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  • References CHAPTER 1 6. Annual Report of the Secretary of Public Instruction in the Tenth Agriculture and Forestry During Colonial Times Annual Report of the Philippine Commission. 1909. 1. Bernardo, Fernando A. 2000. Revolution for Independence from 7. Annual Report of the Secretary of Public Instruction in the Eleventh the Catholic Church. In Silent Storms: Inspiring Lives of 101 Great Annual Report of the Philippine Commission. 1910. Filipinos. Pasig City: Anvil Publishing. 227-228. 8. Annual Report of the Secretary of Public Instruction in the Twelfth 2. Corpuz, O.D. 1989. The Roots of the Filipino Nation. Vol I & II. Annual Report of the Philippine Commission. 1911. Quezon City: AKLAHI Foundation. 553 & 774. 9. Annual Report of the Director of Education, August 1911. 3. Dela Costa, Horacio.1965. Readings in Philippine History. Makati 10. Annual Report of the Director of Education, August 1912. City: Bookmark. 318. 11. Baker, Charles Fuller. http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/ 4. Forbes, W. Cameron. 1928. The Philippine Islands. Vol. I. Boston Charles_Fuller_Baker & N.Y.: Houghton Mifflin Co. 12. Baker, C.F. 1914. Introduction of plants in tropical countries. The 5. Labadan, Renato M. 2006. Coconut: The Philippines’ Money Philippine Agriculturist and Forester. Vol. 3(1): 21-24. Tree. Quezon City: RM Labadan and Associates. 13. Bernardo, F.A. 1986. Milestones in laying the foundation of UPLB. 6. Luistro, Fernando D. 1915. A study of native coffee production. UPLB Foundation Day speech (unpublished). The Philippine Agriculturist. Vol. 4(8): 153-161. 13a. Cocannouer, Joseph A. 1945. Trampling out the Vintage. Norman, 7. Mayo, Katherine. 1924. The Isles of Fear: The Truth About the Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma. 221. Philippines. New York: Hardcourt, Brace and Co. 14. College and Alumni Notes: University pensionados in the USA. 8. Nano, Jose F. 1951. Brief history of forestry in the Philippines. The 1919. The Agriculturist. Vol. 8(3): 99. Philippine Journal of Forestry. Vol. 8: 9-128. 15. College News. 1911. The Philippine Agriculturist and Forester. Vol. 9. Ocampo, Ambeth R. 1990. The White Man’s Medicine. In Looking 1(6): 126. Back. Pasig City: Anvil Publishing. 28-29. 16. Copeland, Edwin Bingham [http://www.geocities.com/ 10. Sulit, Carlos. 1958. Brief history of forestry and lumbering in the scientists_phil/Copeland_fulltext.htm] Philippines. Forestry Leaves: Golden Jubilee Issue. Vol. 11(1): 3- 17. Copeland, E.B. 1911. Salutation. The Philippine Agriculturist and 8. Forester. Vol. 1(1): 3. 11. Uichanco, L.B. 1936. A historical sketch of collegiate education in 18. Copeland, E.B. 1911. Dedication of our new buildings. The Philippine the Philippines. The Philippine Agriculturist. Vol. 25: 720-748. Agriculturist and Forester. Vol. 1(2): 28-32. 19. Copeland, E.B. 1911. Current Literature: The forests of the Philippines. The Philippine Agriculturist and Forester. Vol. 1(7): 146- CHAPTER 2 147. Copeland’s Pioneering Years (1907-1917) 19a. Copeland, E.B. 1914. The College of Agriculture. The Philippine 1. Alfonso, Oscar. 1985. The University of the Philippines: The first Craftsman. Vol. 2(8): 609-619. 75 years. Quezon City: UP. 20. Copeland, E.B. 1916. The work of the College of Agriculture. The 2. Annual Report of the General Superintendent of Education. Philippine Agriculturist and Forester. Vol. 5(1): 1-36. September 1904. 21. Copeland, E.B. 1911. Abaca. The Philippine Agriculturist and 3. Annual Report of the Secretary of Public Instruction in the Eighth Forester. Vol. 1(4): 70-79. Annual Report of the Philippine Commission. 1907. Part 3: 151-192. 22. Copeland, E.B and M. Roxas. 1911. The coffee industry in the Island 4. Annual Report of the Director of Education, August 1910. 293. of Luzon. The forests of the Philippines. The Philippine Agriculturist 5. Annual Report of the Secretary of Public Instruction in the Ninth and Forester. Vol. 1(8): 151-157. Annual Report of the Philippine Commission. 1908. 315
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  • Index A Agricultural Engineering building – AMTEC–175 B Abaca – 112 20 Anaerobic digester–175 BA Communication Arts–173 Abarientos, E. – 121 Agricultural Extension – 111 Analytical Services laboratory–203 Bachelor of Agriculture–26 ACA–120 Agricultural Information Bank of Andales, S.C.–175 Bachelor of Arts in Communication– ACAP–146, 168, 309 Asia– 166 Angara, E.J.–212, 218 173 ACCFA–120 Agricultural Machinery Testing and Animal and Dairy Sciences Cluster– Bachelor of Science in Agriculture– ACCI – 138, 177, 246 Evaluation Center–175 269 26, 138 ACCI dormitory – 120, 281 Agricultural Training Institute–207 Animal Biology–204 Bachelor of Science in Forestry –88, Acda, R. I.–175 Agriculture Systems Cluster–269 Animal Husbandry– 33, 34, 60, 104, 89 Acorda, J.A.–303 AgriPark–287 105 Bachiller en Artes–22 Acosta, J.C.–305 AgriPark Technology and Training Animal Husbandry bridge – 65 Bactrolep–188 Acosta, S.O.–293 Center–287 Animal Nutrition – 111 Badayos, R.B. –269 Act No. 1494– 16 Agroforestry Support Program for Animal Products Processing Bader, J.O.–235 Act No. 1870– 12 Empowering Communities Division–195 BAEx–114 Act No. 2578–27, 48, 94 toward Self- Reliance–232 Anthocephalus cadamba – 135 Bagtican tree – 64 Act No. 3377–63 Agro-industrial Development APEC–260 Baker Memorial Hall– 64, 67, 80, 81 Act No. 2730–33 Program–254 APEC Center for Technology Baker, Charles F.– 25, 32, 36, 37, 41, Act No. 3095– 94 Agronomy– 33, 34, 60, 104, 105 Exchange and Training in 44, 45, 67 ACTETSME–260, 261 Agronomy building – 21 Small- and Medium-Scale Balangue, T.O.–191 Adalla, C.B.–236, 268, 286, 287 Agronomy-Soils-Horticulture Enterprises–260 Balisacan, A.M. – 155 Administration building – 19, 29,33, building– 152, 184 Araneta, S. – 93 Ballesteros, B.– 105 37, 82, 130, Aguilar, L.– 48 Arboleda, C. R.–196, 199, 268, 304 Ballesteros, O.–115 Administrative Order No. 32–232 Aguilar, N.O.–235 ARI–177 Balong Bulo Hill –59 Aglibut, A. – 105, 138 Aguinaldo government– 72 Aquino, C.C.–218 Baltazar, C. R. – 100, 235, 305 Aglibut, F.B. – 149 Agusan– 40 Arceo, L.M.–304 Baltazar, R. R.–100 Agpang– 127 Ahern, Major George P.– 16, 48 Architecture–311 Bangkok–135 Agrarian Reform Institute–177, 247 AIBA–166 Argañosa, V.G.–169, 307 Banzon, J.A.– 105, 144, 145, 305 Agricultural and Rural AIDP–254 Artificial insemination– 112 BAO–212 Development Albacea, E. A.–240, 241 ASEAN-179 Barangay Integrated Development Scholarship Program–173 Albay– 119 ASEAN-Australian Economic Approach–215 Agricultural Botany – 104, 105 Alcantara, A.A.–217 Cooperation Program–179 Barangay Integrated Development Agricultural Botany building – 20 Alejandro, S.M.–294 Asia-Pacific Economic Approach for Nutrition Agricultural Chemistry– 39, 104 Alejar, A.A.–302 Cooperation–260 Improvement–215 Agricultural Chemistry laboratory – Aleurites moluccana– 126 Asian corn borer–183 Barangay Management Information 33 Alfonso, G.J.–314 ASPECTS–232, 233 System–215 Agricultural Credit Administration– Alfonso, P. – 105, 109 Aspiras, R. B.–216, 217, 228, 234, Barba, C.VC.–215 120 Alip, J.A.B.–296 237 Barba, R.–304 Agricultural Credit and Alix, J.C.–294 Associated Women Students– 100, Barraquio, V.L. – 149 Cooperatives Farmers’ Allied Forces– 32, 80 101 Barril, C.R. – 142, 173, 203, 303 Association – 120 Altoveros, N.–272 Association of Colleges of Barrows, D. P.–12 Agricultural Credit and Alumnus-regent– 60 Agriculture in the Philippines– Bartlett, Murray.–18 Cooperatives Institute – 120, Alvarez, A.– 76 146, 168, 309 Basco y Vargas, Governor-General– 177, 246 Alvarez, F.– 76 Association of Southeast Asian 4 Agricultural Economics– 105, 111 Amaro Jr., M.C.–221 Nations–179 Baseball–38 Agricultural Economics annex– 107 American colonial government–12 ATI–222 Basilio, N.T.–203 Agricultural Education – 104 American flag–21 Ayaso, R.D.–293 Basketball–38 Agricultural Engineering– 29, 104 American government–8 Bataan–8, 77, 78 Amos, Felipe– 48, 91, 94 Batangas–4, 8, 54, 117, 119, 131, 240 326
