Friday, June 14, 2024

Fire Insp. Salga gipasidunggan

Gitunol ang pasidungog ngadto kang Fire Inspector Mary Ranilie Ladrillo Salga

Nahigayon ang pagtunol niadtong Mayo 21, 2024 didto sa Sangguniang Panlunsod (SP) Session Hall sa Old City Hall building sa Malaybalay City atol sa 92nd regular session sa SP.

Kaniadtong Abril 16 atol sa 87th regular session sa SP, giduso ni Konsehal Zoltan Dindo D. Dinlayan nga hatagan og Recognition si Salga isip Top six nga nag-graduate sa Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) LAYAG-DIWA Class of 2024.

Si Fire Inspector Salga gikan sa Barangay 10 sa Malaybalay City.

Siya kinamagulangang anak sa kanhing empleyado sa City Government of Malaybalay nga si late Ramon Salga ug Nelly L. Salga.

Produkto siya sa Malaybalay City Central School (MCCS), Bukidnon National High School (BNHS) ug Cagayan de Oro College (COC) sa wala pa siya nisulod sa PNPA. (Diego M. Hidalgo)

Malaybalay receives eBOSS commendation from ARTA

MALAYBALAY CITY, Bukidnon (May 21, 2024) – The city government of Malaybalay has received a commendation for implementing the electronic Business One-Stop Shop (eBOSS) system

City Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran took the lead in receiving the distinction recognition as one of the Philippines’ completely compliant local government entities with the eBOSS system.
Atty. Ernesto V. Perez, secretary of the Anti Red Tape Authority (ARTA), personally handed out the Certificate of Commendation to the local government.
On May 21, 2024, the award ceremony was conducted at the People’s Hall of the New City Hall in Malaybalay.
Perez confirmed that Malaybalay is the 31st recipient of the honor.
He stated that, as mandated by Republic Act 11032, also known as the Ease of Doing Business (EODB) Law, eBOSS is a single online portal that provides clients with access to all necessary services and information for business registration, such as application submission, online payment, and electronic issuance of documents.
He said President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. always reminded local government units to promote bureaucratic efficiency including the streamlining and digitization of all government processes as part of the Bagong Pilipinas campaign.
According to the director general of ARTA, the program is part of the Marcos administration’s eight-point socioeconomic strategy.
“The recognition signifies that Malaybalay City has met the needed requirements to receive the commendation,” Perez said.
He added that in Bukidnon, only Malaybalay City and the town of Manolo Fortich have complied with the digitalization of business transactions so far as monitored.
He said that Valencia City, Maramag, Kibawe, Quezon, Don Carlos, Impasug-ong, San Fernando, and other towns hope to receive the same recognition.
“RA 11032, or the Ease of Doing Business Law aims to eradicate red tape,” Perez stated.
He went on to say that one of the conditions for Ease of Doing Business is that the local government have an updated Citizen’s Charter to use as a guide for all transactions.
Mayor Pabillaran said that as mayor of Malaybalay, he is honored to accept the accolade.
He also stressed that the city is transparent in all government transactions, including bidding processes.
He also recognized the city employees’ efforts to the success of the eBOSS system.
Jutchel L. Dayra, regional director of ARTA regional office 10, stated that the inspection and assessment procedure for eBOSS in Malaybalay was just completed in March. (melbmadera)

DA-10 backs Bukidnon’s Kadiwa ng Pangulo

MALAYBALAY CITY, Bukidnon (April 01, 2024/PIA) – The Department of Agriculture in Northern Mindanao (DA-NorMin) commits to support the continued rolling out of the Katuwang sa Diwa at Gawa Para sa Masaganang Ani at Mataas na Kita (Kadiwa) ng Pangulo or KNP across Bukidnon province

“As the lead convenor, DA will secure an ample supply of agri-fishery products in every KNP site by engaging local farmers and fisherfolk as sellers,” DA-NorMin Regional Executive Director Carlene Collado said.

 

He emphasized that KNP aims to stimulate consumer spending, assist local farmers in selling agri-produce, provide market opportunities to MSMEs, and ensure accessible and affordable goods.

 

The Kadiwa program adheres to the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) Memorandum No. 2024-003, as reiterated by President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in his State-of-the-Nation Address, citing the KNP as a system to enable the public to buy cheaper goods at cheaper rates and the farmers to sell their crops without having to worry about transportation costs.

