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#TECHNOTIPS; World Water Day
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Friday, 22 March 2019, 04:22 PM
Technotips: World Water DayWater is essential to the survival of humankind. As the population continues to grow, the need for water increases significantly—not only for drinking, but also for growing food and providing proper sanitation.

Use water more efficiently by turning off the tap while brushing teeth or doing the dishes and by fixing dripping taps in your home. This World Water Day (WWD), let us make water conservation a conscious effort to ensure that every household, school, workplace, farm, factory, and other establishments have access to the safe water they need.

With the international theme “Leaving no one behind”, this year’s WWD celebration emphasizes everyone’s “right to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation as a human right that is essential for the full enjoyment of life and all human rights.”

In the Philippines, the week-long event centers on the localized theme “Hawak-kamay, Tubig Kaagapay”. Different activities will be held to tackle the water crisis so that all individuals can have ample water supply, regardless of any condition.

Make every drop count.
Make everyday a World Water Day.

(by: Julrose Dela Torre, ATI-ISD)
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#TECHNOTIPS: Women's Month
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Friday, 22 March 2019, 04:19 PM
Technotips: Women's MonthWe continue to celebrate stories of all women in the country this National Women's Month, in recognition of their significant contributions to nation-building.

This year’s celebration focuses on strengthening efforts to improve and track the progress of the implementation of the Magna Carta of Women, and other relevant laws and commitment to the international community. These include the Convention on the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination Against Women, the Beijing Platform for Action, and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Women play integral roles in the field of agriculture. Victoria Mendiola Ela is one who made her mark in the sector as the first Filipina agriculturist. She is known for her outstanding contributions in plant pathology and as the only woman chairperson of the Department of Plant Pathology in the College of Agriculture of University of the Philippines, Los Baños.

To showcase the achievements of women like Ela, the Agricultural Training Institute will spearhead a symposium on “Women in Rice Farming” on March 25-29, 2019. This will feature a knowledge-sharing and learning among women rice farmers in the country. Invited speakers and participants will talk about their best practices in rice farming as well as the different roles women can play in agriculture.

(by: Erika Vizcarra, ATI-ISD)
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#TECHNOTIPS: Rice Crop Manager
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Wednesday, 20 March 2019, 09:44 AM
Technotips: RCMWant some additional tool to aid you on your crops? No worries as we got you covered.

The Rice Crop Manager (RCM) is a decision-making tool which provides small-scale rice farmers with crop and nutrient management advice customized to farming conditions and needs. It is accessible through the web browser on computers and smartphones.

This is used by extension workers, crop advisors, and service providers to give farmers a specific recommendation on nutrient, pest, weed, or water management. This depends on the specific variety they used, their yield from the previous season, and the site-specific conditions of their field.

For instance, too much fertilizer application, specifically nitrogenous ones, may attract insect pests. With the help of RCM, you can determine the recommended amount of fertilizer you need in your farm.

Also, this modern technology may attract younger generation to dwell into farming which will improve the agricultural industry. Great, isn't it?

(by: Jayvee Masilang, ATI-ISD)
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#TECHNOTIPS: Alternate Wetting and Drying
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Monday, 18 March 2019, 03:10 PM
Technotip: AWDAlternate wetting and drying (AWD) reduces water used in rice production by 16-35% without affecting grain yield. It also increases the efficiency of plants in using soil nutrients and applied fertilizers.

AWD helps in controlling weeds and minimizes golden apple snail damages. It is a simple yet water-wise farm practice that can be used to increase the efficiency of farm inputs and help the plants grow healthier.

(by: Ashlee Canilang, ATI-ISD)
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#TECHNOTIPS: Coconut Water or "Buko Juice"
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Monday, 18 March 2019, 03:07 PM
Technotip: BukoBeat the heat this summer by drinking coconut water!

Coconut water, or “buko juice”, is a popular drink among Filipinos. Dubbed as “Mother Nature’s Sports Drink”, it has fewer calories, lesser sodium, and more potassium than many sports drinks, sugar, and fruit juices. In fact, it has 42% more potassium than a seven-inch banana. This is great for refueling after a high intensity workout, clenching thirst, or just drinking anywhere.

(by: Angelica Marie Umali, ATI-ISD)

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