DA-BAR

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DA-BARDepartment of Agriculture - Bureau of Agricultural Research (Philippines)
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DA-BAR Program development Division head Joell Lales said they are now aiming to come up with interventions that are meaningful and responsive to the needs of the farmers, as well as practices and studies that are specific to certain situations.
Those that already completed the program include agriculture technocrats of the DA, its attached agencies, state universities and colleges in 16 selected projects funded by DA-BAR and farm managers.
SEARCA has supported personnel training for 16 DA-BAR projects involving mango conservation in Masbate and Sorsogon, lotus production for food and medicinal purposes in Region 3, village-level processing and commercialization of abaca yarn in Region 8, development of postharvest equipment for carrot processing and marketing of sweet potato, adlay and soybean in Region 10, development and commercialization of potato products and commercialization of organically-grown cucumber and carrots in Bukidnon.
He continues to advise small Cavendish banana farmers like Jonas Mauro, Sonny Puyod and guide government research councils like PCAARRD and DA-BAR on their banana R&D.
The COA noted that since the memorandum of agreement (MOA) between the DA-BAR and PhilRice was signed only on March 17, 2014 and the release of funds only started on May 13 of the same year, the completion of the project was extended until December 2016.
DA-BAR AT AGRILINK -- The Bureau of Agricultural Research of the Department of Agriculture will showcase at the 2014 Agrilink trade show successful technologies and products generated and funded under its National Technology Commercialization Program (NTCP).
DA-BAR funded the P4-million multipurpose RandD building which plays a vital role in providing farmers the means of access to the various farming technologies generated from the works of the RandD community.
Among the institutions involved in such science forums were the CCC, University of the Philippines Los BaAaAaAeA~os (UPLB), the UPLB-based Southea Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Agricultural Research (DA-BAR), International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Asia-Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN), German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), German Agency for International Cooperation-Philippines through the CCC, and International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.
The research project was funded by the Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Agricultural Research (DA-BAR) and carried out by the Philippine government-hosted Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) with the help of University of the Philippines Los BaAaAaAeA~os (UPLB) expert