Developing Sustainable Agro-Ecosystems

Developing Sustainable Agro-Ecosystems encourages farmers to shift from monocropping to diversified and integrated farming systems; from chemical to organic farming; and focusing from the individual farm ecosystem to community/agro-ecosystem wide conversion. Technical support and information is providied on critical aspects such as soil fertility management, alternative pest management, cropping systems, diversification and farm integration.

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Rice-based DIFS

October 22, 2019

by MASIPAG National Office

MASIPAG Farmer Trainer Eric in Zamboanga Sibugay practices a Rice- Based DIFS (Diversified Integrated Farming System). Diversification and integration of livestock such as chicken, duck and goat along with aquaculture of fresh-water fish like Tilapia in farming upholds higher biodiversity in contrast to mono-culture. As well promotes diversified food and income source. #

Living Bio-beds Training

October 22, 2019

by MASIPAG National Office

The Alternative Livestock Management and Production with Living Bio-beds (Babuyang Walang Masamang Amoy) Training was successfully conducted last Oktubre 17-18, 2019 in Malalao, Tabuk City, Kalinga. The training was participated by farmers from the North Luzon Cluster as well as farmer members of the Center for Development Programs in the Cordillera (CDPC), an NGO partner […]

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Rice-based DIFS

October 22, 2019

by MASIPAG National Office

MASIPAG Farmer Trainer Eric in Zamboanga Sibugay practices a Rice- Based DIFS (Diversified Integrated Farming System). Diversification and integration of livestock such as chicken, duck and goat along with aquaculture of fresh-water fish like Tilapia in farming upholds higher biodiversity in contrast to mono-culture. As well promotes diversified food and income source. #

Living Bio-beds Training

October 22, 2019

by MASIPAG National Office

The Alternative Livestock Management and Production with Living Bio-beds (Babuyang Walang Masamang Amoy) Training was successfully conducted last Oktubre 17-18, 2019 in Malalao, Tabuk City, Kalinga. The training was participated by farmers from the North Luzon Cluster as well as farmer members of the Center for Development Programs in the Cordillera (CDPC), an NGO partner […]