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IMPACT OF TECHNO GABAY PROGRAM (TGP) ON ONION FARMS IN LUPAO, NUEVA ECIJA

LOVELY LYKA JOSE TAMAYO

Thesis Outline
INTRODUCTION Background of the study Statement of the Problem Objectives of the Study Hypothesis of the Study Significance of the Study Scope and Limitation of the Study REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Overview of Onion Industry Techno-Gabay Program Impact of Science and Technology in Research and Development to AFNR Sector Strengthening Agricultural Support Services for Small farmers

Thesis Outline
Major Issues Affecting the Delivery of Agricultural Support Services Farmer Income Improvement through Innovation Project METHODOLOGY Conceptual Framework of the Study Time and Place of the Study Sampling Procedure Data Collection Data to be Gathered Method of Analysis LITERATURE CITED

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Background of the study Onion, scientifically known as Allium cepa, available in fresh frozen Canned Pickled dehydrated form

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Background of the study Onion production grown from October to February peak harvest season from March to April lean season from June-December Onion has in three forms, it can be fresh/chilled dried and preserved

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Background of the study Nueva Ecija contributed to about 56.80% Ilocos Norte 15% and Ilocos Sur producing 13.70%.
- BAR (2009)

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Brief History of Techno Gabay Program (TGP) TGP was first established year 1996 in different base agencies in the Philippines It was initiated by the Technology Outreach and Promotion Division (TOPD) of the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCARRD)

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Brief History of Techno Gabay Program (TGP) As of 2011, there are 740 Farmers Information and Technology Services (FITS) center; 746 Magsasaka Siyentista (MS) 81%of FITS are maintained by LGU and 117 partner member agencies i.e., state colleges and universities & field units of line agencies.

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Brief History of Techno Gabay Program (TGP) Executive Oder 801 entitled, Encouraging Local Government Units (LGUs) to Adopt Techno Gabay in their Agricultural Extension Programs and Concerned Government Agencies to Provide Required Assistance for the Purpose

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Brief History of Techno Gabay Program (TGP) Upon the approval of the Implementing Rules and regulations (IRR) for Executive Order 801, Farmers Information and Technology Services (FITS) -Lupao was launched through the Municipal Local Government Unit (LGU) year 2003

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Brief History of Techno Gabay Program (TGP) FITS was maintained by the Office of the Municipal Agriculturist (OMA) with the collaboration of the Central Luzon Agricultural Resources Research and Development Council (CLARRDEC) and Central Luzon State University (CLSU)

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Statement of the Problem
The basic questions that this study will attempt to answer the following: 1. What are the socio-demographic characteristics and farm characteristics of TGP farmer clients? 2. What are the services availed of by farmer client? 3. What are the inputs utilization, cost, yield and income in onion production? 4. What are the problems encountered by the farmer clients from TGP?

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Objectives of the Problem Generally, the study will conduct to determine the economic impact of TGP in the production of onion in Lupao, Nueva Ecija.

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Objectives of the Problem
1. 2. 3. The specific objectives of the study are: to describe the socio-demographic characteristics and farm characteristics of TGP farmer clients; to identify the services availed by farmer client; to determine inputs utilization, cost, yield and income from the TGP by farmer-client in onion production; and to identify the problems encountered by the farmer clients from TGP.

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Hypothesis of the Study There has been a significant improvement in the socio-economic condition of the onion growers upon the availment of services to the Techno Gabay Program.

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Significance of the Study The study may give insight to LGU as implementers for the development of the program. It has the purpose of knowing what it had become through the evaluation of the program in the availment of services of TGP in Lupao, Nueva Ecija.

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Significance of the Study Furthermore, this study will contribute and provide information that will determine the impact of the TGP on the socio-economic condition to its beneficiaries.

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Significance of the Study The Lupao- Municipal LGU will be used the evaluation report of the TGP as basis for decision-making whether it shall be improved or reassess the Program.

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Scope and Limitation of the Study This study will evaluate the impact of TGP on its farmer-clients engaged in onion production. The year 2002 covered the period before TGP while 2010 spanned the period after TGP.

