Make Construction ERP Work for You

The construction sector is highly competitive and complex, and if a business wants to enter or compete in that sector, it needs all the advantages it can get. ERP for the construction industry and infrastructure has been extremely popular, and most businesses in these sectors use it. This article shows you how to effectively use […

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Are garlic and onion still making money?

Can you imagine not putting garlic or onion in any of your food? I imagine that soups, stews, and casseroles wouldn’t be as delectable, aromatic, and appetizing. But can you imagine if these high value crops are no longer planted in Philippine soils? There was a time when onion and garlic were produced abundantly in […

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How to Start a Franchising Business

1. What is Franchising? Franchising is a business method of expansion that allows an individual or group of individuals to market a product or a service and to use of the patent, trademark, trade name and the systems prescribe by the owner. 2. Who is the franchiser/franchisor and franchisee? • Franchisor/Franchiser – a legal entity […

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Philhealth Table of Contribution (Employer-Employee)

Here’s an updated Philhealth table of contribution for employer-employee share monthly premium contribution. Philhealth Premium Contribution Table Salary Bracket Salary Range Salary Base Total Monthly Premium Employee Share* Employer Share *Employee share represents half of the total monthly premium while the other half is shouldered by the employer.**For Kasambahay helper receiving a wage of less […

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7 Tips To Launch Your E-commerce Store Without Capital

Since the digitalization, everyone is looking forward to utilizing it in their respective fields. Similarly, the retail business has adopted technological advancement wisely. Almost all the big retailers have already shifted to the online platform setting up an e-commerce business, and the remaining are planning to. Apart from already existing retailers who have moved their […

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Malunggay improves lactation in dairy cattle, increases income of farmers

Malunggay (Moringa oleifera) is not only best for lactating mothers, it is also one of the scientifically-proven forage species that improves lactation in dairy cattle. Touted by scientists as a “miracle vegetable,” malunggay has high calcium content (four times the calcium in milk) and has been promoted by the World Health Organization for the past […

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How to Start a Home Bakeshop Pandesal Business

Starting your own pandesal business makes your life fun and rewarding. Pandesal is a Spanish word for “salt bread”. It is a rounded bread usually eaten by Filipinos during breakfast. It is made of flour, eggs, lard, yeast, sugar, and salt. It has a soft, powdery texture, and is eaten in a number of ways […

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Indigenous plants: Safe alternative to artificial food color

Color plays an important role in our food preference. It can predetermine how we perceive the taste and flavor of what we’re about to eat. In fresh foods, we rely on the color to determine their level of ripeness or freshness. For processed food, it becomes a whole different topic. When food undergoes processing, it […

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Building climate-resilient communities

 “Mainit na talaga…kapag nahuli ka ng tanim wala na talaga…” This is the common sentiment shared by the farmer cooperators in San Francisco and Guinyangan, Quezon. They shared that rain hasn’t poured in their area since the start of the year. Experts from the Department of Agriculture-Regional Field Office (DA-RFO) CALABARZON and agricultural technicians from […

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Beefing up Siquijor’s healthy beef

Siquijor, a tiny island province known for its mysterious and bewitching tourist attractions, is likely to be famed for yet another of its best and finest product — its beef. This is not something to be surprised about since agriculture is a predominant sector in Siquijor and cattle raising, a significant agricultural activity. Nestled between […

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Natural Enemies Control Jackfruit Pest

“Ulod sa bunga sa lanka,” technically the jackfruit fruit borer (Glyphodes caesalis Walker), is becoming a major insect pest, especially in Eastern Visayas. The fruit borer causes about 30?40% damage in jackfruit from flower bud formation up to fruit ripening. With the move to expand the jackfruit production areas in the region, this borer may […

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Wide gap in GDP contribution of Muslim region at 1% should be closed against NCR’s 36%

An ASEAN market access program aims to close a wide gap in the contribution to GDP of extremely poor regions such as the Muslim region’s minuscule 1% compared to the National Capital Region’s 36%. Data presented to a market integration program of the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study & Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) […

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