Courses leading to sustainable agriculture.
Main Content for Sustainable Agriculture

  • This is the main course content of Primer on Establishing Climate-Resilient Village

  • Climate and Weather-informed Farm and Fishing Advisories is a quick guide for the Agricultural Extension Workers and Trainers
  • Chemical-free farming is building credibility and is currently a soaring trend in the country. To keep up with the current consumers demand, there is a need for farming technologies on chemical –free grown crops, especially on high value crops like carrot.
  • The course will guide learners who have already the basic knowledge of conventional rice farming. The practices within the course will help them into transition from conventional to organic agriculture. To do this cultural management practices leading to sustainable and organic practices were discussed. Organic agriculture concepts as well as the organic certification process are also discussed.

  • This course will enhance your knowledge and understanding on climate change in the country’s agriculture and fisheries. It comprises two modules that discusses the general concept of climate change and some related topics as well as some climate change adaptation and mitigation measures and tools for agri-fisheries.

  • This is a course on the production and market potential of mokusaku or wood vinegar. It is a viable input for organic agriculture.
  • Organic fertilizers have been known to improve the biodiversity and long-term productivity of soil; also it has been a good alternative for the high-cost commercially-based fertilizers. According to Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority (FPA) the demand for organic fertilizer has been on a steady rise since 2004. This course will tackle the step by step procedures of making organic fertilizer such as Fermented Plant Juice (FPJ), Fermented Fruit Juice (FFJ), Fish Amino Acid (FAA) and Tea Manure.

    This online course is developed by Philippine Council for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCARRD) and the Agricultural Training Institute-Central Office (ATI-CO)
  • This course will provide the learners with the basic knowledge needed to engage in vermicomposting or at the very least use vermicompost in their crops. It is designed primarily for farmers and members of their family so that they will be able to utilize farm wastes and animal manure which are readily available in their farms and use it in vermicomposting. This course is also designed for Agricultural extension Workers so that they will have the necessary knowledge to equip them in assisting farmers who wish to engage in vermicomposting. Success stories of individual persons and communities were included to support the viability of the technology.

    The course is developed by ATI-RTC 10 in coordination with its Subject Matter Specialist, Dr. Gerson F. Salvan, the City Agriculturist of Valencia City, Bukidnon.

  • This course focuses on how to produce organic rice through rice-duck integrated farming system. It will guide you on how to produce organic rice in combination with ducks in the field to control weeds and pests.
  • This is an e-learning demo course -- non-credited, non-certificate.

    This course gives an overview on the Alternative Pest Management (APM) for those who are starting and learning the SA farming practices. Parts of the lessons of this two-module course are the overview on pest that focuses on insects and the practices in APM that will help the learner understand that in SA farming farmers can do his or her share in protecting the environment while reducing his production costs. This is a non-certificate course that can be downloaded to your tablet and viewed offline (without Internet connection).

    This is developed by the Sustainable Agriculture (SA) Center of Xavier University based in Cagayan de Oro City.

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