Benguet State Universty (BENGSU) has benchmarked Bataan Peninsula State University’s (BPSU) science and technology-based research project on mango farming.
“BENGSU recently conducted impact study of science and technology community-based farming (STCBF) on mango production we implemented from 2013-2015 with selected farmer cooperators. The STCBF project was funded by DOST PCAARRD”, said BPSU Vice President for Research, Extension, and Training Services Hermogenes Paguia.
BENGSU researchers conducted interview and farm documentation to mango farmer cooperators Anthony Villanueva and Totoy Dilig in Balanga City. Mango farms of adopters in Dangcol, Balanga City and Salian, Abucay were also visited.
Paguia said the science and technology-based mango farming (STMF) in the Zoocobia Theme Park was also documented by BENGSU team.
Marlon Steva, Zoocobia project coordinator, provided highlights and milestone of the research. He shared the project since its establishment in 2017 has been an attraction for the guests and tourists.
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