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BPI 2017-2022 STRATPLAN LAUNCHED

The Bureau of Plant industry (BPI),  with the assistance of the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), has undergone an organizational performance and capacity assessment which aimed to identify areas that need strengthening to be more effective and efficient in the delivery of its mandates.

Organizational interventions were determined.  BPI identified the need to develop a medium-term strategic plan that will describe where the organization is right now, where they want to go and the course of action needed  in terms of programs and interventions.

On January 18, 2017, during the celebration of BPI 87th Founding Anniversary, the Strategic Plan for 2017-2022 was launched. DAP Team headed by Mr. Antonio D.  Kalaw, Jr. handed to BPI OIC Director Vivencio R. Mamaril the fruit of the nine months hard work, a 220-page STRATPLAN. Dir Mamaril said that the book will be the “bible” of the employees of BPI in the next 6 years.

The 2017-2022 Strategic Plan is designed to prepare BPI embark on a journey towards quality and performance excellence, as it pursues its mandate in the area of plant genetic resource conservation and management; crop research, protection, and production; plant pest surveillance and forecasting; pest management system and control strategies; analytical services; seed quality services; plant quarantine services; agricultural engineering services; and food safety.

Dir. Mamaril urged the public to check on the Bureau’s performance every now and then based on the developed STRATPLAN.

 

       (CLICK THE HERE TO VIEW BPI 2017-2022 STRATEGIC PLAN)

 

SEMINAR ON URBAN GARDENING AND NURSERY ESTABLISHMENT & MANAGEMENT WITH EMPHASIS ON PLANT PROPAGATION 

 

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The Bureau of Plant Industry held Urban Gardening and Nursery Establishment and Management with emphasis on Plant Propagation Seminar on February 22, 2017 at the CRPSD Conference Room, BPI Compound, Malate, Manila. The seminar was attended by more than 50 enthusiasts. There were farmers, retired employees, OFW, businessmen and aspiring nursery operators. Mr. Federico Merlan and Mr. Ernie Lito Bollosa both from CRPSD shared their expertise in the whole day seminar. The participants were pleased with the lectures and demonstration. 

BPI is committed to share its technology to help improve the lives of the Filipino people and address food sufficiency and security. 

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PRESENTATION DURING THE URBAN GARDENING AND NURSERY ESTABLISHMENT & MANAGEMENT WITH EMPHASIS ON PLANT PROPAGATION 

 

  

The Bureau of Plant Industry-Guimaras National Crop Research Development and Production Support Center (BPI-Guimaras NCRDPSC) in collaboration with Guimaras State College-Baterna Campus, San Lorenzo, Guimaras conducted a one-day seminar on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) on mango last January 31, 2017.

The seminar aimed to disseminate information and impart knowledge to the participants the Philippine National Standards (PNS) on GAP on mango.  It also promoted the adoption of GAP for safe and quality produce and sustainable mango production. 

A total of 105 junior high school students specializing in agriculture of Dr. Catalino G. Nava Memorial High School and graduating BS Agriculture students of Guimaras State College-Baterna Campus and farmers of the Municipality of San Lorenzo, Guimaras attended the seminar. (by: RS Orquia)

 

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(Photo: BPI-Guimaras NCRDPSC Staff lectures on Philippine National Standard (PNS) on Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) on Mango to students and farmers of san Lorenzo, Guimaras)

 

 

 

 

 

 


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