SANRI Targets Its Mandate for Greater Productivity

A cornucopia of blessings overflows as the Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resources Institute rearranged its spotlight towards serving its mandates to greater heights of productivity.

With the preliminary set of plans after having reconstituted SANRI, Prof. Jerry Esperanza, the new head of the Institute spearheaded numerous activities which positively weighed–up challenge in the realization of the development and promotion of sustainable farming systems throughout the Province more particularly in research, education, technology and product development, marketing and information system for agricultural data which are SANRI’s five goal areas.

Initially, the major team players of SANRI had the retrospection of the researches the institute need to support and oversee towards completion of the research projects. To date, there are two ongoing researches which are detailed accordingly with the specific title, proponents and target outcomes:

 

Title of Research Project

 

Proponents

 

Outcome

 

“Streamlining Research and Development for Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resources Management in the Province of Rizal”

 

Dr. German L. Penaranda

Prof. Joy M. Alano

Dr. Romeo C. Pati

Engr. Rosalinda G. Brasos

Engr Amabel P Cruz

 

ØThis study is expected to supplement information on agricultural practices in the Province and identify the research needs of farmers to develop a more comprehensive research program for the Institute.

ØTallied result of the survey conducted for Three(3) Studies

ØRequested for extension of research duration

 

“In-Situ Assessment of Trichogramma sp.as Biocontrol of Ampalaya (Momordica charantia L.) insect pests”

 

Prof. Joy M. Alano

Engr. Amabel P. Cruz

 

ØHalted due to unavailability of Trichogramma sp. from RCPC and due to pandemic ØRequested for extension of research duration

A sort of introspection has driven the prime movers of SANRI to serve by facet the things that will create a levelled-up atmosphere of positivity, creativity and productivity in the SANRI’s work and service environ. Reasons of the bull’s eye for the successful conduct of the programs, projects and activities as clearly documented in the following set of pictures.

 

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    A cornucopia of blessings overflows as the Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resources Institute rearranged its spotlight towards serving its mandates to greater heights of productivity. With the preliminary set of plans after having reconstituted SANRI, Prof. Jerry Esperanza, the new head of the Read more...