DA-BAR-ACEF Grants CLSU Php 15 million for Facility Development Projects
Research Office received multi-tilling machine/cultivator targets higher soybean quality and yield
Research Office eases potential impact of aging workforce
Innovation rules CLSU’s 31st in-house review of R&D projects; Science for Change Program focus of keynote address
Focuses on developing high yielding varieties of cereals and vegetables, making available quality seeds and developing technologies that will help increase productivity and profitability of different crops and cropping systems.
Explores, verifies and evaluates, and packages developed technologies in support of sustainable development.
Provides support to R&D activities of other program components and develops packages of technologies for special commodities useful for commercial production.