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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.

    Learn and profit from efficiently rearing farm animals.
    Let's raise and harvest aquatic plants and animals. Learn the various technologies in fisheries.
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#TECHNOTIPS: Lanzones
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Monday, 19 September 2022, 03:58 PM
 
LanzonesIn for a fruit dessert? Lanzones is a Filipino-favorite tropic fruit. You can never go wrong with its sweet to sub-acid taste. It originated from the Malay Peninsula and was first introduced in the Philippines during the prehistoric times.

Lanzones is a cauliflorous plant with round or oval-shaped fruits borne in compact bunches. It is characterized with thin, leathery, green skin that turns brownish yellow as it ripens. It also produces abundant milky juice when the fruit is not fully ripe.

With its versatility, the tree can be grown in different types of soil and with humid environment but grows well in sandy loam and clay loam soil and sensitive to low temperatures. Stimulating its growth needs plenty of water after a couple of dry months.

Lanzones seeds are polyembyonic that may contain 2-3 seedlings per seed. Propagation with seeds is commonly used in most farms in the country. This procedure may take a while, it will take up to 15 years to start bearing fruit. While propagation with cleft grafting may take up to 8 years to bear flower. (Bureau of Plant Industry)

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#TECHNOTIP: Protein Content of Cow's Milk
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Wednesday, 7 September 2022, 10:34 AM
 
Protein in Cow's MilkHighly valued in most parts of the world, milk and dairy products serve an important role in both household food security and income generation. With its significant contribution to the body’s needs for nutrients, it is rich in calcium, magnesium, selenium, riboflavin, vitamin B12, and pantothenic acid (vitamin B5).
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#TECHNOTIPS: Cassava
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Thursday, 18 August 2022, 04:20 PM
 
CassavaThe versatility and utility of cassava make it promising as human food, animal feed, alcohol, medicine, etc. Some feed millers in the country use cassava as part of their formulation, replacing about 30%-50% of the corn in the feed ration. In Thailand, the millers use cassava leaves, stems, and roots. These are processed into pelleted meals and are being exported into European countries.

Cassava is also used for industrial products like textile, binders, and as plain raw material in making biodegradable items. (Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development)

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#TECHNOTIPS: Milk Shelf Life
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Thursday, 11 August 2022, 03:25 PM
 
Milk shelf lifeShelf life is the period of time that a food or perishable goods may be stored before it starts to deteriorate or become potentially unsafe. Controlling the temperature during storage is specifically important for most foods especially dairy products- from market to home.

For dairy-based food, almost all products need to be stored in the refrigerator. Dairy products like ice cream, shall be stored in the freezer.

The shelf life of various dairy products varies significantly. Specifically, these are the following:

Pasteurized milk and flavored milk drink: 5-7 days. However, UHT-treated milk, unopened, can last up to 6-12 months at ambient temperature.

Yoghurt: 7-14 days

Hard and semi-hard cheese: Depending on the type, it should be kept inside the refrigerator and can last for several weeks to months.

Cottage cheese, ricotta and cream cheese: 1-2 weeks

Butter (salted and unsalted): A shelf-life of about 4 weeks.

UHT milk, ice cream and frozen yoghurt: 6-12 months in the freezer.

While the above information is the standard shelf-life of dairy products, it is highly-recommended to follow the manufacturer’s instructions indicated on the label. Always check the use-by and expiration date to know how long products can be safely consumed.

Meanwhile, the best-before date is the time that a properly stored, unopened package will retain its quality, freshness, taste, and nutritional value.

For more information on dairy products and services, visit the National Dairy Authority.

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#TECHNOTIPS: Milk for Kids
by Yovina-Claire Pauig - Thursday, 11 August 2022, 08:49 AM
 
Milk for KidsAng milk o gatas mula sa baka, kambing at kalabaw ay mainam na simulang ipainom sa mga batang may edad na 3-12 taong gulang. Nirerekomenda ito upang mapunan ang protina, kalsiyum, Vitamin D at iba pang sustansiyang kinakailangan ng katawan.

Iwasan lamang ang pagpapainom nito kung may lactose intolerance. Mas mainam na kumunsulta sa pediatrician o rehistradong dietician upang masiguradong angkop ang ipaiinom na gatas para sa mga bata.

Para sa karagdagang impormasyon, bisitahin lamang ang National Dairy Authority

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