  • Battad, F. A. –291 BPI-114, 182 C Castillo, A.SA.–257 Battle of Leyte Gulf–80 BPI 76–158 C-4 – 157 Catambay, A.–104, 114 Bautista, R. – 108 BPI Science Award–236 C4-63 – 158 Catan, G.O.–295 Bautista, O.K.–179, 303 Brady, N. – 141 CA Agripark–286 Catelo, S.P.–177 Bay–131 Brewbaker, J. –111 Cabanilla, L.S.–177, 246, 249 Cavite–190, 240 Bayanihan–118 Briones, A. A.–235 CAC 87–42 Cavite State University–290 Belarmino, M.C.–302 Briones, A. M.–235 CAC 111–42 CDC–268 Bell Mission–102 Briones, N.D.–217 CAC 112–42 CDEM–177 Bell, Edward J.–93, 102 BS Agribusiness–177 Cadapan, E.P.–183 CEAT–175, 224, 225, 242, 268, 271, Bello, E. – 133 BS Agricultural Engineering–213, Caday, D.–117 311 Bello, R.T.–246, 247 242 Cadiz, M.C.H.–245 Cedillo, V.–117, 118 Benguet State University–290 BS Applied Mathematics–206 Cadiz, T.–108, 109, 113 CEM–177, 224, 225, 268 Benigno, C.C.–306 BS Applied Physics–206, 213 Cagayan–35 Cendaña, S.M.–104 Berkjala–70 BS Chemical Engineering major in Cagayan Valley–6 Cenotaph–92 Bernardo, E.N. – 147, 236 Sugar Technology–213 Cailles, Juan–13 Centenary Fieldhouse–261 Bernardo, F. A. – 147, 155, 156, 163, BS Computer Science–173 CALABARZON–240, 280 Centennial Celebration–280, 285 165, 166, 268 BS Economics–177 Calamba–131 Center for Development Studies– Bernardo, F. C.–34 BS Forestry–50, 94, 135 Calamba Sugar Estate–42 162, 178 Bicol region – 6 BS Home Technology–102 Calilung, V.–178 Center for Environmental Research– BIDA–215 BS Human Ecology–174 Calimag, C.A.–259 162 BIDANI–215 BS Landscape Horticulture–308 Calle San Sebastian–12 Center for Policy and Development BIOCON–204 BS Math and Science Teaching– Calma, V.–104 Studies–178, 246, 249 Biodigester–270 266 Calora, F.B. – 147, 157 Central Agricultural Experiment Bio-Grow–188 BS Nutrition–174, 214 Calumpang, S.M.F.–183 Station–33, 34 BIO-HS vaccine–188 BS Sugar Technology–39 Camp Eldridge–11, 14 Central Experiment Station–113, 116 BIO-IC vaccine–188 BSU– 167 Camp O’Donnell–78 Central Luzon State University–290, BIO–FC vaccine–188 BSWM–169 Campos, A. C. – 105, 109, 147, 291 310 Biological Sciences building – 20, Buenaventura, Antonino–69 Cantrell, R.–141 Central Mindanao University–284, 152, 173 Bukidnon–40 Capareda, E. P. – 156 290 Biology–173 Bulacan–8 Capareda, S.C.–243 Central Philippine University – 146 BIO-N–188, 189 Bulacan National Agricultural Capas, Tarlac–78 Centre for Forestry Education Bio-N Extension Program–273 School–117 Capinpin, J.–104 Development–192 BIOTECH–188, 189, 224, 270 Bureau of Agricultural Extension– Carada, W. B.–248, 249 Centre for Forestry Education, Blando, J.–87 114, 116, 118, 119 Carandang, D.A.–197 Research and Development for BMIS–215 Bureau of Agricultural Research– Carandang, W.M.–233 the Asia and Pacific Region– Board of Regents – 12, 33, 36, 39, 267 Carangal, V.R. – 158, 298 192 60, 96, 162, 164, 178, 184, 208 Bureau of Education–12, 13, 14 Cardenas, L.–178 Cervancia, C.R.–205 Bocobo, J.–56, 69, 72 Bureau of Forestry–16, 27, 47, 48, Cardenas, V.R.–250 CFED–192 Bohol–4 49, 50, 57, 82, 86, 87, 94, 96, 125, Carica papaya-23 CFERDAF–192 Bondoc, L.–109 126, 133 CARP–247 Chakrabandhu, MC.–292 Bonita, M. L.–125, 223 Bureau of Plant Industry–39, 114, Carpio, E.V. – 156, 201 Chandler, R.F.–141 Boot creek–80 182 CAS–268 Chandrastitya, I.–292 Boot valley–54 Bureau of Soils and Water Casilla, R.–125 Chang, Chi-wen – 154 Borja, C.–108 Management – 169 Castillo, E.A.M.–302 CHE–268 Botanical Garden–126 Business Affairs Office–212 Castillo, Eulogio T.–121, 247 CHED–175, 299, 301 Botany–21, 87, 172 Bustrillos, N.R.–297 Castillo, Evangeline T.–305 Chemical engineering–277 Bourne, M. – 143 Castillo, G.T. – 157 Chemistry–172, 173, 277 Boynton, W.H.–209 Castillo, L.S. – 108, 148 China–40, 142 327
  • Chinte, F.–87 College of Engineering and Agro- Corregidor– 78 David, W. P.–175, 264, 280, 286, 308 Cholera epidemic–8 industrial Technology – 153, Council on Economic and Cultural Davide, J.G.–109 Christianity–4 175, 225, 301, 311 Affairs –119 Davide, R.G.–183, 236, 306 Cinchona–50 College of Forestry– 86, 91, 94, 95, CPAf–246, 268 Dawis, V.–62 Cinchona legenana–52 96, 129, 132, 133, 178, 192, 194, CPDS–178, 249 DBM–255, 265 Cinchona succirubra–52 220, 224, 232, 256 Credit Development Authority–120 DBP–119 Cinnamon–4 College of Forestry and Natural Crop Protection Cluster–269 DDT–115 Civil engineering building–261 Resources–269, 299, 301 Crop Science Cluster–269 De Guzman, Emerita–108, 305 Clemente, D. D– 146, 291 College of Forestry Graduate Cruz, D. A.–108 De Guzman, Enriquito–125 Clemson University–284 Program–131 Cruz, E.E.–294 De Guzman, L.P.–119, 293 Cline, M.G.–111 College of Human Ecology–174, Cruz, J.DJ.–306 De Guzman, R.P.–212 CLSU– 167 277, 301 Cruz, L.C.–303 Del Mundo, A.M.–215 CMU– 167 College of Law and Liberal Arts–28 Cruz, V.O.–191 Del Rosario, E.J.–203 Cocannouer, Joseph A.–28 College of Liberal Arts–26, 40 Cryptotermes dudley B.– 135 De la Cruz, Eugenio–48, 87, 90, 133, Cocogro–188 College of Medicine–26 Cryptotermes cynocephalus – 135 135 Coconut Grove–72 College of Medicine and Surgery– CSSP Awards–236 De la Cruz, R.– 125, 189 Coconut industry–6 12 Cuaresma, G.A.–206 De la Cruz, T. – 146 Coffea arabica-23 College of Public Affairs–246 Cuevas, S.–253 De la Fuente, R.–108 Coffea liberica-23 College of Veterinary Medicine– Cuevas, V.C.–236 De La Salle University–284 Coffee plantations–4 208, 209, 224, 301 Cummings, R. W.–141 De la Viña, C.B.–302 Collado, R.V.–244 College of Veterinary Science–36, Curran, Hugh M.– 16, 54 De los Reyes, B.N.–109, 119, 298 College Central Experiment Station– 37, 38, 50 Cuyno, R. B. –177, 194, 291 De Mesa, A.–48 111 College Ornamental Nursery– 62 Cuzner, Harold C.– 12, 34, 48, 86, 87, De Ocampo, G.D.–302 College extension activities–41 Colonial government–4, 6 94 De Padua, D. B.–175 College of Agriculture – 12, 14, 15, Colorado State University–97 CVM–208, 276 De Padua, L.S.–205, 236 16, 17, 18, 25, 27, 28, 32, 33, 34, Commission on Agricultural Cyrtosperma werkusii S. –25 De Sotto de luxe Sedan–70 36, 37, 38, 40, 44, 48, 50, 57, 60, Productivity–132 De Veyra, Jaime C.–16 63, 65, 68, 69, 72, 73, 76, 77, 78, Commission on Higher Education– Deanon, J. – 113, 157 82, 83, 96, 100, 102, 111, 115, D 175, 301 Death March–78 138, 144, 147, 172, 174, 178, 180, Community Broadcasting–245 Del Castillo, R. A.–125, 192, 232, 184, 185, 196, 208, 232, 264, 268, Community Development Center– DA–207, 265, 267, 274 233, 257, 258, 297 280, 301, 308 118 DAAD–125 Del Rosario, R.– 145 College of Agriculture Alumni Community Development Training DA-BAE – 148 Dendrology–16, 48, 87, 89 Association–41, 60 Center–118 DA-BAR–299 DENR–222, 265 College of Agriculture AgriPark–286 Computer Science–240 Dacanay, P.–48, 49 Department of Agricultural College of Arts and Sciences – 106, Concepcion, R.–169, 293 DAERS–106, 250 Botany–73, 82 107, 153, 173, 202, 216, 239, 264, Contado, T. E. – 147, 297 Dairy Training and Research Department of Agricultural 276 Copeland, Edwin B. – 11, 12, 13, 21, Institute – 148 Economics–119, 177 College of Basic Sciences and 32, 44 Dalisay, A.M.–294 Department of Agricultural Humanities–162, 165, 172 Copeland Heights– 40, 64, 82 Dalmacio, I.F.–189 Education–117, 118, 250 College of Development Copio cabaret Dancel, W.–117 Department of Agricultural Communication -151, 245, 260, Copra dryer–175 DANR–158, 164 Education and Rural Studies– 301 Cornejo, F. C.–293 Daof, S.S.–295 63, 106, 246 College of Development Economics Cornell University – 48, 138, 142, Daproza, J.-48,49 Department of Agricultural and Management–177 143, 144 Dar, W.D.–168, 297 Engineering–82, 175 College of Economics and Cornista, L.B.–247 Davao–40 Department of Agricultural Management–107, 177, 224, 225 Corpuz, E.T.–115 David, H.– 144 Information and Corpuz, O. D. – 163, 164 David, P.–78 Communication building – 151 328
