At 88 years old, Potracio Laguinday, chairman of the Organic Agriculture Industry for Cagayan Valley expressed his continuous support in producing healthy food for the Filipinos during the opening program of the 4th Regional Organic Agriculture Congress (ROAC) at the University of LaSallete in Santiago City, today. He urged the local chief executives and local continue reading : Organic Actors in Cagayan Valley take pledge to continue OA
Are you sure that the food you eat is taken care of with the highest international Food Safety standard? When the Department of Agriculture Regional Field Office No. 02 (DA RFO 02) found out that pesticide residues are high in vegetables and fruits, the agency has to intervene. The Food Safety Act of 2013 or continue reading : Keeping Cagayan Valley a Food Safe Region
The Cagayan Valley Region once again rises as it set to launch “Young Hands in Agriculture”. The initiative was formally announced during the Monday convocation of the Department of Agriculture – Regional Field Office No. 02 (DA RFO 02) last April 8, 2019. The move was an offshoot of the recently concluded DA’s Information Caravan continue reading : DA Cagayan Valley to launch “Young Hands in Agriculture”
With the growing demand in both the domestic and international market, mango is arguably on its limelight while exports soar high in recent years. As a potential area to grow mangoes, the Cagayan Valley region hosted the 21st National Mango Congress that started on March 19, 2019, at the Isabela State University Ecahgue Campus Amphitheatre, continue reading : Cagayan Valley as a “new player” for mango production in PH
Naalala niyo ba kung kailian ang huling kain niyo ng karne ng kambing? Kaldareta, dinakdakan o adobong kambing ilan lamang sa naihahanay na sikat na luto na hango sa sikat na sikat na livestock product na ito. Sa umuusbong na industriyang ito ay ang mga goat raisers na patuloy na nagpapaalala na may pera pala continue reading : ANG GOAT na sagot sa kahirapan!
In the Cagayan Valley region alone, 27, 040 ha. of agricultural farm lands are dedicated to organic farming which has 63 % in the total target until the year 2022. On February 28, 2019, the Organic Certification Center of the Philippines (OCCP) awarded the certificates to the farms and establishments who complied with the standards continue reading : OCCP awards certificate to organic practitioners in Region 02