Sakit sa ulo at bulsa ng mga magsasaka ang climate change. Sangkatutak na kabawasan sa ani ang labis na pagkatuyot at ang nag-uumapaw na tubig dulot ng labis na pag-ulan

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A PhilRice-IRRI study recommends the use of hybrid varieties, optimal use of fertilizers, training of more farmers on rice technologies, and educating future farmers as some of the ways to boost rice productivity in the country. These recommendations came from the study titled Benchmarking the Philippine Rice Economy Relative to Major Rice-Producing Countries in Asia. Co-implemented by PhilRice and IRRI, the study was presented in a research seminar on 3 […]

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The Rural Transformation Movement (RTM) of the Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) conducted a series of mind-setting workshops among the PhilRice staff in all stations to inculcate the value of entrepreneurial principles in rice R&D.  PhilRice has embraced a paradigm to ensure that its rice R&D programs could create a holistic impact among rural farming areas. Reports suggest that while there have been rice production gains achieved over the years, […]

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On the 30th Anniversary of PhilRice, the elements of the logo symbolize a farmer holding a bilao (woven tray) with rice. Taken from the top point of view, 3 characterizes his arms and 0, his hat. The grains of rice along the corners embody the 30 longs years of the Institute’s journey. They come in all shapes and colors – as diverse as PhilRice’s accomplishments and challenges in the service of the Filipino farmers for […]

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Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) is a government corporate entity attached to the Department of Agriculture created through Executive Order 1061 on 5 November 1985 (as amended) to help develop high-yielding and cost-reducing technologies so farmers can produce enough rice for all Filipinos.

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