  • Department of Agriculture and Diploma in Agribusiness E Espino, T.M.–189 Natural Resources – 138, 158, Management–213 Ebora, R.V.–189 Espiritu, F.G.–295 164 Diploma in Environmental ECA–93 Ethanol–70 Department of Agronomy–25, 33, Management –216 Ecology–172 Europe–49 73, 82, 180, 184, 196, 269 Diploma in Mathematics Teaching– Economic Cooperation Agency Eusebio, J.–108, 174, 214, 215, 306 Department of Animal Husbandry– 206 (ECA)–93 Eusebio, M.–125 34, 60, 65 Diploma in Science (Physics) Ecosystems Research and Evangelista, C.L.–295 Department of Animal Science–196, Teaching –206, 213 Development Bureau–220 Executive Order 3–212 269 Direccion General de Ecosystems Research and Executive Order 60–218 Department of Development Administracion Civil –4 Development Service–220 Executive Order 192–220 Management –246, 248 Divinigracia, G.G. – 156 Edible Landscaping–286 Executive Order 889–202 Department of Entomology–69, 82, Division of Forest Investigation– EDPITAF–195, 207 Executive Order 840–196 269 16, 48, 50, 82, 90 Eduardo, S.L.–209 Executive Order 1061–218 Department of Environment and Dizon, R. – 119,158 Education Projects Implementing Experiment Station–33, 64 Natural Resources–220 D. L. Umali Hall – 152 Task Force–195 Extended Hot Water Dip–179 Department of Food Science and DMR 1, 2 and 5 – 158 Educational Communication–245 Extension–41 Technology – 143, 144 Dogma, Jr.I.J.–178 EENP–217 Department of Forest Resource Domingo, I.–125 EHWD–179 Elayda, Inocencio–41 F Management–256 Domingo, J.T.–247 Department of Forestry Extension– Don Bosco College–284 Eleventh Airborne Division–80 131 Don Severino Agricultural College– Ella, V.B.–175 Faculty Hill–64 Department of Forest Products and 222 Elon-elon–70 Famine–8 Paper Science–130 Doña Alicia–110 Elon-ram–70 FAO–88, 103, 192, 214 Department of Home Technology– Doña Aurora–54, 110 Elon-ram Strain 2–70 Farm and Home Development 174, 175 Doña Aurora de Quezon–54 Engineering–105 Office –119, 132 Department of Horticulture–184, Doña Eva–110 Engineering building Farmers’ Field Day–98 196, 269 Doña Luz–110 Engle, L.M.–304 Farmers’ Field Schools–254 Department of Mathematics and Doña Trining–110 English–105, 173 Farmers’ Coop Marketing Physics–206 DOST–222 Enrile, F.D.–307 Association–120 Department of Plant Pathology–38, DOST Media Award for Regional Entomology–62, 97, 104, 105, 280 Farmer-Scientist Training Program– 269 Radio Broadcasting–245 Entomology-Plant Physiology 273 Department of Rural Economics–35 Drilling Rig Model II–176 laboratory –33, 34 Farming Systems and Soil Department of Rural Engineering Drilon, J. D. – 155, 163, 164, 168, 194 Environmental Biology–204 Resources Institute–196 and Mathematics–34 Drilon, R. – 146 Environmental Education Network Farnsworth, Eugene–96 Department of Silviculture and Drosdoff, M. – 143 of the Philippines–217 Faylon, P.S.–168, 303 Forest Influences–256 Drying Tunnel/Chamber–134 Environmental Management–172 Felizardo, B.–108 Department of Soil Science–196 DT/C–134 ERDB–220, 222 Fellizar, F.P.–174 Depositario, W. C.–247 DTRI – 164, 269, 274 ERDS–220 Ferdinand E. Marcos Foundation– Destura, P.D.–291 Duka, I.M.A.–302 Escudero, S. H.–208, 209 188 Development Journalism–245 Duke University–97 Escuela de Bellas Artes–12 Fernandez, N.–105 DFST–144, 145 Dulay, T.A. – 149 Escueta, E.– 145 Fernandez, W.A.–304 Diagnostic Imaging Laboratory–208 Dumlao, N.–105 Escuro, P.B. – 147, 157, 303 Fernandez, V.A,–257, 304 Diamond Jubilee Housing Project– DVM–276 Esguerra, E.B.–179 Fernando, E. S.–258 223 Diospyros discolor– 221 Esguerra, V.C.–209 Filipino-American War–8 Diaz, C.P.–221 DZBB–131 Espaldon, M.V.O.–217 Filipinas–4, 6 Dignadice, N. – 146, 291 DZUP–131 Espino, R. –104 Fine Arts and Music–311 Dinsay, F.P.–294 DZXL–131 Espino, R.C.–181 Finishing Spray Booth–134 Espino, R.–294 Firmalino, R.B.–243 329
  • First Calvary Division–80 Forest Surveying–87 Gayanillo, V.G.–175 Guam–40 First Laguna Farmers Day–41 Forest Utilization–86, 88, 97 GE–212 Gurong Pahinungod–272 First Laguna Provincial Fair–41 Forestry Circle Muse–91 General and Joint Committees on Gutierrez Jr., N.T.–306 Fischer, Arthur F.–48, 57 Forestry Circle Queen–91 Public Information and Five-Year Development Program Forestry Conservation–132 Education in Forestry –132 (FYDP)–150, 264 Forestry Day–56 H General Education –212 Flanging–53 Forestry Development Center–190 Genetics–172, 204 Flavier, M.E.–203, 304 Forestry Economics–96 Geographic Information Systems– Hail College Dear–69 Flores, T. G. – 109, 116, 147, 247, 307 Forestry Information building–130, 244 Hand tractor–176 Flower and Garden Show–230 131 Germany–32 Habito, Cielito–294 Food and Agriculture Organization Forestry Leaves–133 Gerochi, M.D.–221 Habito, Celestino–297 – 148, 214 Forestry School–16, 90, 94 Gianzon, E.P.–294 Harrar, J.G.–138 Food Science and Technology–276 Forestry Swimming Pool–90 Gilbert, N.W.–12 Harrison, Francis Burton–54 Food Science and Technology Forestry Technology building–128 Gille, R.–90 Harvard University – 48, 162 (FST) program – 144 FORI–220 Ginang Imelda–110 Hautea, R.A.–181, 297 Food Science Cluster–269 FORPRIDECOM–134 Gironilla, A. I. N. – 156, 206 Hautea, D.M.–181 Forbes, Cameron–54 Fourth Agricultural Congress–41 GIS–244 Havener, R.–141 Ford Foundation – 138, 139, 142, Foxworthy, F.W.–16 Gliciridia sepium–272 Hemedes, E.D.–292 146, 147 FPRDI–134, 222 Gloria, R.T.–293 Hemmi, K.–218 Forest Biological Sciences–128 FPRI–134, 135 GMO-249 Herba Hortikultura–286 Forest Biotechnology Laboratory – Francia, F.–125 Golden rice–140 Herbal Medicine Research 167 Franco, D. T.–243 Gomez, A.A. – 147, 155, 304 Institute–311 Forest District Offices–16 Franco, F.–48 Gomez, A.K.–209 Hernandez, J.E.–181, 269 Forest Economics–97 Friar Haciendas–4 Gomez, E.D.–245 Hernandez, H.P.–302 Forest Engineering–97 Fronda, F.M.–104, 297 Gonzaga, A.C.–209 Herrington, B. L. – 144 Forest Extension and Information Fronda, R.E.–296 Gonzales, V.A.–248 Hester, Evett D.–35 Services–128 Fronda Hall–195 Gonzalez, Bienvenido Maria–34, Hibiscus–43 Forest Investigation Building–17 FSB–134 44, 60, 70, 72, 73, 76, 291 Hilario, Jr., F.I.–230 Forest Management–16, 87, 88, 97, FSSRI–196, 234 Gonzalez, Jacobo–93 Hill, F.F.–138 131 FSTP–272 Gonzalez, Joaquin–72 Home Economics–111 Forest Pathology–87 FTLD–134 Gonzalez, J.C.T.–306 Home Guard–78 Forest Pensionados–16 Fuji–42 Gonzalez, L.G.–104 Home Technology–102 Forest Policy and History–87 Furnace-type Lumber Dryer–134 Gonzalez, N.T.–287, 295 Horticulture–184, 230 Forest Products–94, 96 FYDP–150 Gordoncillo, P.U–247 HT Practice House–102 Forest Products building–82 Gorrez, F.D.–298 Humanities–172 Forest Products laboratory–87, 93, Goseco, A.–108 Hurtada, W.A.–215 133 G Goss, M.R.M.–305 Forest Products Research and Government Survey and I Development Institute–134 Gabay Facilitators’ Training–283 Reorganization Commission– Forest Research Industry Gabriel, B.P.–305 96 Development Commission–134 Galvez, N.–104 Graduate Faculty Code – 156 IADA–177 Forest Products Research Gapud, M.–105 Graduate School – 62, 165 IAE–242 Institute–133 Gapud, V.–178 Green Revolution – 139, 157 IAF–232, 258 Forest Ranger–27, 50, 57, 92 Garcia, G.V. – 109, 148 Gregorio, G.– 140 IARDS–247 Forest Research Institute – 167, 220 Garcia, M.U.–304 Griño, O.T.–296 IAS–198 Forest Resource Management–128 Garcia, V.V.– 145, 201 Gruezo, W. S. –178, 235 IBS–205 Forest School–18, 27, 38, 48, 50, 54 Gascon, G.–105 ICA–95, 96, 120 Forest Service–4 Gawi Award–236, 245 ICA-NEC–125, 128 330