 

The agriculture department started rolling out the Kadiwa in July last year, which seeks to empower the farming community by providing a direct and effective farm-to-consumer food supply chain.

 

In addition to ensuring a sufficient supply of agricultural products, DA is tasked with tracking the number of sellers and earnings for each Kadiwa event.

 

Through its Agribusiness and Marketing Assistance Division, DA-NorMin closely collaborates with the provincial government of the five provinces in Northern Mindanao to ensure a unified approach to KNP across the region.

 

During the recent Bukidnon Provincial Price Coordinating Council (PPCC) first quarter meeting, the DILG outlined the roles of involved government agencies in KNP, including the local government units (LGUs), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), DILG, and DA.

 

The Bukidnon PPCC urged all LGUs to conduct KNP twice a month, preferably on the 15th and 30th, complying with the circular.

 

It also pushed for activating the Local Price Coordinating Council (LPCC) in each town and city, in line with its recently developed action plan. (DA-10/PIA 10/Bukidnon)

P49.8M concrete pavement project sa Brgy. Imbayao gitugyan

Gitugyan na kaniadtong Enero, 25, 2024 ang concrete pavement project sa City Government of Malaybalay sa Brgy. Imbayao

Sumala sa kasayoran, ang proyekto ng adunay kalayoon nga 2.2 kilometros ang kantidad nga P49,898,854.46.

Ang pondo sa proyekto gikan sa 20 percent sa General Fund sa Fiscal Year 2022.

Ang contarctor sa proyekto mao ang Jorvivs Construction Corp.

Si Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran ang nanguna sa pagtugyan sa proyekto inubanan sa 9th Sanguniang panglungsod members sa pagpangulo ni City Vice Mayor Estelito Marabe.

Diha usab sa pagtugyan ang mga opisyales sa Brgy. Imbayao, persohane sa City Engineers Office, DILG, ug monitoring inspectorate. (melbmadera)

Serbisyo alang sa congenital patients pagatutokan

Ang dakbayan sa Malaybalay uban sa kaabag nga grupo gikatakdang magtutok sa paghatag sa mas maayong serbisyo alang sa congenital patients

Ang maong kalamboan mitumaw human giaprobahan sa Sangguniang Panlungsod ang Resolution No. 2024-0588 nga nagtugot ni Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran sa pagsulod sa isa ka Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) tali sa City Government of Malaybalay (CGM) ug sa CURE Philippines, Inc.

Sumala sa kasayoran, ang MOA naglatid mahitungod sa pre-surgery, surgery ug post-surgery services uban sa pagsuporta ngadto sa mga pasyente nga adunay congenital nga kondisyon.

Nasayran nga human sa masusing pagtuon, atol sa ika 75th regular session niadtong Enero 16, 2024, giduso ni Konsehal Kathleen Cecille C. Pagaling ug hiniusang giuyunan sa konseho nga pagahatagan og pagtugot ang mayor sa pagsulod sa nasangpit nga MOA.

Tungod niini, mahatagan sa pagtagad ang maayong panglawas ang mga kabataan labi na kadtong adunay mga congenital nga kondisyon dinhi sa siyudad sa Malaybalay.

Kaniadtong Nobyembre 24, 2023, ang buhatan sa mayor nag-endorso ngadto sa SP uban sa paghangyo nga pagatugutan si Pabillaran sa pagsulod sa isa ka MOA tali sa CGM ug sa CURE Philippines, Inc. mahitungod sa nasangpit nga serbisyo.

Nasayran nga ang CURE Philippines, Inc. isa ka non-stock, non-profit organization nga nanag-iya ug nag-operate sa isa ka hospital nga ginganlang Tebow CURE Children’s Hospital of the Philippines nga nahimutang sa Davao City.

Sila gahatag sa surgeries ngadto sa mga bata ubos sa 18-anyos ang edad nga adunay congenital condition sama sa bungi, busngi, lip tie, club foot, bowed legs ug uban pang mga deformities.

Ang lokal nga pangagamhanan gimandoan sa paghatag og serbisyo, pagpalambo ug pagprotektar sa katawhan labi na sa maayong panglawas.

Ang CGM maoy gitahasan sa pag-identify sa pasyente, paghatag og venue, pagkaon o snack sa partisipante ug transportation sa pasyente.

