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BASC conducts ART Planning-Workshop, Techno-forum

Nikki Ann V. Macabontoc

Bulacan Agricultural State College (BASC) in partnership with Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Agricultural Researches conducted a three-day planning workshop and technology forum for Aerobic Rice Technology (ART) held on May 31-June 2, 2017 at Tarlac City. The first two days featured the planning-workshop led by Dr. Josie A. Valdez, project leader, wherein the significant results and new development on ART as a package of technology (POT) were presented to the different project collaborators, namely: Dr. Nenita Dela Cruz from CLSU, Engr. Jonathan Lacayanga from BPSU-Abucay Campus, and Dr. Mercedita Valdez from TAU. Dr. Valdez also shared during the meeting his plan on conceptualizing a radio program for the technology in order to better disseminate the technology to a wider scope of clientele. Meanwhile, a technology forum was held on the last day showcasing the ART to its intended users, particularly the farmers, through presentation of research outputs, lecture-discussions, farmer-adopters’ testimonies and an open forum afterwards. The program ended with a closing remarks delivered by Dr. Josefina C. Managuit, Vice President, RET.

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Atty. Amor Deloso bared in his 1st anniversary celebration as the governor of Zambales that there will be number of infrastructure projects, mainly the improvement and widening of roads to give Zambales an upgrade for its local tourism, held last July 1, 2017 at Iba, Zambales Capitol Park. Deloso gave stakeholders in the tourism industry something to be happy about. The said projects will surely boost accessibility to various tourist spots, leisure and establishments. He said that the road constructions towards Mt. Tapulao and Pundakit, two of the well-known tourist destination in the

Deloso bares infrastructure plans to upgrade tourism in Zambales

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