IPAM Structured Learning
In Structured Learning, trainers and content creators will be involved in activities like enrolling learners, adding courses and creating learning materials, handling sessions and provide certification. IPAM will collaborate with universities and learning institutions to offer certification-based courses on agroecology to students.

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    Course Description

    This course is for viewing only, but if you are interested to take the full course, please contact the following:

    Mr. Shen R. Maglinte
    Sibol Ng Agham At Teknolohiya (SIBAT),
    Manila  Philippines
    Tel Nos. 632-9288316/9268971
    Email: admin@sibat-inc.org/shen_maglinte@yahoo.com


    This course provides the historical background expounding the detrimental aspects of chemical farming, participants shall be able to discuss the root causes of the pesticide problem and the various approaches in addressing the problem. Furthermore, they shall agree on the fundamental principles of Alternative Pest Management as the most viable and appropriate solution in agricultural production.


    Course Objective

    Specifically, at the end of the course  the participants should be able to:


          Discuss concepts and principles of ecology as it relates to non-chemical farming system


    m        Identify the significant stages in the history Green Revolution and its impact to the peoples health, farmers socio-economic conditions and the environment, as well as agricultural policies in the Third World context; and


    m        Discuss the fundamental framework, principles, strategies and approaches of the various agricultural alternatives, after the discussion on the APM program in comparison with IPM and conventional approaches.

    Course Description

    Summary - This training contains the modules and assessment on - Organic Paddy cultivation System of Rice Intensification (SRI). 

    Course Objective

    This training is to:

    • Reduce seed rate
    • Minimize Water usage
    • Increase crop yield thru organic

    Course Description

    The demand for organically grown crops is on the rise. To be successful, producers need to understand the principles behind soil and crop management and become familiar with organically acceptable practices. "Organic Field Crop Management" addresses the criteria for optimum yield and quality of field crops within the context of organic farming principles, sustainable soil and nutrient management

    It's a Free Course

    No specific duration for this course - It can be learned by anyday

    Course Objective

    Learn organic management practices for crop establishment, maintenance, harvest, and storage. Gain an appreciation of the opportunities and challenges for marketing organic grains, in particular the impact of GMOs.