Ang duha ka partido miuyon sa uban pang mga termino ug kondisyon nga natala sa nasangpit nga MOA. (SP-NADA/melbmadera)

Malaybalay gets trading post under DA’s Kadiwa Financial Grant Assistance

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – To sell the agricultural products of farmers, the Department of Agriculture – Regional Field Office turns over the P9.6-million (M) trading post to the City Government of Malaybalay in Bukidnon, on January 17

Located in the market site of Barangay 9 of said city, this will serve as a trading post for farmers’ cooperatives, and associations (FCAs) to increase productivity in agricultural and fishery production in localities.

DA-10 Regional Technical Director for Operations Carlota S. Madriaga said that the project aims to establish a centralized marketing platform that is accessible to link farmers to consumers ensuring the availability and accessibility of food commodities in high consumer demand areas.

Under the leadership of DA’s Secretary Francisco P. Tiu Laurel Jr., modernization of agriculture and digitalization are among the priorities in his administration, in which the farmers should coordinate, converge, and cooperate for the project to be successful from the national down to the local government units, Madriaga added.

Out of the total project cost, CLGU Malaybalay counterparted P4.6-M and DA-10 provided P5-M funded under the Marketing Development Services of the Agribusiness and Marketing Assistance Division (AMAD).

Over 10 identified FCAs producing vegetables, spices, processed foods, and livestock by-products will benefit from the project, enabling them to link producers directly to consumers.
Also, the City Economic Enterprise Development Office (CEEDMO) of Malaybalay will be in-charge in the operation and maintenance of the facility.

One of the beneficiaries of the facility, Marlyn J. Gallardo, chairman of the Vegetable Growers Association said that through the trading post, many farmers can expand their opportunity to sell their agricultural commodities and will help elevate the economy of the city.

[Pinaagi sa trading post, daghang mga mag-uuma ang mopalapad sa kahigayonan sa pagbaligya sa ilang mga palaliton sa agrikultura ug tinguha sa pagpataas sa ekonomiya niining syudad.]

Malaybalay City Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran emphasized that the government continues to provide facilities to support and encourage the farmers to be more resilient and proactive, urging careful planning to address and enhance the resilience of farmers against challenges.

Attending the event were Vice-Mayor Estelito R. Marabe, Sangguniang Panglalawigan Committee on Agriculture Alan Ryan O. Legaspi, DA-AMAD Agriculturist II Helen M. Roldan, Bukidnon Provincial Operations Center chief Janet D. Lopez, DVM, Engineer III Alden C. Tapio of the Regional Agricultural Engineering Division (RAED), and other city officials. (MPMT)

Heirs of Datus Mampaalong, Mansikiabo hold annual Sakub ritual

MALAYBALAY CITY (BukidnonNews.Net/20 January 2024) The heirs of Datu Mampaalong and Datu Mansikiabo ancestors of the Bukidnon Tribe held a ritual on January 20, 2024, in Sakub, a riverine sacred historical site

Datu Maayun-ayun Arthur “Tiboy” Melendez led the annual ritual also known as Panungdan Panalawaig Pamuhat ta Sakub Salubseb, which pays respect to the spirits that guard the river and the water that flows through it.

Malaybalay City Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran led dignitaries who attended the ritual. Also present were City Council Chair of the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources, Councilor Allan Ryann Legaspi and City SK Federation President Christopher Lambert Tortola, Brgy 7 Punong Barangay Digs Ramos, Barangay 2 Punong Barangay Vinci Melendez, Brgy 7 Kagawad Emilio Cahilig, Brgy. 4 Kagawad Jet Tulang, and media personality Eric Cacay, based on reports by Erlow D. Talatala.

Datu Maayun-ayun Arthur O. Melendez, the tribal leader, told BukidnonNews.Net in 2020 the ritual should be held every year at the strike of new moon. He added that it is important for the tribe as well as the rest of the city to hold the annual ritual as it promotes mutual respect, understanding, and unity.

The datu cited free and prior informed consent and mutual sharing of information as among the principles promoted in the ritual. In the past, visitors to the town used to pay courtesy to the site as a sign of respect for the story of the town and its people.

Back in 2020, he added that the heirs do the ritual to mark a cultural reawakening in the city. They plan to hold cultural reorientation and education.

