A tobacco company based in Bulacan province said it would promote the use of tobacco dust as organic fertilizer and pesticide to help at least three million tobacco farmers and their families earn more income.
By Ramon Tulfo
I read with interest former Sen. Heherson Alvarez’s article in the Inquirer’s Commentary column on Saturday about climate change and steps the government is doing to address the problem.
By Jucell Marie P. Cuyos
The Mandaue City government will soon put up stalls in malls and public markets promoting organic fertilizers produced by the establishments that will soon be required to put up their own material recovery facility (MRF)
By Kristine L. Alave
MANILA, Philippines—They may be invisible to the eye, but the microscopic fungi spores used by the University of the Philippines-Los Baños (UPLB) as organic fertilizer have the strength to keep alive millions of trees. A fungus-based fertilizer called Mykovam, which was developed by UPLB scientists, is the secret ingredient of the government’s ambitious six-year greening [...]