  • ICA-NEC study/training Institute of Development Isabela State University–284, 290 L grants/scholarships–96, 108 Communication–245 Isidro, A. – 146 Labadan, M. M.– 142, 295 ICE–250 Institute of Development ISPPS–249 Labadan, R.M.–304 ICO–264, 265 Management and Labanen, S.S.–291 IDMG–248 Governance–248 Lacsamana, M.S.–302 IESAM–216 Institute of Environmental Science Lacson, M.V.–295 IFC–192, 193 and Management–216, 232 J La Carlota Experiment Station–42 Ilag, L. M.–121 Institute of Food Science and Jacalne, D.V.–131, 132 La Jota Moncadeña–57 Ilag, L.V.L.–304 Technology – 144, 196, 200, Jala-jala, Rizal – 149 Laguna–8, 54, 117, 119, 190, 240 ILC–276 201 Jamias, J. F–235 Laguna Academy–50 Ilocana– 7 Institute of Forest Conservation– Japan–40 Laguna de Bay–80, 216, 309 Ilocos Agriculture and Resources 192, 258 Japan International Cooperation Laguna Institute–50 Research and Development Institute of Human Ecology–174 Agency–188, 218 Lake Fisheries Research Institute– Consortium (ILARRDEC)–169 Institute of Human Nutrition and Japanese bombers–77 310 Iloilo–8, 90 Food-214 Jarmin, M. – 109, 117, 146, 302 Lambio, A.L.–199 Imlan, J.S.–292 Institute of Mathematical Sciences Java–40 Lampe, Klaus–141 IMSP–206 and Physics–202, 275, 301 Javier, A.B.–248 Lamug, C.B.–173 India–40, 49 Institute of Plant Breeding–170, Javier, E. Q.-142, 180, 181, 188, 189, Lansigan, Nicolas P.–90 Indios–4, 6 180, 269 194, 202, 212, 240, 291, 312 Lansigan, F.P.–206, 303 Indonesia – 154 Institute of Renewable Natural Jesena, C. – 146 Lantican, C.B.–125, 257, 304 Infirmary–65, 77 Resources–256 JICA–188, 218, 224 Lantican, D. M.– 124, 129, 131, 162 Inquilinos–4 Institute of Statistics–244 Johns Hopkins University–60 Lantican, R.M. – 108, 157, 181, 218, INSAET–175 Institute of Strategic Planning and Jubileeville–223 305 Insecta Filipina–286, 287 Policy Studies–249 Jubileeville Homeowners’ Lantin, R.M.–175 Inspeccion General de Montes–4 INTAPS–173 Association–223 Lapis, A.B.–305 Institute of Agrarian Studies–247 Integrated Academic Programs in Juliano, B.O.–304 Lapitan, R.L.–191, 257 Institute of Agrarian and Rurban the Sciences–173 Junior- Senior Prom–100 Lapitan, P.G.–258 Development Studies–247 Integrated Pest Management–300 Lasap, S.L.– 142 Institute of Agrarian Studies–246 Intensified Corn Production Lauan Circle–130 Institute of Agricultural Program – 158 Laude, R.P. – 156 Development and Interactive Learning Center–276 K Laurel, F.C.–295 Administration–177 Internal Control Office–264 Kahoy dalaga–54 Laysa, F.D.–294 Institute of Agricultural International Cooperation Kaingeros–12, 13 Lazo, J.O.S.–297 Engineering–242 Administration (ICA)– 93 Kaingin–4, 10, 50 LBSC–167 Institute of Agricultural International Coop Alliance (ICA)2– Kampen, J.– 143 LBSCFI–285 Engineering and Technology– 120 Kapatagan Valley soils–62 LCC–197 175 International House – 62, 103, 129, Kasetsart University–135 Leaf color chart–197 Institute of Agroforestry–232, 258 166, 281 Katipunan ng Kooperatiba ng Learning Resource Center–173 Institute of Animal Science–196, International Rice Research Maggagatas, Inc. (KKMI) – Ledyard, Edgar M.–12, 14 198, 269 Institute –138 148 Legaspi, E. C. – 142, 172, 173 Institute of Biological Sciences– Internment camp–78, 79, 80 Khan, C. L.–241 Levine, G. – 143 202, 204, 205, 276, 301 Iowa State College–36 Kiln Drying–97, 124, 131 Leviste, F.–119 Institute of Biotechnology and IPB–180, 196, 274 Koster, Louis P.–36 Lewis, A.B.–119 Applied Microbiology–186 IPB Laboratory –180 Leyte–80 Institute of Chemistry–202, 301 IR8 –139, 140, 158 LFRI–310 Institute of Community Education– IRNR–256 LGUs–250, 254 250 IRRI – 138, 158 Library building–173 Institute of Computer Science–240 Isabela–35 Librero, Felix–236, 245, 291, 314 331
  • Librero, Florentino–174, 207, 292 Madamba, J.C. – 155, 166, 167, 168, Mascariñas, R.D.–295 Montana State University–48, 49 Life Sciences–172 303 Master of Agriculture–266 Montemayor, J.M.–247 Liliw Magallona, E.D.–304 Master of Forestry–48, 131 Montemayor, Z.–292 Lim, R.T.–306 Magsaysay, L.–118 Master of Information Technology– Montenegro, C.C.–295 Lit, I.–178 Main Agronomy building–106, 107 266 MOOE.–264 Livestock Royale–286 Maintenance and other operating Master of Management–177 Morado, F.C.–306 Lizada, C.C.–179 expenses–264 Master of Professional Studies in Morinda citrifolia Linn.–221 LLP–274 Majayjay–12 Land and Water Resources Mosaic disease–42 Lobo, Batangas–54 Makiling Botanic Gardens–124 Engineering–266 Mount Banahaw–27 Locust plague–8 Makiling Botanical Garden–126, 130 Master of Public Administration– Mount Makiling–10, 12, 13, 16, 27, Logging–4 Makiling Center for Mountain 172 30, 54, 64, 310 Logging engineering–131 Ecosystems –258, 274 Master of Science–131 Mount Makiling National Park–34 Lopez, F.R.–295 Makiling Echo–50 Mathematics–172, 173 Mount Pinatubo–228 Lopez, S. P. – 164, 165 Makiling Forest Reserve–54 Matias, J.M. – 149 Moving-up Day–56 Los Baños – 12, 14, 16, 27, 32, 36, Makiling National Botanical Matienzo, R.–121 MPAf Educational Management– 38, 39, 40,48, 50, 77, 80, 131, Garden–54 Matthews, D. M.–16 246 138, 142, 143, 208 Makiling National Park–54, 55, 126 MCME–258 MPS-FNP–214 Los Baños bush sitao–113 Makiling School–78 Mcrae, I.D. – 148 MPS Food and Nutrition Planning– Los Baños Cantonese chicken–70 Malab, S.C.–303 Medina, F.–168 214 Los Baños Computer Center–142 Malabuho–126 McCreery, J.L.–92 MS Agricultural Economics–177 Los Baños Economic Garden – 166 Malaria–50 Medina, J.R.–183, 253 MPS Agricultural Engineering–242 Los Baños Orchid Society–230 Malayang, III.B.S.–216, 217, 291 Medina Jr., S.I.–121, 247 MPS Educational Management–246 Los Baños Science Community – Malaysia – 154 Mendiola, N.–73, 76 MPS Environment and Natural 167 Malnutrition–8 Mendoza, D.B.–179 Resource Management–216 Los Baños Science Community Mamaril, J.–291 Medrano, W.–169 MS Agricultural Engineering–242 Foundation, Inc.–285 Mamicpic, N. G. – 156 Menzalves, F.–105 MS Applied Nutrition–174, 214 Loyalty Day–69, 230 Mamon, C.R.–295 Merca, F.E.–203 MS Environmental Science–216 Loyalty Day Ball–100 Mamon, C.M.O.–295 Mercado, B.T.–205 MS Environmental Studies–216 Loyola, J.O.–206 Management of Agricultural and MF–94 MS Family Resource Management– Lozada, E.P.–175, 303 Rural Development–248 Michigan State University–25, 175 174 LRC–173 Mananghaya, E.K.–264 Microbiology–172, 204 MS in Meteorology–213 Lucero, C.F.–294 Mananghaya, R.S.–248 MM Development Management– MS in Wildlife Studies–266 Lumbang–126 Mancebo, S.T.–246 246 MS National Resources Lumber waste–97 Mane, A.M.–294 MMSU – 167 Conservation–266 Lustria, U.M. – 149 Maneja, C.–48 Modified Atmosphere Packaging– MS in Soil Chemistry–228 Luzon–39 Manila–16, 40, 77, 78, 83, 86, 228 179 Mulberry–4 Manuel, M.F.–209 Molawin Creek–14, 40, 66, 80 Muñoz, Nueva Ecija–218 Manza, A.–87 Molawin Mess Hall–40 Museum of Natural History–178 Mapa, P.–94 Molecular Biology–204 Mussaenda philippica A. Rich M Marcos, F. E. – 157, 163, 164, 165, Molecular Biology and Mutual Security Agency –106, 114 M. philippica–110 188, 194, 202 Biotechnology Laboratories– Mycogro–251 M. erythrophylla–110 Marcos, I.–132 276 Myers, W.I.–111 MA in Sociology–212 MARD–248 Molina, A.B.–297 Mabesa, Calixto–48, 49, 54, 87, 94, Mariano Marcos Memorial State Momoñgan,V.G.–304 124 University–290 Mondoñedo, J.–105 Mabesa, R.C.–201, 269 Mariano, S.M.–191 Mondoñedo, L.R.–100 N Macapagal, Eva–132 Martial Law– 163, 166 Monopoly–6, 7 Narciso, P.–292 MacArthur, General Douglas–80 Martinez, M. R.–235 Monsalud, F.C.–197 Naldoza, A.–121 Masangkay, J.S.–305 Monsalud, M.R.–133, 135 NARIC–114 332