The ritual is usually attended by tribal elders and leaders from other parts of Bukidnon and other members of the community.

For him, Panalawaig is important for the city as water is important to life. In Binukid, water is “wahig”. He said they can trace the importance of paying respect to creations in the foundations of the city, even before the Spaniards declared it as a pueblo or town.

Datu Maayun-ayun relates to BukidnonNews.Net the story of ancestor Amay Manlanot, who came even before Datu Mampaalong and Datu Mansikiabo. The tribal leader came to the spring site one day. Somehow, he dropped his sakub (scabbard or sheath of a blade weapon) on one part of the river, and swam for it but never resurfaced.

Since then, the tribe has called the place Sakub, which is near the San Isidro Bridge in Impalambong, along the Sawaga River. It is close to the original market site of Malaybalay, along Bahada, in the boundary of Brgy 4 and Brgy. 7.

In September 2019, the City Government of Malaybalay passed an ordinance declaring Sakub a talengdanen (sacred site) and Salubseb spring as an anthropological and historical site of the indigenous peoples.

The ordinance, authored by City Councilor Louel M. Tortola and then Vice Mayor Jay Warren Pabillaran was sponsored by then City IP Mandatory Representative Bede Blaise Omao Maghilom. It recognized that the city government is duty-bound to maintain unity, peace, and understanding by promoting mutual respect among the city’s inhabitants.

Datu Maayon-ayon said in 2020 that the ordinance is important in the tribe’s efforts for cultural reawakening and the genuine development of the city.

Datu Mampaalong of the Melendez clan and Datu Mansikiabo, his counterpart in the Moreno clan are recognized forefathers of the Bukidnon tribe in Malaybalay City. (BukidnonNews.Net)

Datu Maayon-ayon Arthur “Tiboy” Melendez speaks during a portion of the ritual. (Erlow D. Talatala)


Tourists flocked to Don Carlos, Bukidnon on January 20 to 21, 2024 to join parishioners as they celebrate the town fiesta in honor of the Sto Nino (child Jesus). The local version of the Sinulog Festival was marked with religious, entertainment, and public showcases. Photos courtesy of Sinulog sa Don Carlos 2024 FB Page/LGU Don Carlos/BukidnonNews.Net

Malaybalay’s 1st centenarian gets P100K

MALAYBALAY CITY, Bukidnon (January 12, 2024) – The City Government of Malaybalay has provided a one-time incentive of P100,000.00 to a centenarian in Brgy. Managok here

City Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran personally gave the incentive to Ms. Marina Marquez Encabo at her home in Purok 3, Brgy. Managok, January 10, 2024.

In addition, Encabo received a Certificate of Recognition for her extraordinary longevity.

According to a press release, the incentive for Encabo was granted in compliance with City Ordinance No. 988, series of 2021.

Encabo is the first centenarian to earn such an accolade from the City Government of Malaybalay.

The granted funds came from the city government’s Gender and Development (GAD) budget.

Pabillaran presented Encabo with the cheque and the certificate of appreciation in the presence of representatives from the Office of Senior Citizens Affairs (OSCA) and the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO).

Encabo was born on March 16, 1922.

She was recognized in accordance with Republic Act 10868, often known as the Centenarian Act of 2016.

This law recognizes and pays tribute to Filipinos who attain the astounding milestone of reaching 100 years of age, regardless of their location inside the Philippines or overseas.

This initiative reflects the City Government’s commitment to acknowledging and celebrating the important achievements and longevity of its older residents. (melbmadera)

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City Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran personally presents Ms. Marina Marquez Encabo with a one-time P100,000 incentive and a Certificate of Recognition at her residence at Purok 3, Brgy. Managok on January 10, 2024. (PR)

Brgy. San Martin beat secures ‘Miss Malaybalay 2023’ crown!

MALAYBALAY CITY – On December 28, 2023, the Kaamulan Open Theatre witnessed the grandeur of the most anticipated event in Malaybalay, where 15 equally stunning and remarkable women vied for the prestigious title of Miss Malaybalay 2023

The competition encompassed four categories: the production number, where candidates showcased their dance routine titled “SAKA ta Malaybalay” – the city’s phenomenal promotional theme song, swimwear, preliminary Q and A (held earlier in the morning), and evening gown.

