Even though the sun is hot, Ka-Palay Gaudencio P is still lively. Jose Jr. with fellow trainees of “Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund – Rice Extension Service Program (RCEF-RESP) Training of Trainers (TOT) on the Production of High-Quality Inbred Rice and Seeds, and Farm Mechanization. “
According to ka-Palay, the trainer of Brillita Agri-Tourism and Skills Development Center Inc. in Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, the skill of roguing or mixing removal will help a lot not only to him but also to the farmers.
“It’s a great benefit to farmers if they can produce quality seeds because they can reduce costs,” he said about their little sacrifice under the hot sun.
Aside from roguing, agro-ecosystem analysis (AESA), and key check assessment exercise, participants from Tarlac and Nueva Ecija also learned the basic safety operation of agricultural machinery and sprayer calibration. (FB, RCEF Extension Program)
Mainit man ang araw, masigla pa din si ka-Palay Gaudencio P. Jose Jr. kasama ang mga kapwa trainees ng “RCEF Training of Trainers (TOT) on the Production of High-Quality Inbred Rice and Seeds, and Farm Mechanization.”
Ayon kay ka-Palay na trainor ng Brillita Agri-Tourism and Skills Development Center Inc. sa Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, malaki ang maitutulong ng kasanayang roguing o pag-aalis ng halo hindi lamang sa kanya kundi sa mga magsasaka.
“Malaking kapakinabangan sa mga magsasaka pag mayroon silang kakayahang magpuro ng dekalidad na binhi dahil makakamenos sila ng gastusin,” wika nya patungkol sa kanilang munting sakrispisyo sa ilalim ng mainit na araw.
Bukod sa roguing, agro-ecosystem analysis (AESA), at key check assessment exercise, natutunan rin ng mga kalahok mula Tarlac at Nueva Ecija ang basic safety operation ng mga makinaryang pambukid at sprayer calibration.