  • Narra–49 Novero, E. –108 P Peñas, N.–48 Nash, Royal F.–16 Novero, S.M.–296 P.D. 936–182 Peneyra, R.S.–209 Nasipit Lumber Co.–86 Novero, W.–108 Pablico, S.M.–306 Pentoney, R. E.–96 Nasol, R. L.–247, 249 NPA–162 Pacardo. E.P.–216, 217 Pepper–4 National Artist–68, 69 NRN–168 PACD–118 Peralta, E.O.–191 National Cooperative Rice and Corn NSDB–194 Pacific Ocean–80 Peredo, B.–108 Improvement Program–114 NSTA–194 Pacificador Jr., A.Y.–244 Perez, Jr., C. B.–168, 185, 208, 268, National Crop Protection Center– NTCRD–207 Padolina, C.D.–203, 213, 312, 314 293 182, 225, 280 Nueva Ecija–8, 12 Padolina, W.G.–189, 293, 297 Perilla, M.V.–177 National Economic Council–96 Nuevo, P.A.–179 PAFERN–232 PESAM–216, 228 National Economic Development Nutmeg–4 Paguirigan, D.B.–294 Peta–116 Authority–150 Nutritionist-Dietician of the Year– Palad, O.A.–236, 302 PFEN–269 National Guard–32 236 Palao, M.–292 Pflueger, Otto W.–48, 50 National Institute of Biotechnology Palawan National Agricultural PhD Agricultural Economics–177 and Applied Microbiology–188 College–222 PhD Agricultural Engineering–242 National Museum–54 Paller, E.C.–302 PhD Biotechnology National Plant Genetic Resources O Palma Bridge–64, 66 PhD Community Education–246 Laboratory–212, 213, 276 OASH–275 Palmquist, E.–108 PhD Environmental Science–216 National Research Network –168 Obedoza, R.B.–248 Pampanga–8, 50, 228 PhD Extension Education–246 National Rice and Corn Obien, S.R.–218, 219, 303 Pampanga Sugar Co. Ltd.–42 PhD Genetics–138 Improvement Corporation–114 Ocampo, V.R.–269 Pancho, J.–178, 305 PhD Molecular Biology and National Science and Technology Ocfemia, G.O.–104 Pandacan–36 Biotechnology–266 Authority–194 Office of Anti-Sexual Harassment– Panganiban, D.F.–293 Philamin–70, 71 National Science Development 275 Paningbatan Jr., E.P.–269 Philippine Agriculturist–76 Board–194 Office of Business Affairs–138 Panopio, R.G.–206 Philippine Agriculturist and National Seed Industry Council–219 Office of Extension and Pantas Award–219, 236 Forester–22, 26 National Training Center for Rural Publications–116 Pantastico, E.B–179 Philippine Agroforestry Education Development–207 Office of Parks and Wildlife–126 PAO–212 and Research Network–232 National Transmission Office of Public Relations–213 Paris, T.B.–177 Philippine Assembly–16 Corporation–284 Olivares, F.P.–293 Paris, T.R.–305 Philippine Association of Forestry National Young Scientist Award– ONAPUP–255 PARRFI R&D Awards – 167 Colleges, Inc.–269 236 Onate, B.T. –105, 235 Pateros duck industry–35 Philippine Bureau of Forestry–16 National Yunlin University of Onate, L.U.–307 Pathology-Entomology Laboratory Philippine Carabao Program – 167 Science and Technology–284 Oppenfeld, H. von –11, 158 building–36 Philippine Council for Agricultural Navarro, R.L.–245 Organization of the Non-academic Paulino, L.–105, 109 Research (PCAR) – 166, 167 Navasero, H.C.–296 Personnel of UP–255 Payawal, P. C.–173, 205 Philippine Council for Agriculture, NCPC–182, 196, 269, 276, 280 Orillo, F. T. – 105, 156, 162, 268 Payne, W. J. – 148 Forestry, and Natural NEC-AID–125 Oryctes rhinoceros L.-24 PCAR–168, 194 Resources Research and NEC-ICA–114 Osmeña, S.–19 PCARRD–219, 222, 299, 301 Development (PCARRD) – 167 NEC-ICA scholarships–109 Outstanding Agricultural PCARRD Pantas Award–169 Philippine Council of USAID –106, NEDA–150, 222 Engineers–236 PCARRD Sinag Award–169 114 Neer, Lester–36 Outstanding Graduate Award–236 PCARRD Tanglaw Award–169 Philippine Country Life Negros Occidental–12, 57 Outstanding Physician in PCSPE–164 Association–100 Negros Oriental–39 Community Service Award–236 PD 48 - 166 Philippine Forestry Education New People’s Army – 162 Outstanding Veterinarian in P.D. 936–182 Network, Inc. –269 NGOs–220, 229, 250, 254 Education Award–236 PD 1559–190 Philippine government – 57, 148 Nitroplus–188 OVCI–275 Pelmictrol–188, 251 Philippine Junior Chamber of North Carolina A and T University– OVCRE–267 Peñalba, F.F.–199 Commerce (JAYCEE) – 157 284 Peñalba, L.M.–247 Philippine legislature–33 333
  • Philippine Medical School–12 Proud, D.M.–111 Rapid Rural Systems Appraisal–217 Rola, L.–121 Philippine National Guard–32 PSAS Awards–236 Rasco, E.T.–181, 304 Roldan, E.–87 Philippine Normal School–12, 14, 36, PSB Rc16–219 Raymundo, A.K.–173, 205 Roman, E.R.–291 60 PSM Distinguished Raymundo, M.–109 RMC–194 Philippine Pegasus–238 Microbiologist–236 Rayos, A.A.–303 Roosevelt Jr., Theodore–54 Philippine Rice Research Institute– Psychology–105 Razal, R. A.–257, 259 Roperos, N.–293 218 Psychosocial Month–283 RCPCC–158 Rosario, E. L. -142, 196, 197, 295 Philippine Women’s University–100 Pterocarpus spp.–50 Reaño, M.M.P.–275 Rosario, E.A.–221 Philippines – 35, 57, 65, 150 Pterocarpus vidalianus Rolfe–49 Rebugio, L. L.–190, 256, 257 ROTC cadets–77 Philippine-US War Damage Funds– Public Affairs Office–212 Reforestation–50 ROTC hunters–80 100 Pulp and Paper Production–97 Regional Applied Communication Rothschild, G.–141 PhilRice–218, 219 Pulp and Paper Research and Office–222 Roxas, D.B.–199 Philsoy – 143, 145 Training Center–133 Regional Training Centers for Rural Roxas, M. L.–22, 26, 39, 294 PHTRC–179, 269 Development–207 Roxas, N.P.–199, 269 Physical Education–105 Regional Training Program on Royal Forest Department of Physical Sciences building–20, 29, Food and Nutrition Planning– Thailand–135 66, 260 Q 214 Royal palms–34, 72 Physical Sciences–15, 173 Quebral, F.C. – 147, 306 Reinking, Otto A.–38 RRC–182 Physics–172, 173 Quebral, N.–117 REPS–252, 255, 275 RRSA–217 Pick and Pay Garden–286 Queen Sirikit–110 Republic Act No. 352–94 RTCRD–207 Pili Drive–64 Quezon, Manuel L.–32, 49, 57, 72 Republic Act No. 989–95 Rural High School–63, 100, 107, 237 Piñol, A.A.–221 Quezon–240 Research Management Center–194 Plant Biology–204 Quimbo, L.–108 Research, extension and Plant Breeding–105, 111 Quimio, T.H.–302 professional staff–252, 255 Plant Pathology–61, 104, 105 Quinine–50 Resma, P.W.–306 S Plant Physiology–60, 105 Quintana, V. U.–121, 298 Resurreccion, A.N.–243 Sacay, F.M.–104 Plant Physiology Laboratory Quisumbing, Eduardo–54 Revilla Jr., A.V.–125, 190, 257, 297 Sacay, O.J. – 150, 293 building–20, 29 Quisumbing, Edgardo–184, 293 Revitalized General Education Saguiguit, F.F.–294 PMCP Awards–236 Program–266 Saguiguit, G..F. – 154, 174 Pollisco, F.S.–125, 221, 303 Reyes, E. D. – 147, 197 Saguiguit, S.C.–174 POs–229, 250 Reyes, S.G.–178 Sajise, P. E.-142, 155, 173, 174, 217, Ponce, E. –267 R RGEP–266 297 Pordesimo, A.N.–109 R. Hidalgo Street–12 Rice–218 Sakdalistas–78 Portillo, R.–127 RA 3523–126 Rice and Corn Production Salvaging staff–83 Postharvest Horticulture Training Rabina, R.R.–292 Coordinating Council – 158 Salvosa, Felipe–48 and Research Center–179 Racelis, A.–48 Rice shortage–8 Samahang Nayon – 120 Poultry Avenue–100 RACO–222 Rimando, L.C.–302 Samonte, A.–172, 174, 188, 208 Poultry Science–104, 105 Radyo DZLB–222 Rivera Jr., L.M.–306 Sampaguita Garland Festival–101 Presidential Assistant for Ralstonia solanacearum–204 Rizal–8, 12. 117, 190, 240 San Agustin, G.–36, 209 Community Development–118 Ramai–70 Rizal Centenary Carillon–238 San Juan, M.–108, 109 Presidential Commission to Survey Ramirez, D. A. – 147, 156, 235, 259 Rizal Pro Patria Award–236 San Luis, F. – 158 Philippine Education – 163, 164 Ramirez, T.J.–189 Robles, A.V. – 148 Sanchez, F. F.–182, 183 Presidential Decree No. 58 – 165 Ramon Magsaysay Award–185 Robinson, M.E.–111 Sandoval, A.R.–298 Princeton University–172 Ramos, F. V.–240 Rockefeller Foundation – 103, 108, Sandoval, P.R.–121, 177, 178, 247, Proclamation No. 106–54 Ranchers’ Club–99, 100 138, 139, 147 249 Producers Market–287 Ranger course–89 Rodent Research Center–182 Sangalang, R.–291 Program on Environmental Science Ranit, G.O.–109 Rola, A.C.–246, 249 Santillana, C.P.–250 and Management–216, 228 Rapera, R.B.–298 Rola, F.–87 Santos, B.–292 334
