Sayang na Sayang online campaign underscores hazards of fake seeds on farmlands
Croplife Philippines has partnered with the Bureau of Plant Industries (BPI) to launch the “SayangnaSayang” campaign which seeks to educate farmers about the hazards of using unregistered GM corn seeds.
The short video advertisement highlighted the plight of farmers who opt to purchase the unregistered seeds because of its cheaper price, unknowing they are basically wasting their money on low quality harvest.
“Nasiranaangmgatanimanko. Paanonaangpamilyakongito?” the farmer lamented.
In her message, Ma. Lorelle U. Agbagala, OIC Agricultural Center Chief II of the Post Entry Station, BPI, warned farmers against purchasing substandard seeds for their farms because this will only result in waste and damages to their crops in the long run. (ANGEL ONG)
WATCH: CropLife together with the Bureau of Plant Industry launches an ad entitiled "Sayang na sayang" to highlight their campaign against the use of unregistered GM Corn seeds.The ad serves a reminder to farmers that using unregistered GM corn seeds can negatively affect the harvest and income for the family.#SayangNaSayang #NoToUnregisteredGMCornSeeds
Posted by CropLife Philippines on Monday, July 9, 2018