“I doubted myself a lot of times, but I used this as a motivation to go further and challenge myself more, I always reflect on my main purpose and my never-ending why’s,” April Therese C. Montuya articulated A Freshman from BS Agriculture, under the College of Arts and Sciences, has been selected as a PhilippineContinue reading “YOU REAP WHAT YOU SOW.”


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 theContinue reading “UWEEK AGRICULTURE EXHIBIT 2022”


Last December 10, 2022, the 4th year students under the class of Dr. Paulino Oñal conducted a seminar on the Cultural Management of Sweet Potato attended by the Freshmen and Sophomore Aggies. The speakers discussed Cultural Management, Pest Management, Fertilizer and Weed Management in planting a sweet potato. Dr. Oñal catered the students’ questions throughContinue reading “SEMINAR ON SWEET POTATO”


The 2nd Year BSA students performed concoction-making as part of their INECOA23G class, November 23. Engr. Irish M. Tagapan, ABE, spearheaded the activity and monitored the students until the concoction harvest. Organic concoctions are good alternatives to chemical farm inputs due to it being made through the process of fermentation where the potency is enhancedContinue reading “SUGAR, SPICE AND EVERYTHING NICE”


United as one, the College of Arts and Sciences, Agriculture students and faculties celebrated its annual “Agri Day: Fiesta sa Uma” with the theme “Agriculture: Bringing Growth, Ingenuity and Bridging Gaps” which takes the Day 1 celebration at the University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos, School of Agriculture. Along with this, students and faculties celebratedContinue reading “AGGIES AS ONE.”


The CABACS Council and the Agriculture Society of the College of Arts and Sciences started the first phase of their Agri – Business Partnership Project, August 19. In order to mitigate the challenge of food scarcity and promote the concept of sustainability, the organizations thought of merging the courses’ expertise. CABACS governor Jessel V. NobleContinue reading “WHERE CARABAOS AND GRIFFINS MEET”


The UNO – R School of Agriculture and its Society welcomes the freshmen of the A.Y 2022 – 2023, August 15. “Why did you Choose Agriculture?” A simple question but hardly contemplated by Thirty freshies who braved their way by choosing Agriculture to pursue. Diversity of grounds in careers, goals and dreams were stated inContinue reading “FRESH START FOR FRESHIES”


UNO – R School of Agriculture together with it’s Society made their first Outreach program at Purok Libertad Dos, Brgy. Damsite, Municipality of Murcia, July 29. Despite the bad weather, students together with Doc. Paulino Oñal Jr. traveled to the outreach area to extend it’s Urban Gardening Community Challenge. Different Soil Medium, Proper Bagging andContinue reading “RAIN OR SHINE”


First year and Second year students of AgRecoletos finished their 240 hours PRACUM Farm Operation Practice, July 26. Certificates of completion was awarded to 29 AgRecoletos students for successfully completing the course. Dr. Paulino, Oñal Jr., Ph. D gave a talk on “Transformational Leadership and Developing Critical Thinking of UNOR Agri students through Research andContinue reading “SEAL OF COMMITMENT”

“Consensus and Convergence of Stakeholders for Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability”

The University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos, School of Agriculture of the College of Arts and Sciences conducted a forum entitled “Consensus and Convergence of Stakeholders for Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability” at the UNO-R Little Theater, July 20. Locally and Internationally known Resource Persons shared their knowledge and experiences to the AgRecoletos students and invitedContinue reading ““Consensus and Convergence of Stakeholders for Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability””