Even as we continue to promote farmer education on IPM principles and knowledge, it is important to start paying attention to the amount of investment...

The Loc Troi Group believes that sustainable agricultural practices, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and mitigating the effects of climate change, are...

In the late 1960s, newly developed, high-yielding rice varieties launched the Asian Green Revolution, which rapidly pushed up yields and allowed rice production to keep pace with population growth. In the Philippines, as in many other countries, widespread use of pesticides expanded in step with the new varieties. This was largely due to concerns that crop losses from...

(Photo: IRRI) The first Green Revolution substantially increased rice production in the Philippines, using a package of new seeds, fertilizer and irrigation....