METHODOLOGY
Conceptual Framework of the Study
INPUT
Farmers Information
And Technology Services Magsasaka Siyentista Information, Communication And

OUTCOME

OUTPUT
PROCESS
Information Services availed Technology Services availed others no. of consultation with MS and ATs no. of IEC materials no. of trainings attended technology adopted

increased yield reduction in usage of fertilizer low cost of production Increased area of production increased number of onion farmers

IMPACT
Improved socioeconomic condition of the TGP farmer client(higher income and profit)

Technology Services
Information, Education And Communication

Strategies

METHODOLOGY
Sampling Procedure Table 1. List of onion growers (TGP farmerclients)
TGP farmer-clients Total No. of Farmers Sample respondents Percentage (%)

Onion grower

272

82

30

METHODOLOGY
Data Collection The study will utilize both primary and secondary data. The primary data will be collected trough personal interview with TGP farmer-clients and other key informants i.e., MS and ATs in the municipality of Lupao using prepared questionnaire.

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Data Collection Secondary data will be gathered from the FITS-Lupao Office, BAS, and BAR.

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Data to be Gathered 1. a. Profile of farmers Age Gender Civil status Educational attainment household size years in onion farming other source of income

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Data to be Gathered 1 b. Farm Characteristics
variety of onion plated tenure status total farm size area planted to onion distance to market sources of irrigation distance to FITS center soil type source of funds specific technology adopted

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Data to be Gathered 2. Services availed from TGP
technology services training, technical assistance technology clinic material inputs linkages to experts and financial institution information services printed IEC materials information on video tapes access to global information and other sources

METHODOLOGY
Data to be Gathered 3. Production data before and after TGP: kind and quantity of inputs used prices of input used prices of output yield market outlet

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Data to be Gathered 4. Problems encountered in the availment of services of TGP and farm production.

Secondary Data
1. List of TGP farmer-clients (FITS-Lupao Office) 2. Philippine Onion Production (BAS and BAR)

METHODOLOGY
Method of Analysis
OBJECTIVES DATA TO BE GATHERED METHOD OF ANALYSIS

1. to describe the sociodemographic characteristics and farm characteristics of TGP farmer clients and non TGP farmers

age, gender, civil status, Descriptive analysis using educational attainment, mean, frequency, range household size, years in and percentages onion farming, other source of income, variety of onion planted, tenure status, total farm size, area planted to onion, distance to market, sources of irrigation, distance to FITS center, soil type, source of production expense

METHODOLOGY
Method of Analysis
OBJECTIVES

DATA TO BE GATHERED technology services, training, technical assistance, technology clinic, material inputs, linkages to experts and financial institution, information services, Printed IEC materials, information on video tapes, access to global information

METHOD OF ANALYSIS Descriptive analysis using mean, frequency, range and percentages

2. to identify the
services availed by farmer client

METHODOLOGY
Method of Analysis
OBJECTIVES

DATA TO BE GATHERED before and after TGP: kind and quantity of inputs used, prices of input used, prices of output, yield, source of funds, market outlet, seed variety, source of funds, specific technology adopted

METHOD OF ANALYSIS Estimation of financial performance using Cost and Return Analysis; T-test

3. to determine inputs utilization, cost, yield and income from onion production

METHODOLOGY
Method of Analysis
OBJECTIVES

DATA TO BE GATHERED

METHOD OF ANALYSIS

4. to identify the problems encountered by the farmer clients from TGP

problems encountered Descriptive Analysis by and recommend solution ranking the problems encountered and recommend solution

METHODOLOGY
Method of Analysis
OBJECTIVES

DATA TO BE GATHERED

METHOD OF ANALYSIS

4. to identify the problems encountered by the farmer clients from TGP

problems encountered Descriptive Analysis by and recommend solution ranking the problems encountered and recommend solution

METHODOLOGY
Method of Analysis
n

1. Mean = Xi i=1N

Where: = summation Xi = data for specific variables n = total sample N = population

2. Range = Higher value - Lower value 3. Percentage = n/N x100 ` Where: N = population n = sample

METHODOLOGY
Method of Analysis

4.a. T-test
tc = X1 X2 S11 + S22
Where: X1 X2 = are mean of variables X1 and X2 S1 & S2 = are variance X1 and X2 n1 = sample size for X1 n2 = sample size for X2

n1

n2

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Method of Analysis 4c. Return to Labor = Gross Income All Cost Other than Labor
Cost of Labor

4d. Return per Peso Spent = Net Profit Total Expenses 4e. Net Profit Margin = Net Profit Sales 4f. Breakeven Cost = Cost of Production Price per Kilogram