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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 10, November 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



S.E.C.U.R.E.D: Practices On Bioarts Education At Work

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AUTHOR(S)

Crisostomo Castro Canencia

 

KEYWORDS

bioarts, conservation, do-it-alone, entrepreneurship, establishment process, site selection, 4 Rís

 

ABSTRACT

The study sought answers on the practices of the bioarts education at work in term of site selection, establishment process, conservation of rainwater, utilization of raintree leaves, the 4 Rís reuse-recycle-reduce and redesign, entrepreneurship and do-it-alone. (S.E.C.U.R.E.D) The study showed that site selection considered the topography, type of soil, vegetation, nearness to market, drainage, free from flood, water supply, easy means of transportation, supply of fish, poultry and livestock, cheap skilled labor, peace and order. The study also indicated that the establishment process included the sound site selection, planning-designing and lay-outing, labor and material inputs, fish-crop-poultry and livestock establishment, production-care and feeding , harvesting and marketing practices. The study further showed that it saved 400.80 cubic meters of rainwater used for fishponds, 14.4 cubic meters of garden soil used in a potted marcotted citrus for 4 years operation. With the applied 4 Rís, it saved 12,567.25 pesos from the market cost of 15, 530.00 pesos. And the do-it-alone saved 18,104.00 from the 240,649.00 development and operational cost and 53,850.00 from 96,000.00 expenses on the arts thus it provided 41% return of investment.

 

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