Fertilizers for your organic needs


In order to raise organic produce, a farmer needs to use only natural fertilizer.

Farmers from Pangasinan headed by social accountability group have made organic fertilizers available, out of cow droppings.

Pangasinan groups and individuals formed Responsible Citizens, Empowered Communities and Solidarity towards Social Change (RECITE, Inc.) in 2008 to promote social transformation by instilling ideals of transparency and accountability in communities.

RECITE’s programmes include sustainable agriculture, scholarship, micro-finance, environmental and political reforms, and good governance. You may contact Ester Alkonga, the executive director of Recite for more details.


  • Organic fertilizer
  • Leadership trainings


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