Showing posts with label corn. Show all posts
Showing posts with label corn. Show all posts

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Hot pepper, Eggplant, String beans, Corn, and Papaya Production

Pictures below are crops that can be produced all year round. Want to know how to do it?
Contact us, and we will be much willing to provide your need..

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Bountiful Harvest of Corn

We have again harvested the desired volume of  corn for this cropping season. Thanks to frequent rain from the month of November till January, it is an enough blessing. Here are some pictures taken to show how we grow yellow hybrid corn.
The sack of corn ready to be threshed. 

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

The Hybrid Corn After Almost Two Months

The corn are now on its flowering stage, they are about eight feet in height and began to bare fruit.There are no problem regarding pest and diseases because it is a yield guard variety. We only need to provide the water until the fruit will mature and ready for harvest.
 The corn besides our storage house..

Monday, December 19, 2011

The Hybrid Corn After 34 Days.

We have a very fine weather, favorable for corn growers in lowland at the Northern part of the Philippines. We have scattered rainfall up to this date, it falls in the afternoon or during the night. The plant continue to grow, the corn that has been planted 34 days ago is on its way to vegetative stage. Here are the developments,
 This is about five feet tall..

Monday, December 12, 2011

Important Reason Why We Must Produce Corn.

Our Philosophy of producing more corn was formulated behind the reason that; "While we continue to consume chicken and pork, the production of more corn  is much needed." Here are the growth development of our corn,
After the rain that falls almost every other day, here they come, growing fast..

Monday, November 21, 2011

Growing Corn and Flowering Mangoes Development.

Here is how we maintain growing yellow corn and flowering mangoes. To harvest more corn and mangoes, you should do something to have it. As you have seen in my previous post about corn and mangoes, we are able to harvest and gain that much in having proper care and maintenance of the needs of the plants, not giving their needs on time means smaller yield and harvest.

This flower stage need to be sprayed with fungicide and insecticide to protect it..

Friday, November 18, 2011

Mangoes and Yellow Corn

It is again time for planting corn and inducing mango's flower. We are sharing some pictures on how we cultivate and produce more corn and mangoes. Our best production of mangoes last year has 300 "kaing," I just don't know if what is the approximate weight of a kaing of mangoes. We maintain 15 medium size of mango trees. Here are the pictures,
 Start to have flower..