Davao City declared as 'Cacao Capital of the Philippines'

Cacao can now also be part of Davao's pride following Agriculture Secretary William D. Dar's declaration that Davao City is the 'Cacao Capital of the Philippines.'

SALUTE TO OUR GOVERNMENT WORKERS | The Department of Agriculture -XI joins the whole nation in the observance of the 120th Philippine Civil Service Anniversary.

Focusing on the theme: "Philippine Civil Service @120: Public Sector in the Age of Digital Transformation" underscores the use of emerging technologies in the pursuit of efficient public service delivery in the Philippine government amid COVID-19 pandemic. | via HR Section

Happy birthday, DA-XI Regional Executive Director Ricardo M. Oñate, Jr.!
Cheers to more years filled with blessings as you continue to inspire others to work for the development of the agriculture sector and for the benefit of every farmer in the Davao region. | via RAFIS11

The current health crisis has resulted to cancellation of this year's Kadayawan festivities, which include the Annual Durian Festival, one of the venue for marketing durian and other tropical fruits during its peak

With this, the Department of Agriculture in Region XI (DA-XI) through its Agribusiness and Marketing Assistance Division (AMAD) facilitates the marketing agreement between Durian Industry Association of Davao City (DIADC) and John Gold Cargo Forwarder, a Davao-based company providing logistics services by bringing various products from Mindanao to Metro Manila and other parts of the country.

DIADC committed to transport 15 tons of fruits daily or six times
a week such as durian, mangosteen, lanzones, and marang.

John Gold President and CEO John T. Baricuatro said his company will provide the aircraft space with a special rates of P35 per kilo from Mindanao to Metro Manila and Mindanao to Visayas.

The first send-off was held on September 1 at the Davao International Airport. | via Celso Vergara and Feliz Lim, RAFIS11

TECH TALK ON FAW | Join us in our Webinar on Management of Fall Army Worm (FAW) on Monday, August 31, 2020 at 9:00 am. Livestreaming here at Agri Info Davao FB Page.

Find out why FAW is a major threat to leading agri crops with our resource speaker: Entomologist May Flor J. Parcon of DA- Regional Crop Protection Center.

You can send your questions in our comment section during our livestreaming.

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