At the conclusion of the event, Ms. Genirose Calambro, a Master of Business Administration student at Capitol University from Barangay San Martin, emerged victorious.

Ms. Calambro not only secured the Miss Malaybalay 2023 title but also garnered several special awards, including Best in Swimsuit, Best in Gown, Pretty Fresh Choice Award, Avail Beauty Philippine Choice Award, and Miss El Clinica Dental.

The first runner-up (Miss Malaybalay – Agri Eco Tourism 2023), Ms. Krissha Nely C. Tago from Barangay San Jose, clinched the Ms. Luxrynph02, Ms. Gemma’s Choice Award, Ms. Congeniality, and Best in Production Number.

Other members of the winning circle were Ms. Christine Roselle Angela G. Torres of Barangay 05 – 2nd Runner Up (Miss Malaybalay – Kultura 2023), Ms. Apple Mae Lucero of Barangay 11 – 3rd Runner Up (Miss Malaybalay – Sports Tourism 2023), and Ms. Liz Leanna M. Lapuz of Barangay 02 – 4th Runner Up (Miss Malaybalay – Adventure Tourism 2023).

Other finalists of the pageant included Ma. Sheinah M. Salvo – Patpat, Deejay Claire L. Jabayjabay – Can-ayan, Ms. Trixie Lapar of Barangay 07, who also received the Darling of the Press and Miss Photogenic Awards, Reizel Jean Gorre of St. Peter, Necolle S. Sario of Kalasungay, Aryhen Mae D. Ranoa of Laguitas, Maria Michaela R. Boral of Barangay 09, Aya Katrice D. Genosa of Sinanglanan, Erica Jhude P. Sulatan of Casisang, and Kheena April C. Litanon of Sumpong.

The glittering night was graced by the presence of the country’s most sought-after personalities in pageantry, including Ms. Michelle Arceo – Reina Hispanoamericana Filipinas 2023, Jan Mendajar – World-renowned pageant and runway coach, Mr. Norman Tinio – Pageant Blogger, Dr. Erwin John Elmido – Dentist of the Stars, and Mr. Francis Chee – Creative Director of Miss World Philippines. The event was hosted by Cagayan de Oro’s renowned hosts, Ms. Christer Kim and Elton Ladd.

City Mayor Jay Warren R. Pabillaran, in his speech, emphasized that competitions like this provide a platform for young women in Malaybalay to showcase their beauty, talent, and causes.
Ms. Calambro, as the newly crowned Miss Malaybalay 2023, is set to have an exciting year ahead, participating in various programs and activities of the city and representing the city in Miss World Philippines later this year.

The event’s success was made possible through the efforts of the Technical Working Group, headed by City Administrator Atty. Anna Marie R. Bergado, with members including City Councilors Hon. Kathleen Cecile C. Pagaling and Hon. Royland M. Orquia, Ms. Honolu Marie C. Cruzin – Supervising Tourism Operations Officer, Dr. Dennis P. Sangalang – City Health Officer, Mr. Carlito R. Juarez – City Accountant, Ms. Dioscora R. Niere – CGSO Designate, Ms. Ma. Anita L. Fernandez – City ENRO, Mr. Romeo R. Lapeciros -CCEDM Officer Designate, and Mr. Alan J. Comiso – CDRRM Officer. The City Government of Malaybalay, headed by Mayor Pabillaran, played a crucial role in the event’s success.

The event was brilliantly staged and choreographed by Ms. B Productions, led by Ms. Beatrize Eduave. (Contributor: Marven Jan A. Nadela, City Tourism-NADA)

21 ka mag-uuma migraduwar sa farmers-field-school sa Organic Rice Production

Human sa mga bulan nga mabungahon nga buluhaton, naka-graduate na ang 21 ka mga mag-uuma sa Malaybalay City sa farmers-field-school sa Organic Rice Production

Sumala sa kasayoran, ang gradwasyon gipahigayon niadtong Disyembre 12, 2023 sa Lourdes Resort, Lunokan, Miglamin, Malaybalay City.

Sa mga naka-graduate, 15 kanila mga babaye ug unom mga lalaki.

Ang graduation ceremony gipangunahan ni City Mayor Atty. Jay Warren R. Pabillaran.

