The Agriculture Society had its fair share of exhibit display in the College of Arts and Sciences Exhibit, November 15 – 19.
The Agriculture exhibit has attracted the crowd with its landscaped-themed design filled with different flora, fauna, products, and outputs from the different areas of Agriculture. QR codes were placed in front of the product so that visitors can just scan for further knowledge consumption.
Live Animals such as Ball Python, Tarantulas, Leopard Gecko, Native pigs, and Chickens have drawn the most attention and photo ops from visitors. Aside from Agricultural crops, exotic carnivorous plants such as Venus Flytrap, Sundews, and Pitcher plants can also be seen in the exhibit.
A model of the Aquaponics made by AJA&G’s Cabunsol and Patricio was displayed to give the visitors a view of how aquaponic processes take place.
The exhibit lasted for a week and the crowd numbers are consistent. Seeing the visitors enjoy while interacting, marks the success of the Agriculture exhibit.
Written by: Vincent Dominic Ade Perocho
Photos by: Jerry Boy De Lara