Training Workshops

3 Responses to Training Workshops

  1. I am so happy to discover this link. I am from the Philippine Calamansi Assn, Inc. a non-profit , 100 Filipino corporation composed of calamansi growers and processors with the aim of propagating calamansi to the world.

    I have read your comments, inquiries and concerns. We enjoin you to get in touch with us . Better still, come to the 1st Agribusiness Workshop of PCAI (Phil Cal. Assn Inc) this June 19-20, 2017 at the Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, Eastwood, Pasig City

    Thanks.

  2. reggie remendado says:

    hi we have an almost a hectare land here in cotabato,and we planted calamansi seedlings too,but we used budded once,because it is much sturdier and they produce bigger fruits.how’s your calamansi trees?hope they’re doing well too.

  3. Mel Servano says:

    Hi,

    I am based in Tacloban City and I have purchased a 1.5hectare land in western samar. I have started planted 60 marcotted calamansi trees and I need information on how to take care and how to grow them properly so we can have big fruits.

    You can contact me at 09177221861 or melonserve@yahoo.com for your reply.

    Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    Thanks.

    Mel Servano

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