Rappler's latest stories on organic farming
One of the problems faced by shops offering organic food is a Japanese obsession with how fruit and vegetables look and are packaged
Benjamin Maggay, former mayor of Cervantes, notices that whenever their farmers use chemicals, they develop lung problems two to three days after
Being ambitious is not a bad thing. Small in geography need not mean 'small-country mentality and policies.'
For Kai Farms' Karla Delgado, organic doesn't have to be expensive
Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol says the market demand should dictate which farming method farmers in different areas can use
An expatriate asks about the future of farmers and organic agriculture in the Philippines
Training in organic farming in Isabela helps farmers like Mang Kikoy recover from disasters and other calamities
The Manila mayor encourages the rich and landed residents to let poor families use their perimeter walls as vertical vegetable gardens to help solve the problem of hunger
Mokusaku developed in Japan is now being used in Benguet to combat the use of synthetic fertilizers and chemicals
How has one social enterprise helped Mindanao farmers produce more and rise above their vulnerability to conflict?
Women have a big role in ending hunger not just in their families but also in the community
The goal of the group is to bring aquaponics to places that need it most: places where you thought it was impossible to grow anything in
Negros Occidental s first Army Wellness Farm is designed to ensure food security and generate basic income for former rebels threatened witnesses army personnel and displaced civilians in the hinterlands
After her organic farm of 30 years was destroyed by super typhoon Haiyan Martina Rayna used her resources to generate jobs and money for her 28 employees This is her story
Senator Aquilino Pimentel III will ask the Ombudsman and the Commission on Audit to to check for other possible cases of forgery in the use of the organic farming fund
Eulita Dumpay and her family struggle to make ends meet when Super Typhoon Yolanda destroyed their only source of livelihood – coconut farming
Agriculturists help improve the hunger situation in a small town by teaching in the local high school in Pangasinan
Davao City supports organic farming in promoting good health among families Is your city also going green?
An NGO says farmers have enough indigenous technology to sustain our food needs
Third party certification will allow organic farming practitioners to participate in international trade
When chickens and pigs grow at a natural pace and environment they are healthier