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Tiger grass locally known as tambo, is a viable source of livelihood for upland communities. Tiger grass grows well in cool upland. It is usually harvested in late January and February, if dried correctly, can be stored up to a year. The upper portion of the tiger grass flower, the large dropping panicle, is used […]
Freshwater catfish (hito or pantat) of genus Clarias is an important food fish in Southeast Asia. It is cultured extensively in the Philippines due to its suitability to Philippine conditions, abundance of freshwater areas, locally developed technologies for production and the presence of a vibrant market. Among the three species Clarias macrocephalus (Native catfish), Clarias […]
Calamansi (citrus mitis blanco) is indigenous in the Philippines. It is also known as kalamondin, kalamunding, kalamansi, or lemonsito. The tree is small and densely branched that bears plentiful small green fruits. The fruits are available throughout the year and the peak season of the harvest is in mid-August through October. The fruit us rich […]
Over the years, commercial production of mudcrab (Scyllaspp.) has been undertaken only in bamboo – or net-fenced brackish water ponds. Its feasibility was proven trough a series of verification trials conducted in commercial ponds by SEAFDEC/AQD researchers and is now practiced elsewhere in the country. Of late, the introduction of using net enclosure to grow […]
Making dried mango rolls is easy, and there is a good market both here and abroad for this product The Philippine mangoes’ unequaled sweetness and juiciness make them one of the country’s top food exports. This is why the Department of Science and Technology’s Industrial Technology Development Institute is constantly discovering other possible mango byproducts […]