality of the product.

Since freezing ground beef at 0°F (-18°C) keeps it safe indefinitely, freezing time and packaging are recommended to keep its good quality. Storing it in the fridge for 1 to 2 days or in the freezer for 3 to 4 months are some options.

Meanwhile, here are some things to consider when shopping for ground beef:

• Fresh ground beef goes through a number of color changes during its shelf life. These color changes are normal, and the ground beef remains perfectly wholesome and safe to eat within 1-2 days of purchase from the market.

• Look for ground beef with bright red color. Ground beef can turn brown in the absence of oxygen. While this is not necessarily a sign of spoilage, extended exposure to air reduces the normal shelf life of the product.


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