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OSGATA By a unanimous vote of its Board of Directors, the organic farmer-controlled Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association (OSGATA) has withdrawn its membership from the Organic Trade Association (OTA). OSGATA’s decision was prompted by...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jul 14, 2016

CPAR on organic vegetable results to farmer’s profit

Farming equates income, especially to a common farmer. Aside from providing food on the table, farmers cultivate the land to earn money. Sadly though, it is not always the case for our local farmers especially when it comes to organic farming. Farmer...
by Business Diary Philippines on Jun 23, 2016

Go Green

On the occasion of World Environment day, there are a few ways to go green and lead a healthy lifestyle without making many changes completely. Fresh fruits and vegetables: Eating packaged foods can hamper your health and cause serious ailments. Choo...
by best places of interest on Jun 6, 2016

Cebu Southern Ecological Farm: A Glimpse of Sustainable Organic Farming

Are you sure that the fruits, vegetables, and grains that you are eating are safe and good for you? Chances are, it’s not. Sadly, that is the consequence of commercial farming, which is virtually the only way to feed millions of people. You see...
by Adrenaline Romance on Apr 12, 2016

The Blue Corduroy Jackets With Yellow FFA Stitching.

The boys in blue, the corduroy jackets with the three initials over the heart. They were on the yellow bus. Roaming the halls of the high school. Those were the future farmers of America, of Maine. I grew up on a farm, learned the art of Maine potato...
by MeInMaine Blog on Nov 9, 2015

Crop Biotechnology Impact on Developing Countries Part 2

Since 1996, the net economic benefit of crop biotechnology at the farm level has been $133.5 billion. In a previous post, we asked Zintro experts to share their thoughts about... Read More The post Crop Biotechnology Impact on Developing Co...
by Zintro Blog on Jul 27, 2015

CUBAN EVOLUTION - End of U.S. Embargo Ramifications

"For better or for worse — what would an end to the embargo mean for Cuba?" PBS NewsHour 6/15/2015ExcerptSUMMARY:  As the relationship between Cuba and America improves, what will a potential end to the embargo mean for the two countries? ...
by Mage Soapbox on Jun 22, 2015

Counting the Costs

As you pursue various business ventures, make sure to count the cost in terms of resources and valuable time.
by Hunter Happenings on May 1, 2015

February Winter Winds In Maine Turns Thoughts To Greenhouses.

Turbulence like a plane where the captain reminds with a toggled overhead light and a friendly voice. From upfront to baton down the hatches out back. To buckle up people. Maine winter winds that can produce gusts like not so friendly sky air turbule...
by MeInMaine Blog on Feb 16, 2015

Organic Foods In Maine, All Natural Veggies, Meat, Poultry, Dairy Products.

Do you have any idea where your food in front of you came from on the planet? When you sit down to tuck in the neck napkin. Reach for a fork, knife and spoon in the let’s eat ritual of breakfast, lunch, dinner trio of meals. Maine organic food...
by MeInMaine Blog on Dec 13, 2014

Organic produce at the Negros First-Army Wellness Farm

I recently went to Camp Nelson Gerona in Brgy. Minoyan, Murcia, a few meters from Mambukal Resort, to help organize a medical mission. After our activity, I heard from my companions that papaya and other vegetables are available for sale inside the c...
by First-time Travels on Nov 18, 2014

Have you been to an Organic Farmers Festival?

I must admit, having been away from my hometown for two decades  made me miss on so many events and happenings. I was curios about a post I read in one of my Facebook groups. It was about the Organic Farmers Festival that will be taking place on Nov...
by First-time Travels on Nov 11, 2014

Government Grants For Organic Farming: Tips To Get The Grants

Government Grants For Organic Farming – Growing organic farm is more difficult than growing ordinary farm. It is because organic farm business in the United States of American needed to meet certain guidelines. It is not only applied to their o...
by Start Grants on Sep 21, 2014

Sustainable Farming – Increase Both Quality and Quantity of Farming Products

Sustainable farming, what is in your mind when you read that term? If you are not really familiar with the sustainable farming, this is a practice on agriculture that uses combination between increasing the farming products and the conservation of en...
by Start Grants on Aug 9, 2014

SHARE THE LAND: Garden sharing transforms urban lawns

Local, organic food might be the most environmentally sustainable option in terms of feeding the planet, but for many people it means either paying more […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www.themindfulw...
by The Mindful Word on Jul 20, 2014

U.S. Government Launches Local Food, Local Places

Rising consumer interest in locally grown food has turned it into a $7 billion industry. Truck farming, or small-scale fresh fruit and vegetable production, has led to over 8100 U.S.... Read More The post U.S. Government Launches Local Food...
by Zintro Blog on Jun 30, 2014

Organic Agriculture Production NC II in the Philippines

Organic Agriculture Production NC II is a short TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in producing organic farm products including organic supplements such as fertilizer, concoctions, and extracts. Some examples of skills that you will...

Thailand: Resort in Koh Samui Donates School Bags to Schoolchildren

Impoverished schoolchildren at school in Koh Samui received school bags purchased from funds earned from the sale of organic produce raised at a resort hotel's organic garden as part of its commitment to CSR.
by Accidental TravelWriter on Apr 12, 2014

Calauag’s Saba better and healthier with vermicomposting

Calauag, a municipality located in eastern Quezon, rears an abundance of coconut that covers more than 22,000 hectares. With the predominance of coconut in town comes the rising of yet another high-value crop, saba. Aside from being the largest fruit...
by Business Diary Philippines on Nov 30, 2013

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