By protecting fisheries, humanity can raise yearly wild seafood yields by 100 million metric tonnes – enough to feed a billion people every day, forever
Known as glass-gem corn in Central America, the rainbow corn variety is introduced in Zamboanga by farmer Mark Basaluddin
'Neither allowing the National Food Authority to solely import rice, nor stopping all rice imports, is good for the Filipino consumer or the Filipino rice farmer,' says an economic policy think tank
Dismissed Palace undersecretary Halmen Valdez talks about rice, the Cabinet, and the issues that divide the President's appointees
Philippine Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III, once an agriculture chief, raises the Philippines' two-decade concern in his meeting with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop
The color-coded guide map provides data that farmers need to identify the type of crops suitable for their land
Candon Youth Movement engages Ilocos Sur youth for projects on public health, agriculture, and education
Mexico is now threatening to buy from elsewhere, worrying corn growers in some of the very same US states that voted heavily in favor of Trump
Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Panjaitan says it could take up to 100 years to restore the corals in Raja Ampat
EXCLUSIVE: Photos sourced by Rappler show the damage at Crossover Reef, after cruise vessel Caledonian Sky rammed into the coral reefs
The Indonesian government vows to take action, and slams Captain Keith Michael Taylor who was steering the cruise at the time of destruction.
(UPDATED) The incident caused damage to Crossover Reef in Raja Ampat, Indonesia, which has been voted among the best diving spots in the world.
The UP Genetic Researchers and Agricultural Innovators Society strives to uphold awareness on the ways, means, and science behind agricultural biotechnology to help students and farmers alike
The Department of Agriculture hires Roben Abdella to help handle the government's livelihood and education program for the country's sea gypsies
Scientists and consumer groups say there is not enough evidence yet to shed light on the potential risks of gene editing, particularly regarding its trickle-down effects on the environment and the ecosystem
Nearly 5 million people are facing starvation and famine, the government says
People’s Disaster Risk Reduction Network Executive Director Esteban Masagca explains that in the crafting of a new recovery plan, the farmers and the most affected people should be involved
In its denial of the prosecutors' motion for reconsideration, it says the prosecutors 'ignorantly accused the court of going beyond its authority to determine probable cause'
Five others are injured after violence erupted at the Nemesio Tan estate in Pilar, Capiz
Guiel Albiola belongs to a new generation of coffee traders and farmers who are fighting to keep the industry alive
Press Secretary Spicer: 'I don't think it's any surprise that when there's an administration turnover, that we're going to review the policies.'
Agrarian Reform Chief Rafael “Ka Paeng” V. Mariano, then secretary-general of Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas, is one of the many farmers who were at the Mendiola protest in 1987
Part 1: Many coconut farmers have died waiting in vain, and with them went the hope they would one day reap the 'rewards' of what's seen as among the biggest scams of the century
The agriculture sector, which employs more than 85,000 children, has the highest incidence of child labor in the country
Through a $3-million grant from the New Zealand government, FAO is currently supporting the recovery of 10,475 farming and fishing households in the province of Cotabato
Lanao del Sur governor Soraya Adiong says failure to protect the lake will have a negative impact not only on the lives of the Maranaos but all Mindanaoans
The DA-Davao City officials earlier admitted that no pre-bidding conference was conducted, but claimed they were not involved in the process
The typhoon inflicted casualties, damage to agriculture and infrastructure, and left many people in Oriental Mindoro still without electricity as they welcome the new year
The typhoon that made landfall on Christmas Day also leaves at least P83.46 million worth of damage to infrastructure, according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council
Landbank will initiate a 're-engineering' of the credit facilities for small stakeholders in the agriculture sector, and encourage them to enter into 'corporatives'
Tycoons like Manny V. Pangilinan, Ramon Ang, and Lucio Tan declare their support for the Duterte administration's bid to unleash the economic potential of violence-stricken Sulu
The P2 billion will cover the maintenance expenses of irrigation facilities that the National Irrigation Administration charges from farmers
The draft implementing rules and regulations of Anti-Agricultural Smuggling Act of 2016 aim to impose stiffer penalties for smugglers of agriculture products
Commission on Appointments member Josephine Ramirez-Sato questions the agriculture chief's stance on lifting the importation quota and the transfer of DA bureaus
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The anti-graft court says there is no evidence that the former agriculture undersecretary pocketed P50 million or higher from the fertilizer fund scam
The couple was heard crying out for help, but their faint voices faded quickly. In the end, they died with their two young daughters. Only their 13-year-old son made it out alive.
The 6.5-magnitude quake kills at least 97 and injures hundreds more.
The Philippine Competition Commission will review these 4 sectors next year to check for possible anti-competitive measures
A study warns of a dire threat to human welfare if the falls in bee and butterfly numbers are not halted
Oxfam in the Philippines calls on the government 'to protect the people who grow our food, especially the most vulnerable small-scale women farmers'
The Philippines is 'the fastest-growing among major Asian emerging economies that have already released data for the quarter,' says NEDA
The incoming head of the National Irrigation Administration says among his goals is to provide free irrigation services to farmers
Rice crops suffered the most with recorded P2.7 billion worth of damage, according to latest information from the Provincial Agricultural Office
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