The Agricultural Systems Institute (ASI) will (i) provide quality instruction and training in agricultural systems science, soil science and agricultural extension; (ii) generate relevant and appropriate research and/or development programs utilizing systems theories, methodologies and strategies towards sustainable agricultural enterprises; and (iii) develop and promote innovative and effective agricultural extension approaches for countryside development. ASI will also operationalize the mandate of the Farming Systems and Soil Resources Institute (FSSRI) of developing and promoting systems oriented methodologies, strategies and technologies that will improve the productivity, profitability, and sustainability of farming systems (i.e. rice, corn, coconut, sugar cane and fruit-based farming systems) in the lowland, upland and hillyland agroecosystems.

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Sunday, 28 May 2017
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