  • Santos, C. R.–100 Singapore–32 Steinkraus, K. H. –144 Teacher pensionados–14 Santos, F. O.–78, 104, 114 Sison, E. C.– 145, 298 STFAP–255 TEAM Spirit–280 Santos, H.J.–292 Sison, Jesus–100 Sterculia oblongata–127 Technical Cooperation Project–218 Santos, I.–109 Sison, Jerome –249 Sto. Tomas, P.A.–293 Technology Demonstration and Santos, S.–108 Sison, O. F. – 100, 109, 117, 147, 156, Student barrio–14 Production Plots–286 Saplaco, S. R.–256, 257 307 Student Union – 14, 166 Technology Livelihood Resource SAVE-FARMS–197 Socialized Tuition and Financial STUDI–213 Center-189 SBY98–43 Assistance Program–255 STS–212 Tempongko, C.–26 School-in-the-Air – 148 Social laboratory – 154 STW–272, 274 Ten Outstanding Young Men – School of Agriculture–12 Society of Filipino Foresters–132 STWIP–274 157, 301 School of Environmental Science Soil Science–104, 111 Subsistence agriculture–4 Ten Outstanding Young Science and Management –216 Soil Science department–106 SUCs–207, 215, 254, 308 Researchers–236 School of Fine Arts–12 Soils building–67 SUGA–233 Ten Outstanding Young School of Forestry–27, 34, 49, 50, Solivas, E.S.–244 Sugar–4 Scientists–301 51, 52, 54, 56, 57, 65, 72, 77, 78, Soliven, M.V.–294 Sugar centrals–39 Teodoro, A.–70 82, 83, 86, 87, 90, 94, 96 Soria, A.L.–248 Sugar technology–39 Tesoro, F.O.–125, 133, 293 Schwartz, B.–36 Soriano, D.–87 Sulit, C.–86 Tetangco, F. B. – 166 Science Orientation I–173 Soriano, F.–133 Sulit, M.–48, 54 Thailand – 154 Science Orientation II–173 South America–6 Sumalde. A.C.–178 Tjeremas–116 Science Teaching Using Distance Southern Tagalog Agriculture and Surigao–86 TLRC–189 Instruction–213 Resources Research and Swaminathan, M.S.–141 Tobacco–6, 7 Science, Technology and Society– Development Consortium –222, Swaminathan Outstanding R&D Tobacco House–21, 36 212 299 Awards–167 Tobacco plant–6 SEANAFE–233 Southeast Asia Co-prosperity Swedish International Tobacco war–6 SEARCA– 20, 164, 174, 194 Sphere–78 Development Authority–192 Tolentino, D. B.–235 Second World War–54 Southeast Asian Regional Center Syracuse University–48, 49, 94, 97 Tolentino, G.–68 Secretary of Public Instruction–12, for Graduate Study and Systematics–172 Tomboc, C.C.–221, 303 70 Research in Agriculture – 154 Tongson, M.S.–302 Seed and Harvest Laboratory and Southeast Asian Network on Topacio, Jr., T.M.–209 Silk Culture House–20, 29 Torres, C.S.–245 T Agroforestry Education–233 Selective logging–120 Spain–4 Town-and-Gown Program–212 Seniors’ Social Garden–230, 261 Spanish government–6 Tabanao, P.L.–306 Toxicology Serrano, E.P.–179 Spanish regime–4 Tablante, N. B.–100, 105, 121, 294 TOYM – 167, 301 Serrano, S.C.–294 Spavin–36 Tabora Jr., P.C.–298 TOYS–301 SESAM–216, 217 Spices–4 Tabujara, E.G.–212 Track and field events–38 Sevilla, M.–105 Springer, A.–56 Taho – 145 Trade liberalization Shallow tubewell –272, 273 Stanford University–25 talahib–4, 10, 14 Training and Education Report No. Shallow tubewell irrigation– 176 St. Therese Chapel–80, 100 Talatala, R.L.–247 51 Shealy, A. S.–36, 209 Sta. Cruz–78 Talavera, M.T.M.–215 Training and Technology Center– Sherfesee, Forsythe–48 Sta. Cruz Upland Growers’ Tamesis, F.–48, 54, 57, 86, 87, 295 286 Siam–40 Association–233 Tamolang, F.–87, 125, 133, 134 Training Center for Tropical SIDA–192 Sta. Iglesia, Jesus–121, 247 Tan, Vital–93 Resources and Ecosystems Silk–4 Sta. Romana, C.O.–296 Tanco, A. – 125, 163, 164, 166 Sustainability–193, 258, 259 Silva, A. L. – 164, 165 STARRDEC–222, 299 Tanglaw Award–219 TRANSCO–284 Silvics–16 State universities and colleges–207 Tantoco, J.P.W.–307 TREES–193, 258, 259 Silviculture–87, 96 State University of New York Tarlac–6, 228 Trichogramma parasitoids–182 Sinag-Buhay Award–236 (SUNY)–96, 124 Tavanlar, E.J.–297 Tuazon, A.G.–174, 215 Sinco, L.G.–291 Statistics–105, 172 TCP–218, 219 Tubigan 7–219 335
  • Tuntungin Hill–54, 80 University Research and Extension 283, 284, 285, 299, 301, 308, 310, Vergara, N.T.–108, 131, 297 Turalba, V.S.M.–275 Council–212 313, 314 Veterans of the Revolution–50 Turk, K.L.–111 University Student Council–68 UPLB Academic Heritage Veterinary Science buildings–37 Typhoon Milenyo–281 UP – 126, 162, 213 Monument–262, 268 Veterinary Teaching Hospital–208 UP Board of Regents – 165, 172, UPLB Administration Building – 151 VHT–179 240, 256, 312 UPLB Agroforestry Program–258 Viado, G.–105 U UPCA – 70, 100, 102, 104, 108, 111, UPLB Alumni Center–285 Victor, M.L.C.–306 113, 114, 129, 138, 142, 144, 146, UPLB Alumni Park–285 Villadolid, D.V.–294 UAP–232 147, 148, 150, 156, 157, 158, 162, UPLBAA–285 Villaflor, A.A.–125 UFC–283 163, 164, 172, 173, 184, 185, UPLBCAAA–285 Villancio, V.T.–233 UFS–283 314 UPLB Computer Center–212 Villanueva, L.–105 Ugnayan ng Pahinungod Program UPCA Administration building – UPLB-DA-BAR RDE Network–267 Villanueva, M.R.–292 of UPLB–252 151 UPLB Foundation, Inc.–265 Villareal, R. L. – 155, 181, 218, 240, UHS–275 UPCA Agricultural Engineering UPLB Graduate School – 103, 156 264, 268, 308 Uichanco, L. B.–69, 76, 78, 100, 104, building – 153 UPLB Health Services – 153 Villegas, Fe K–100 110, 114, 117, 119, 138 UPCA Auditorium – 152 UPLB Library–19, 29 Villegas Hall–195. Umali, D.L. – 105, 110, 114, 138, UPCA-Cornell University Contract– UPLB Pahinungod –253 Villegas, V.–104 144, 146, 154, 155, 158, 162, 291, 111, 142 UPLB Program for Upland NGOs– Villegas, V.N.–181, 236 297 UPCA Infirmary – 153 232 Virata, E.T.–126 Umali, R.–294 UPCA Library – 142 UPLB Student Union – 152 Virginia Polytechnic State UNDF–148 UPCA Library building–106 UPLB System One–284 University–284 UNDP– 167 UPCA Physical Sciences building – UPLB Var 2, 3 and 4 – 158 Visayas State University–290 United Nations Development 153 UPOU–312, 313, 314 Vitex parviflora–50 Fund– 148 UPCA Student Union – 152 UPOU Oblation–313 Vocational Education Act No. 3377 United States–49 UP College of Agriculture–10, 228, UPUN–232 VPV–188 Universidad Cientifico-Leteraria de 268 UREC–212 VSU – 167 Filipinas–72 UP College of Forestry–126 US War Damage Commission–87 University athletic competitions–38 UP College of Nursing–100 US–110 University championship UP College of Public US Agricultural Survey Mission– competitions–38 Administration–212 102 W University Council–131 UP– Cornell Graduate Education USAID – 120, 154, 188 Wagelie, E. G. – 148, 157 University Food Center–282, 283 Program –142, 146, 147 USM – 167 Walde, J.I.R.F.–275 University Food Service–283 UP Diliman – 164, 165, 172, 208, 212, Ward, A.R.–209 University Health Service–275, 277 240 Washington State University–284 University of California at UP Los Baños – 164, 240 Washington, D. C.–93 Berkeley–284 UP Manila–100, 101 V Wayne State University–172 University of Hawaii Manoa–284 UP Open University–266, 312, 313 Valbuena, R.–133 WCCS–275 University of Illinois–44 UP Professional Awards–236 Valderama, O.M.–302 West Germany–125 University of Michigan–48 UP Provident Fund–255 Valdez, Juan Gonzales–4 Whitford, H. N.–16 University of Queensland–280 UP Rural High School–261, 264, 265 Valdez, C.A.–209 Women’s Crisis Counseling University of Southern Mindanao– UP Sigma Beta Sorority Alumnae Valera, C.–109 Service–275 290 Association Valmayor, R.L.– 168, 303 Women’s Dormitory–107, 153 University of the Philippines–33, UPCF-Cornell University–96 Vapor Heat Treatment–179 Wood Mechanics–97 48, 94, 126 UPCO – 146 Varona, A.–105 Wood Physics–124 University of Washington–48 UPLB – 68, 69, 164, 167, 172, 173, Vega Jr., M.R. – 147, 297 Wood Science building–130, 224 University of Wisconsin–39, 60, 93, 188, 208, 212, 220, 222, 224, 228, Velasco, J. R.–105, 305 Wood Science and Technology–128 97 230, 232, 246, 254, 264, 265, 267, Velasco, L.R. I.–183, 268, 280 Wood Technology–88, 97, 124 University Publications Office–212, 270, 271, 272, 276, 280, 281, 282, Velasco, T.–287 Wood Technology building–130 235 Ventura, A.F. – 158 World Bank – 150, 195, 208 336
  • World War II–75, 77 Writ of habeas corpus– 163 X Xuan, Vo-Tong–306 Y York, T. L.–111 Young Men’s Christian Association–65 Young, R. – 143 Yulo, L.–112 Yun Cho, Chae–303 Yutuc, L.M.–209 Z Zabala, N.–125 Zafaralla, M.T.–205, 302 Zambales–8, 33, 228 Zamboanga–76 Zamora, J.F.–296 Zamuco, G.–51, 87, 124, 129, 132 Ziegler, R.–141 Zoology–172 Zubiri, J.M F.–293 337
