farmer who was able to build his house by planting and selling his alogbati and tugabang to the Negrense Volunteers for Change (NVC) Foundation for their Mingo meals. He encouraged the farmers to be diligent and earn extra income for their families.
Marañon said that he is very happy with the result of the experiment and that this kind of technology will be transferred to the farmers to give them access to higher corn production and bigger income.
A total of 1,000 bags of white flint corn were also turned over to some 27 associations of farmers all over the province.
Also present during the activity were the farmers from different towns and cities, Board Member Salvador Escalante Jr., Nisard head Boyet Uychiat, Agnes Iida, Karen Dinsay, Dina Genzola, Beth Suyod and Armando Abano./pr