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Pinoy Longganisa Recipe for Food Business

Meat processing provides livelihood projects for would-be entrepreneurs. One of the best resources we have in the country are hogs. Slaughtering of hogs will give a 70-75% dressing percentage. An 80 kg of hog will give a carcass (bone-in) of 60 kg. If the carcass is cut into primal cuts (pige, loin, paypay and kasim) […]

    



Tilapia Sex Reversal Application, Part 2 Treatment

Sex Reversal Treatment The three-week sex reversal treatment of tilapia fry can be done in indoor tanks or outdoor hapas in tanks/ponds. The fry are stocked at densities of 250-1,000 per square meter and fed the hormone-feed that can be prepared by the user or purchased from a commercial supplier. In the first week of […]

    



Tilapia Sex Reversal Application, Part 1 Production

Tilapias are warm water fishes originating from Africa and the Middle East that have been introduced to the Philippines for fish farming since I950. The main tilapia species cultured in ponds, cages and pens in the country is the Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus). The Mozambique tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) and its hybrid with the Nile tilapia […]

    



Guide to Growing Alugbati, Part 2 Management

Fertilization Alugbati can grow even under conditions of moderate soil fertility, but production is increased with the application of fertilizers, especially the organic types. A soil test is highly recommended to determine available N, P, and K. The fertilizer requirement is calculated based on the target yield. Apply compost or manure at 3-5 tons/ha during […]

    


Guide to Growing Alugbati, Part 1 Production

Alugbati (Basella rubra Linn., B. alba Linn.) also known as ‘arogbati’ (Bik.); ‘dundula’ (Sul.); ‘grana’ (Tag.); ‘ilaibakir’ (Ilk.); ‘libato’ (Tag.); Ceylon spinach, Malabar spinach, Indian spinach, Climbing spinach (Eng.); and ‘Lo k’uei’ or ‘luo kui shu’ (Chinese) is one of the most popular indigenous leafy vegetables in the Philippines. Originally from India, it is usually […]

    


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