Animal and crop production in the College of Agriculture amidst the challenges of mobility

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The College of Agriculture continues its Income Generating Projects (IGPs) on animal and crop production through its different departments amidst the challenges of mobility brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. These IGPs include rice and seedling production, the Itik Pinas, the Layers project, and the Native Pig Production project. The rice production, being spearheaded by the Department of Crop Science (DCS), has a total land area of 11.74 ha—of which 9.12 ha is used for production and 2.62 ha is allocated for research purposes. The land area is being planted with different varieties of rice such as Long Ping 937, SL20, NSIC Rc222, Rc480, Rc216, and Rc160.

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