Monday, August 19, 2019

Masaganang Ani 300 Award and Support Filipino Farmers

SL Agritech Corporation (SLAC) in partnership with Go Negosyo recently launched its "Masaganang Ani 300 Award" and "Support Filipino Farmers" campaign at Annabel's Restaurant, Tomas Morato, Quezon City.
Masaganang Ani 300 aims to recognize farmers who will start harvest 300 cavans and more in  one hectare this coming cropping year using SL Agritech's hybrid rice varieties. Achievers will receive a trophy and cash prizes to be awarded every end of the second quarter by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte with SLAC Chairman & SEO, Mr. Henry Lim Bon Liong, and Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship and Go Negosyo Founder, Mr. Joey Conception at Malacanang Palace.
Qualification of Nominees for the Masaganang  Ani 300 Award 

*must be a Filipino citizen with good moral character ( Certified by Barangay Chairman)
*must not be an employee of SL Agritech Corporation, Go Negosyo, Department of Agriculture and any local Government unit
 *must have a complete record or documents of his/her farm opertions including expenses, production protocol as well as photo.

Support Filipino Farmers, on the other hand, is a campaign that wishes to support our local farmers by encouraging the consumers to prioritize buying locally produced goods especially rice. Initial efforts in creating awareness for this campaign will be seen in local supermarkets, wet markets and television appearances.   
SL Agritech Corporation has been continuously promoting the use and benefits of hybrid rice seeds in the country. Hybrid rice technology is said to be the most viable option in increasing the rice productivity without the additional land area. This is evident in the significant increment in the yield of our farmers using hybrid rice seeds. The recent records reveal that farmers can already harvest more than 300 cavans or 15 meter tons in one hectare using SLAC commercial hybrid rice seeds. 

This event serves as part of the SL Agritech Corp.'s continuous efforts to encourage our beloved farmers to continue planting rice using hybrid rice technology amidst the challenges facing the rice industry. 

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