City receives training on integrated corn production

In connection with the nationwide campaign for organic farming, particularly in corn production which is pursued as an alternative food supply, the Department of Agriculture through its extension arm, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) conducted a Season-Long Training of Trainers (TOT) on Integrated Corn Production last April 07 – 11, 2014

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at at Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) at Brgy. New Mahayag, this city.

Mayor Stephany Uy-Tan was personally present to welcome the guests, trainers and participants to the said training, which is aimed at capacitating both LGU extension workers and farmers to increase their knowledge and learn new approaches in corn production.

As an effort in support of the thrust of the national government, Catbalogan City is fortunate to have been included as a beneficiary of the said training, which is being jointly undertaken by the Department of Agriculture, ATI and the LGUs in responding to the goals of attaining food sufficiency and security.

(Photos by Paulus Aragon)

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