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NTF Seminars 2016

SNAP Hydroponics Agrilink 2009 Presentation

DA-BAR Presentation at the 8th Agraryo in SM Megamall

2009 BAR Seminar Series presentation materials

[26-Feb-09] Climate Change in Agriculture: Impacts and Adaptations" presented by MARIA VICTORIA O. ESPALDON, PhD of the University of the Philippines Los Baños.

"[25-Mar-09] Fisheries R& D and Climate Change" presented by MARIEPAZ PEREZ, PhD Regional Director for East and Southeast Asia World Fish Center, Penang, Malaysia

2008 BAR Seminar Series presentation materials

"[30-Jul-08] AGRICULTURE: In Search of Viable Knowledge Systems" (127 kb) presented by DAYLINDA BANZON-CABANILLA, PhD of the University of the Philippines Los Baños.

"[30-Jul-08] META-RESEARCH TO SYNTHESIZE KNOWLEDGE FROM EXISTING STUDIES IN AGRICULTURE" (113 kb) presented by Corazon B. Lamug, PhD of the University of the Philippines Los Baños.

"Issues and Concerns of Jatropha As Source of Biofuel" (55 mb) presented by Dr. Virgilio Villancio of the University of the Philippines Los Baños.

"Indigenous Plants and Food plants" presented last 29-30 April 2008

Briefing on the Establishment of DA Geographic Information System Network (DAGISNet)

Download in zip format (6.88 MB)

Upgrading to ArcGIS (4/13/05)

ArcGIS is an integrated collection of GIS software products for building a complete GIS. It enables users to deploy GIS functionality wherever it is needed. Click "more" to download ArcGIS and ArcView GIS primer.

Geographic Suitability and Investment Potential of Mango in the Philippines (08/30/04)

One of the many applications of GIS in agriculture is crop suitability mapping based on the biological requirements of the crop and the quality and characteristics of the land. The mango industry, given its potential export value, is considered as one of the "sunshine industries of the future". The final map overlay shows that a total of 3.5 million hectares in the Philippines is highly suitable for mango and an additional area of 5.9 million hectares can be shifted to mango production. For more information you can download Geographic Suitability and Investment Potential of Mango in the Philippines (6MB PDF) from our website.

AARNET Documents (6/06/06)

      • Report of the 1st Steering Committee Meeting of the ASEAN-AVRDC Regional Network for Vegetable Research and Development (May 3, 2006, Bangkok, Thailand)

      • Review and Planning Meeting on Vegetable Variety Selection in Southeast Asia (2-3 May 2006, AVRDC-ARC, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand)

      • Framework for the Implementation of the Working Program for the ASEAN-AVRDC Regional Network for Vegetable Research and Development

      • Report of the 4th Coordinators' Meeting of the ASEAN-AVRDC Regional NEtwork for Vegetable Research and Developpment (4-5 May 2005, Bangkok, Thailand)

      • Participant of the 1st Steering Committee Meeting of the ASEAN-AVRDC Regional Network for Vegetable Research and Development (May 3, 2006, Bangkok, Thailand)

      • AARNET Steering Committee Members (as of May 2006)

      • About AARNET Chairman, Mr. Leslie Cheong

2008 National Research Symposium Souvenir Program

Science journal article from Prof Michael Stocking, a WASWC member, on Tropical Soils and Food Security: The Next 50 Years

Research on Water in Agriculture Production in Asia

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