A town in Bohol will be playing host to the first Mango Symposium to formulate policies to improve the mango industry here in the province.
The symposium will be held on September 30 at the Tubigon Cultural Center.
The The Bohol Mango Industry Organization Incorporated (BoMIO) and the Aani Mango Industry Association (AMIA) and Municipality of Tubigon Bohol in consortium with Lucky Gam AgriTrade Company organized the symposium,
Tubigon town is about 50 kilometers away from capital Tagbilaran.
The forum aims to gather mango producers, farmers, growers across the province.
The speakers are expected to share best agricultural practices and market linkages.
It is expected the participants to be introduced in various market opportunities both domestic and international.
The symposium could also be a venue for other exciting programs that can help mango growers, farmers and stakeholders.
At the end of the symposium, it is the hope of the industry to be further developed at the same time find out the solutions to the problems setting back the key players in the Bohol mango planting industry, said a member of the board of directors Loreen Itable.
Loreen is the owner of the Itable Agri-Industrial Corp. one of the major players of the local mango growing industry
An outcome document is expected to be produced where in all the discussions will be summarized.
It will contain the policy directions and required strategic improvements to enhance the level of productivity in the mango industry in Bohol.
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