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Catfish of the type Pangasius spp is commonly called as river or silver stripped catfish, Siamese shark, sutchi catfish, or swai catfish. This catfish species live in freshwater and endemic to the Mekong basin. It is a riverine catfish belonging to the members of the family Pangasidae. It exhibits fast growth when cultured given a [...]
RAW MATERIALS: 1 kg. fresh coconut, grated 325 mL or 1¼ cups glacial acetic acid 600 g or 3 cups refined sugar 500 ml or 2 cups coconut water
Materials needed: green bananas, saba or cardaba salt
Black Leaf Streak or Black Sigatoka was first recognized in Fiji in 1963. Since then, it has been found elsewhere and has steadily replaced yellow sigatoka in banana producing countries. The disease is caused by a fungus, Mycosphaerrella fijiensis and is considered to be more virulent than yellow sigatoka.
MOTORISTS can expect gasoline blended with locally-produced ethanol to be rolled out in Luzon and the Visayas in the next few weeks. This as the San Carlos Bioenergy Inc. (SCBI), the country’s first integrated fuel ethanol distillery and power cogeneration facility, has delivered its first shipment of 1.6 million liters to Petron last March 16. [...]
Banana Bunchy Top is the most important virus disease affecting the Musa family. It was recognized, as a disease in Fiji in 1889. In 1890, Taiwan reported its occurrence and was in Egypt in 1901. In Australia, symptoms were seen in 1913. In the Philippines, it was reported that bunchy top first appeared in [...]
• Clear the field of bushes and other unwanted vegetation. • Prepare the land by plowing the field once and harrowing it several times until the soil is in fine tilth. • Stakes are set following the desired distance of planting (8 – 12 meters).
It is projected that water crisis will be felt worldwide by 2025. This warning goes side by side with the looming effects of climate change. Drought is a possibility, or it has already taken its course in many areas of the country. This scenario poses great challenge to rice production. Among cereals in terms of [...]
About the module The golden apple snail (GAS), popularly known as “golden kuhol” was introduced into the Philippines between 1982 and 1984. It came from South America (Brazil and Argentina) via Taiwan. Its high nutritive value as food for human beings and farm animals generated interest among both public and private sectors to propagate [...]
Instead of throwing away our banana peelings, we can use it to make vinegar. The procedure is very simple as shown below.« Previous Entries