Agricultural Research Technology and Innovation Center (ARTIC)
The center envisions to become a leading institution in research and innovation on green technology in the field of agriculture, aquatic and natural resources in Mindanao. It also aims to provide a facility that will enhance the research, development and extension capability of faculty and student researchers in the field of agriculture, biosystems engineering, Agri-based food processing, forestry and environment resources management.
In support to the instruction programs of the college, the center will be a venue for students, faculty members and industry to collaborate on research, technology development, transfer and commercialization that benefits the academe, industry, government, and community.
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Agricultural Research, Technology, and Innovation Center (ARTIC) is the research center of the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences (CARS) that aims to enhance the research, development and extension capability of faculty and student researchers in the field of agriculture, biosystems engineering, agri-based food processing, and forestry.
This facility will support a research-based and gender-responsive instruction program of the college geared towards developing improved agricultural technologies and farming innovation that focuses on green technology in the form of systems, processes, products (food, fiber, tools, equipment, and forest products), thereby contributing to the attainment of agricultural and ecological sustainability.
A leading in research, technology, and innovation on green technology in the field of agriculture, aquatic and natural resources in Mindanao.
Research Center Niche
Green Technology in Agriculture, Development and Conservation of Aquatic and Natural Resources
Research Center Thrust
ARTIC will enable CARS to continue its research engagement in pursuit of its mission of offering a research-based and gender-responsive agriculture program along with the USeP’s vision of becoming a research university transforming communities in the ASEAN and beyond. This facility will be used to build academic and student capacity for basic and advanced research, as well as technology development in the AANR sector.
Location: RDE Building, USeP Mabini Unit, Davao de Oro
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Soil and Plant Tissue Analysis
CROP PROTECTION AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
Plant pest and disease diagnosis
Crop protection product efficacy evaluation
ANIMAL SCIENCE SERVICES
Animal disease detection
Animal nutrition and feed analysis
Animal genetic improvement
CROP SCIENCE SERVICES
Crop genetic improvement
Crop propagation techniques and biotechnology
POSTHARVEST & FOOD PROCESSING
Food processing and quality evaluation
FORESTRY AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Forest conservation and protection
Natural resources valuation
SOCIO-ECONOMICS & EXTENSION SERVICES
Socio-economics and impact assessment
Trainings and seminars
Near Real-Time Tracking Using GIS and Thermal Sensing Technology for FOC TR4 Detection and Prediction Dispersal in Banana
Cecirly G. Puig, James Jade S. Lasquites, Gilbert A. Importante and Ivy Machica
Publication of History of the University of Southeastern Philippines
Shirley S. Villanueva and Emelie G. Pelicano
Region II Climate Risk Vulnerability Assessment (CRVA), Targeting & Prioritization for the Adaptation and Mitigation Initiative in Agriculture (AMIA) for the Province of Davao del Norte, Davao de Oro, and Davao Occidental. Project 2: Socio-Economics
Bridgette Lucille Aline S. Catalan
Near Realtime Monitoring of Banana Nutritional Status and Yield Forecasting Using Airborne Multispectral Imaging
James Jade S. Lasquites, Gilbert A. Importante and Rey de Leon
Integrated Management Response on the Spread of Fusarium Wilt of Banana in Southeast Asia. Objective 1. Determine microbiome difference of currently existing banana production systems
Merlina H. Juruena & Sheryl S. Bayang
Integrated Management Response on the Spread of Fusarium Wilt of Banana in Southeast Asia. Objective 2. Developing farm management options for banana growers to reduce Fusarium Wilt
Cesar A. Limbaga, Jr. & Nelvin A. Villason
Pest and Disease Incidence and Severity in Falcata Plantations in Mindanao
Nympha E. Branzuela, Edgar B. Solis, Sheryl S. Bayang
Performance and Productivity of Banana through Sucker Management System
Nelvin A. Villason & Cesar A. Limbaga, Jr.
Performance and Evaluation of Different Banana Varieties Planted of Fusarium Wilt Infested Area
Cesar A. Limbaga, Jr. & Nelvin A. Villason
Physico-chemical and Sensory Evaluation of Tropical Fruit Wine
Joyce C. Limbaga