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December 2023 - Vol. 106 No. 4
BUFFALO CALVES. Calves eventually serve as the productive unit of the herd and need to be protected, managed, and fed properly for their population to grow economically at an optimum rate. Underfee...
September 2023 - Vol. 106 No. 3
Mango (Mangifera indica L.) cv. Carabao. This export cultivar, known for its superior taste and quality, has limited marketability and shelflife due to its perishability and susceptibility to posth...
June 2023 - Vol. 106 No. 2
PILI NUT (CANARIUM OVATUM ENGL.) CV. MAYON KERNEL. Pili nut is an indigenous crop in the Philippines, widely cultivated in the Bicol region. It is also a rich source of protein and other nutrients....
March 2023 - Vol. 106 No. 1
Mussaenda ‘Dolores A. Ramirez’ is a hybrid variety named in honor of the National Scientist Dolores A. Ramirez for her outstanding contributions to the field of genetics. It is an outstanding selec...
December 2022 – Vol. 105 No. 4
Huanglongbing (HLB) caused by Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus and tristeza caused by Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) are the major diseases affecting citrus species including calamansi (Citrofortunel...
September 2022 – Vol. 105 No. 3
Use of leaf spectral reflectance of corn for water stress analysis. A remote sensing approach called spectral reflectance determination allows measurement of crop spectral properties to be taken fa...
June 2022 – Vol. 105 No. 2
Carrot remains one of the priority vegetable crops of the Philippines, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (2020), with the Cordillera Administrative Region as the major producer in 20...
March 2022 – Vol. 105, No. 1
Healthy Nile tilapia and red tilapia. Tilapia is a cheap source of protein. However, diseases caused by viruses such as the Tilapia Lake Virus (TiLV) can affect the culture of this fish. Logronio e...