Diha sab sila Konsehal Alan Ryann O. Legaspi, chairperson sa committee on agriculture, Dr. Janeth Lopez, provincial operations center head sa DA Region X, Mr. Mark Anthony Lagamon, organic program coordinator, Vic Ian T. Alcontin, CAgO field operations division chief, Ms. Blecy Grace Mahilum kinsa representante ni Barangay Captain Alfonso A. Inocando, Barangay Kagawad Remy Castañares ug MAFSWISA Chairman Roland Ripoledon.

Mipaambit si Dr. Lopez sa iyang mensahe sa kamahinungdanon sa organic practices lakip na ang land health management, pest and disease control, ug organic fertilization nga makapaminos sa epekto sa kinaiyahan, makapalambo sa water and land conservation, ug ingon man sa biodiversity sa mga umahan.

Gipaabot niya nga sa umaabot ang organikong teknolohiya nga gitudlo magamit ug matudlo sa ubang mga mag-uuma.

Samtang si Lagamon miila sa inisyatiba sa City Government of Malaybalay sa pagpalambo sa Organic Agriculture ug nanghinaut nga ang mga partisipante mapasalamaton niini. Iyang giawhag nga magpraktis og organic farming kay anaa kanunay ang gobyerno nga mosuporta.

Si Mayor Pabillaran sa iyang mensahe naghisgot mahitungod sa environmental concerns nga
maporma ngadto sa isa ka palisiya sama sa mga yuta nga 18 porsyento sa bakilid o labaw pa nga gideklarar na nga alienable ug disposable ibalik sa klasipikasyon sa mga yuta sa kalasangan, aron maporma, bahin sa mga reserba sa kalasangan, gawas kon sila nasakop na sa kasamtangan nga mga titulo nga giaprobahan nga aplikasyon sa publikong yuta.

Nahisgutan usab niya sa mga partisipante kung asa nahitabo ang pagbaha sa barangay aron iyang matubag pinaagi sa pagpaambit sa kamahinungdanon sa pagpraktis sa organic farming.

Iyang gihagit ang mga partisipante sa paggamit sa ilang nakat-unan aron makatabang sa ilang komunidad.

Sumala pa ni Konsehal Legaspi nga ang lima ka Participatory Guarantee System Organic
Farmers makadawat na og PhP 200,000 matag isa ug nahisgutan usab ang mga hinabang nga
ihatag sa CAgO. Gipahinumdoman niya ang mga partisipante nga padayon ang pagkat-on ug
matudloan usab ang mga silingan sa kahibalo nga ilang naangkon.

Gipasiugdahan sa City Agriculture Office (CAgO) ang farmers-field-school (FFS) on Organic
Rice Production.

Kini gilunsad niadtong Hulyo 12, 2023 ug nagsugod sa pag-transplant niadtong Hulyo 24, 2023 sa Sitio Maranhog, Miglamin Malaybalay City. Kini adunay gilapdon nga 0.5 ka ektarya nga gipanag-iya sa FFS Cooperator nga si Mr. Joereni L. Calfoforo.

Gibahin ang pagtuon sa upat ka grupo aron adunay pagtandi sa abot. Atol sa pag-ani niadtong
Nobyembre 8, 2023, ang Group 2 nagpakita sa pinakataas nga average sa crop cut yield component nga adunay 4.6 kg, sunod ang Group 1 nga adunay 4.4 kg, sunod ang Group 3 nga adunay 3.6 kg, ug Group 4 nga adunay 3.3 kg.

Nakakuha ang demonstrasyon og kita nga PhP78,000.00 ug gikuhaan og Php 33,725.00 nga gasto. Nagresulta kini sa net income nga PhP44,275 o katugbang sa 131 percent nga pagbalik sa puhunan.

Kung itandi ang data sa crop cut sa isa ka ektarya, makita nga moabot ang produksyon niini sa 7
tonelada.

Lakip sa mga Agricultural Extension Officers nga nagpahigayon sa maong FFS mao sila si Mr.
Marvin L. Zamora, Ms. Rajane R. Paurom, Ms. Jenalyn C. Avergonzado, Mr. Niño Jan M.
Pabillaran, Mr. France Guiller R. Buquiran, ug Ms. Darylene R. Tuala. (Gecel Quinquiño-Ocon, Agri-NADA/melbmadera)