  • Acronyms AB-Bachelor of Arts CEAT–College of Engineering and Agro-industrial Technology ACA-Agricultural Credit Administration CEM–College of Economics and Management ACAP-Association of Colleges of Agriculture in the Philippines CFED–Centre for Forestry Education Development ACCI-Agricultural Credit and Cooperatives Institute CFERDAP–Centre for Forestry Education, Research and Development for ACTETSME-APEC Center for Technology Exchange and Training in Small Asia and Pacific Region and Medium-Scale Enterprises CGIAR–Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research AFMA-Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Act CHE–College of Human Ecology AMTEC–Agricultural Machinery Testing and Evaluation Center CHED–Commission on Higher Education APEC–Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation CIAT–Centro Internacionale de Agricultura Tropical (International Center ARDS–Agricultural and Rural Development Scholarship for Tropical Agriculture) ARI–Agrarian Reform Institute CLSU–Central Luzon State University ASEAN–Association of Southeast Asian Nations CMU–Central Mindanao University ASPECTS–Agroforestry Support Program for Empowering Communities CPAf–College of Public Affairs Toward Self-Reliance CPDS–Center for Policy and Development Studies ATI–Agricultural Training Institute CPU–Central Philippine University BAgric–Bachelor of Agriculture CSSP–Crop Science Society of the Philippines BAEx–Bureau of Agricultural Extension CVM–College of Veterinary Medicine BAO–Business Affairs Office DA–Department of Agriculture BARC–Barangay Agrarian Reform Committee DAAD–Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (German Academic BIDA–Barangay Integrated Development Approach Exchange Service) BIDANI–Barangay Integrated Development Approach for Nutrition DA-BAE–Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Agricultural Extension Improvement DA-BAR–Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Agricultural Research BIOMAT–Biodiversity Monitoring and Assessment Techniques DAERS–Department of Agricultural Education and Rural Studies BIOTECH–National Institute of Biotechnology and Applied Microbiology DANR–Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources BMIS–Barangay Management Information System DBM–Department of Budget and Management BOR–Board of Regents DBP–Development Bank of the Philippines BPI1–Bureau of Plant Industry DENR–Department of Environment and Natural Resources BPI2–Bank of Philippine Islands DFST–Department of Food Science and Technology BS–Bachelor of Science DOST–Department of Science and Technology BSA–Bachelor of Science in Agriculture DT/C–Drying Tunnel/Chamber BSCE–Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering DTRI–Dairy Training and Research Institute BSF–Bachelor of Science in Forestry DVM–Doctor of Veterinary Medicine BSU–Benguet State University ECA–Economic Cooperation Agency BSWM–Bureau of Soils and Water Management EDPITAF–Education Projects Implementing Task Force CALABARZON –Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon EENP–Environmental Education Network of the Philippines CARP–Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program EHWD–Extended Hot Water Dip CAS–College of Arts and Sciences EO–Executive Order CDC–College of Development Communication ERDB–Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau CDEM–College of Development Economics and Management ERDS–Ecosystems Research and Development Service 338
  • ET–Embryo Transfer ILC–Interactive Learning Center FAO–Food and Agriculture Organization IMSP–Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics FACOMA–Farmers’ Coop Marketing Association INIBAP–International Network for the Improvement of Banana and FHDO–Farm and Home Development Office Plantain FORI–Forest Research Institute INSAET–Institute of Agricultural Engineering and Technology FORPRIDECOM–Forest Products Research and Industry Development INTAPS–Integrated Academic Programs in the Sciences Commission IPB–Institute of Plant Breeding FPRDI–Forest Products Research and Development Institute IPM–Integrated Pest Management FS–Farming System IRNR–Institute of Renewable Natural Resources FSB–Finishing Spray Booth IRRI–International Rice Research Institute FSSRI–Farming Systems and Soil Resources Institute ISAAA–International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech FST–Food Science and Technology Applications FSTP–Farmer-Scientist Training Program ISPPS–Institute of Strategic Planning and Policy Studies FTLD–Furnace-type Lumber Dryer JAYCEE–Philippine Junior Chamber of Commerce FYDP–Five-Year Development Program JICA–Japan International Cooperation Agency GE–General Education KKMI–Katipunan ng Kooperatiba ng Maggagatas, Inc. GIS–Geographic Information Systems LBSC–Los Baños Science Community GMO–Genetically Modified Organism LBSCFI–Los Baños Science Community Foundation, Inc. HAMIS–Health and Management Information System LCC–Leaf Color Chart IADA–Institute of Agricultural Development and Administration LFRI–Lake Fisheries Research Institute IAE–Institute of Agricultural Engineering LGU–Local Government Unit IAF–Institute of Agroforestry LGUs–Local Government Units IARDS–Institute of Agrarian and Rurban Development Studies LlB–Bachelor of Laws IAS–Institute of Animal Science LLP–Low Lift Pump IBS–Institute of Biological Sciences LRC–Learning Resource Center ICA1–International Cooperation Administration MA–Master of Arts ICA2–International Coop Alliance MADECOR–Mandala Agricultural Development Corporation ICA-NEC–International Cooperation Administration-National Economic MARD–Management of Agricultural and Rural Development Council MCME–Makiling Center for Mountain Ecosystems ICE–Institute of Community Education MF–Master of Forestry ICO–Internal Control Office MIT–Mindanao Institute of Technology ICRISAT–International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics MM–Master in Management IDMG–Institute of Development Management and Governance MMSU– Mariano Marcos State University IESAM–Institute of Environmental Science and Management MOOE–Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses IFC–Institute of Forest Conservation MPAf–Master in Public Affairs IFST–Institute of Food Science and Technology MPS–Master of Professional Studies IGF–Insulin-like Growth Factor MPS-FNP–Master of Professional Studies in Food and Nutrition Planning ILARRDEC–Ilocos Agriculture and Resources Research and Development MS–Master of Science Consortium MSA–Mutual Security Agency 339
  • NARIC–National Rice and Corn Improvement Corporation RDE–Research, Development and Extension NCPC–National Crop Protection Center REPS–Research, Extension and Professional Staff NEC–National Economic Council RF–Rockefeller Foundation NEDA–National Economic Development Authority RGEP–Revitalized General Education Program NGO–Non-government Organization RMC–Research Management Center NPA–New People’s Army ROTC–Reserve Officers’ Training Corps NRN–National Research Network RRC–Rodent Research Center NSDB–National Science Development Board RRSA–Rapid Rural Systems Appraisal NSE–Non-sampling Errors RTCRD–Regional Training Center for Rural Development NSTA–National Science and Technology Authority S&T–Science and Technology NTCRD–National Training Center for Rural Development ScD–Doctor of Science NU–National University ScM–Master of Science OASH–Office of Anti-Sexual Harassment SCU-NGO–State Colleges and Universities- Non-government Organization OIC–Officer-in-Charge SEANAFE– Southeast Asian Network on Agroforestry Education ONAPUP–Organization of the Non-academic Personnel of UP SEARCA–Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and OVCI–Office of the Vice Chancellor for Instruction Research in Agriculture OVCRE–Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension SESAM–School of Environmental Science and Management PACD–Presidential Assistant for Community Development SIDA–Swedish International Development Authority PAFERN–Philippine