VOLUME 36 SUPPLEMENT 2014


CONTENTS

About the Special Issue

Characteristics of Soils in the Marginal Uplands of Inopacan, Leyte

Victor B. Asio, Suzette B. Lina, Deejay S. Maranguit et al.

Growth Performance of Corn as Influenced by the Combined Application of Organic and Inorganic Fertilizers in a Marginal Upland Soil

Suzette B. Lina, Deejay S. Maranguit, Victor B. Asio, Jessie R. Sabijon, Kier Lambert B. Demain and Ariel B. Bolledo

Indigenous Knowledge, Agricultural Practices and Adaptation in the Marginal Uplands: The Case of Brgy. Linao, Inopacan, Leyte

Jedess Miladel N. Salomon, Annabella B. Tulin and Janice Marie S. Monderondo

Agrobiodiversity of Home Gardens in Selected Marginal Upland Villages of Inopacan, Leyte, Philippines

Beatriz S. Belonias, Czarina S. Platino and Jessa T. Malanguis

Biomass and Carbon Stocks of Vegetation in the Marginal Uplands in Inopacan, Leyte, Eastern Visayas (Philippines)

Renezita S. Come, Marlito M. Bande, May Joy B. Alip, Rowela Porazo, Crystal Jade Lapeciros and Sheena Deborah B. Villacorta

Biomass Production, Carbon Stock, and Carbon Sequestration of Dipterocarps at Seedling Stage inResponse to Light and Nutrient Availability

Marlito M. Bande, Renezita S. Come, Sheilyn E. Abad, Jimmy O. Pogosa, Fidelito M. Almeroda and Elmer M. Napoles

Evaluation of Organic-Based Fertilizers for Corn Production in the Marginal Uplands of Inopacan Leyte

Berta C. Ratilla, Sataki P.Toledo and Othello B. Capuno

Evaluation of Different Cropping Systems for Marginal Uplands in Inopacan, Leyte

Ed Allan L. Alcober, Melanie D. Ratilla, Othello B. Capuno and Jorge S. Valenzona

Evaluation of Appropriate Storage Technologies for Shelf-life Improvement of Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) Roots for Marginal Upland Farmers

Marcelo A. Quevedo, Arsenio D. Ramos and Ness Marie L. Sta. Iglesia

Arthropods Associated with Corn Planted in the Marginal Uplands of Inopacan, Leyte

Maria Juliet C. Ceniza and Rosalyn B. Borines

Increasing Productivity of Malabar Spinach (Basella alba L. and Basella rubra L.) Grown In The Marginal Upland Area Of Inopacan, Leyte Through Different Mulching Materials

Zenaida C. Gonzaga, Hubert B. Dimabuyu, Richielda R. Sumalinog and Othello B. Capuno

Chemical Composition and In Situ Digestibility of Common Feed Resources for Ruminants in Marginal Uplands

Lolito C. Bestil, Angelo Francis F. Atole, and Jandells M. Rama

Field Trial on the Effects of Homemade Probiotics and Sweet Potato Silage Supplementation on Sows Productivity and Profitability in the Marginal Upland Area in Inopacan, Leyte

Julius V. Abela, Alberto A. Taveros and Bryan Rebuyas

Livestock production systems in the marginal upland and lowland areas of Inopacan Leyte, Eastern Visayas, Philippines

Warren D. Come and Philippine Dianne Zamora

Nutrient Evaluation of Compost and Vermicast Produced Through On-site Production Technique

Feliciano G. Sinon and Mark D. Atanasio

Fabrication and Evaluation of a Solar Dryer Made From Twin-Wall Clear Polycarbonate Sheets

Daniel Leslie S. Tan and Benjamin L. Cinto, Jr.

Sweetpotato (SP-30) Flakes: Process Optimization and Moisture Adsorption Isotherm Studies

Julie D. Tan, Daniel Leslie S. Tan and Adrian C. Alumbro

Participatory Assessment of Resources and Needs of Upland Communities: A Case in Inopacan, Leyte, Philippines

Milagros C. Bales, Editha G. Cagasan, Ma. Aurora Teresita W. Tabada, Ma. Victoria Stephane G. Asio, Junette Dawn Baculfo, Loren Gemali Flandez, Arsenio D. Ramos and Warren D. Comet

Identifying Constraints and Opportunities for Improving the Health and Productivity Of Chickens Raised By Smallholder Farmers In The Marginal Upland Barangays Of Inopacan, Leyte, Philippines

Eugene B. LaƱada and Dave D. Amihan

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