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As rice shortage looms, farmers remain unaided
Expect low rice harvest and high prices as usual this Christmas. The Philippines must import 2.9 million tons – 58 million sacks.
Manila archdiocese’s ecology ministry stands against ‘commercialization’ of ‘golden rice’
The Department of Agriculture earlier announced that it will start massive production of “golden rice" seeds in vitamin A-deficient provinces
Kurdish Iraqi farmer sprouts online advice, green awareness
The farmer posts videos on protecting fruit trees, dealing with insects and helping people get more from their farms
Coconut farmers express hope new Marcos administration to release coco levy...
About 3.5 million coconut farming families are seen to benefit from the coconut levy funds
Obispo ng Puerto Princesa, tiniyak ang pag-agapay ng Simbahan sa ‘agri-workers’
“Ako ay nakikiisa sa ating mangingisda at magsasaka sa hinaharap nating mga krisis ngayon"
After 34 years of Philippines’ agrarian reform law, farmers continue to...
“It’s not only about land distribution, but the condition that the farmers are in now. Are they tilling their own lands?”
Rights groups call for release of arrested activists, farmers in Tarlac...
“We condemn these dirty tactics that seem bent on sabotaging the distribution of the 200-hectare sugarcane estate to rightful beneficiaries"
Protesting farmers arrested in Tarlac
The farmers have been tilling the land for 27 years and are awaiting their official installation as beneficiaries of the program
Obispo, nanawagan ng parusa sa mga sangkot sa smuggling ng agricultural...
Ayon kay Bishop Bancud, dapat pananagutin ang lahat na sangkot at ungkatin ang dahilan kung paano nakapasok ang smuggled products sa bansa
Sumilao farmers marching again, this time to support VP Leni, Kiko
The farmers of Sumilao are on their way to the national capital not to reclaim their tribal land but to return a favor