Agroforestry Education and Research Network STARRDEC–Southern Tagalog Agriculture and Resources Research and PAO–Public Affairs Office Development Consortium PARRFI–Philippine Agriculture and Resources Research Foundation, Inc. STFAP–Socialized Tuition and Financial Assistance Program PCAR–Philippine Council for Agricultural Research STS–Science, Technology and Society PCARRD–Philippine Council for Agriculture, Forestry, and Natural STUDI–Science Teaching Using Distance Instruction Resources Research and Development STW–Shallow Tube Well PCR–Polymerase Chain Reaction STWIP–Shallow Tube Well Irrigation Project PCSPE–Presidential Commission to Survey Philippine Education SUCs–State Universities and Colleges PD–Presidential Decree SUGA–Sta. Cruz Upland Growers’ Association PESAM–Program on Environmental Science and Management SUNY–State University of New York PFEN–Philippine Forestry Education Network TCP–Technical Cooperation Project PhD–Doctor of Philosophy TLRC–Technology Livelihood Resource Center PHILCUSA–Philippine Council of USAid TOYM–Ten Outstanding Young Men PHTRC–Postharvest Horticulture Training and Research Center TOYW–Ten Outstanding Young Women PMCP–Pest Management Council of the Philippines TOYS–Ten Outstanding Young Scientists PO–Peoples’ Organization TRANSCO–National Transmission Corporation PSAS– Philippine Society of Animal Science TREES–Training Center for Tropical Resources and Ecosystems PSM–Philippine Society of Microbiologists Sustainability R&D–Research and Development UAP–UPLB Agroforestry Program RACO–Regional Applied Communication Office UFC–University Food Center RCPCC–Rice and Corn Production Coordinating Council UFS–University Food Service 340
  • UHS–University Health Service UPOU–UP Open University UN–United Nations UP–University of the Philippines UNDF–United Nations Development Fund UPUN–UPLB Program for Upland NGOs UNDP–United Nations Development Program UREC–University Research and Extension Council UPCA–University of the Philippines College of Agriculture USA–United States of America UPCF–University of the Philippines College of Forestry USAID–United States Agency for International Development UPCO–UP-Cornell Graduate Education Program USM–University of Southern Mindanao UPLB–University of the Philippines Los Baños VAC–Visayas Agricultural College UPLBAA–University of the Philippines Los Baños Alumni Association VHT–Modified Vapor Heat Treatment UPLB-CA–University of the Philippines Los Baños-College of Agriculture ViSCA–Visayas State College of Agriculture UPLB-DA-BAR RDE–University of the Philippines Los Baños-Department VSU–Visayas State University of Agriculture-Bureau of Agricultural Research-Research, WCCS–Women’s Crisis Counseling Service Development and Extension YMCA–Young Men’s Christian Association 341
  • Acknowledgement A year ago, this coffee table book was just a dream. At the end of the Production Team’s work, we can say the end-product exceeded our expectations because in the beginning, we were expecting to have 270 pages with about 500 pictures. As it turned out, we have a book of over 300 pages with more than 1,000 pictures. This book would not have been possible without the help of more than 120 people who provided assistance to the Production Team in one way or another. To all of them, particularly the Deans of different colleges, the Directors of different research institutes and centers, and the Heads of national and international organizations in Los Baños, as well as their most helpful staff, we are deeply indebted and most grateful. Below is the list of those who deserve our heartfelt gratitude: 1. UPLB Colleges and Schools Ms. Aileen S. Peria UPLB Graduate School Ms. Lilia T. Tolentino Dr. Ernesto V. Carpio CA Ms. Corazon C. Jalotlot Ms. Consorcia O. Briones Dr. Candida B. Adalla and staff Ms. Editha R. Sazon Ms. Lilia A. Banalo CAS CPAf 2. UPLB Research Institutes and Dr. Asuncion K. Raymundo Dr. Agnes C. Rola Centers Mr. Edwin N. Camaya Ms. Beth de los Reyes Clemente Ms. Eileen M. Mamino ACCI CDC Mr. Danilo G. Reforma Dr. Eulogio T. Castillo Dr. Cleofe S. Torres Ms. Inda Manese Ms. Fe Balinos CVM Ms. Greche Cepillo Dr. Conrado A. Valdez Agricultural Systems Cluster (formerly Ms. Baby Romero FSSRI) CEAT Ms. Rizza Estadola Dr. Rodrigo B. Badayos Dr. Victor B. Ella Ms. Filma Calalo Eng. Marife R. Santiago Maquiling School Dr. Rectorino Escobin Mrs. Myrna C. de Roma and staff CEM Animal and Dairy Science Cluster Dr. Liborio S. Cabanilla and staff SESAM (formerly IAS) Dr. Ma. Victoria O. Espaldon Dr. Ninfa P. Roxas CHE Mr. Pol Q. Veluz Dr. Domingo Roxas Dr. Sue Liza Saguiguit Dr. Nenette de Castro Ms. Daisy Lampayan UPRHS Prof. Oliver Abanto Dr. Marison R. Dy Prof. Liza Carascal Mr. Jed Yebron Ms. Annie Anenias Ms. Consuelo Amor Estrella CFNR Ms. Jenny Claveria Dr. Ramon A. Razal Ugnayan ng Pahinungod Ms. Dei Natividad Ms. Maybel T. Yonzon Dr. Jose R. Medina Mr. Bobby Sandoval 342
  • Ms. Myrna Galang IAF IPB Ms. Olive Emata Dr. Wilfredo M. Carandang Dr. Jose Hernandez Ms. Pensie Tubig Ms. Nene Piamonte ATI Ms. Reineleen Reyes Dr. Matilde V. Maunahan Dr. Danilo P. Ochoa Ms. Angela S. Amoloza IARDS IRNR Ms. Mariel Celeste A. Cortez Dr. Linda Peñalba Dr. Arturo SA. Castillo Mr. Rolando V. Maningas Ms. Doris Aquino Prof. Cristino L. Tiburan Ms. Flordeliz Sanchez Prof. Rogelio T. Andrada BIOTECH Ms. Sarah Peralta Ms. Myrla B. Palijon Dr. Ida F. Dalmacio Ms. Riza Traumata Ms. Lerma Moran IS IBS Prof. Roselle V. Collado ERDB Dr. Cleofas S. Cervancia and staff Prof. Nellwyn M. Levita Dr. Marcial C. Amaro, Jr. and Ms. Marilyn T. Sanchez staff IC Dr. Maxima E. Flavier ISPPS FDC Ms. Maribel I. Menguito Dr. Aser B. Javier and staff Dr. Renato L. Lapitan Ms. Enalyn P. Martinez ICE MBG Irene P. Bondad Dr. Josefina T. Dizon For. Robert P. Cereno Juanito A. Alip Francisca O. Tan MCME Food Science Cluster (formerly IFST) ICS Dr. Portia Lapitan Dr. Reynaldo C. Mabesa Prof. Concepcion L. Khan Ms. Erlinda N. Rebugio Prof. Dennis Marvin Santiago Prof. Paul Prantilla Ms. Aniceta Daisy D. Estrellado Ms. Dory de Villa Zenaida M. Lustria Ms. Lydia Sanchez MNH IDMG Dr. Ireneo I. Lit, Jr. FPRDI Dr. Aser B. Javier Mr. Fausto Juanillas Dr. Florence P. Soriano Ms. Lennie de los Reyes Ms. Nina Alcachupas NCPC Mr. Medardo Centeno IHNF Dr. Jose Medina Mr. More Santander Dr. Ma. Antonia G. Tuazon Mr. Audel Mosteiro Ms. Lorna O. Garcia TREES Mr. Sherwin Lalap Mrs. Corazon A. Calimag IMSP Ms. Liza Malabanan IAE Prof. Genaro A. Cuaresma Dr. Arsenio N. Resurreccion and Prof. Marvin U. Herrera UHS staff Prof. Nelson Altoveros Dr. Ma. Victoria Turralba Mr. Dave Alcantara Dr. Myla Aveña 343
  • 3. National and International 4. Others: 16. Dean Faustino T. Orillo Organizations in UPLB 17. Dr. Rafaela Calendacion 1. Dr. Elpidio L. Rosario 18. Mr. Risanty J. Lonto IRRI 2. Mr. Frank C. Cornejo 19. Ms. Daisy B. Diola Dr. Robert Ziegler and staff 3. Dr. Raul de Guzman 20. Mr. Frank A. Hilario 4. Dr. Nelia Gonzales 21. Dr. Rosendo K. Palis PCARRD 5. Dr. Jose R. Velasco 22. Ms. Ellen Racelis of PFEN Dr. Patricio S. Faylon and staff 6. Chancellor Rey Luis I. Velasco 23. Office of the Chancellor staff 7. Dr. Emil Q. Javier 24. Office of Public Relations staff SEARCA 8. Dr. Celestino Habito 25. The Records Management Dr. Arsenio M. Balisacan and staff 9. Dr. Lucrecio Rebugio Office staff 10. Dr. Florentino O. Tesoro 26. UPLB Main Library staff PhilRice 11. Dr. Napoleon T. Vergara Dr. Leocadio Sebastian and staff 12. Dean Gregorio Zamuco 13. Dr. Emiliana N. Bernardo UPOU 14. Dr. Dinah Pura T. Depositario Dr. Grace J. Alfonso and staff 15. Dr. Romulo del Castillo We wish to express our sincere apologies to those whose names we missed to include in the list. 344
  • The Author FERNANDO APELO BERNARDO was born in Cabagan, Isabela, but grew up in Sta. Cruz, Laguna, Philippines. He holds the B.S. Agriculture degree (1955) and the M.S. degree (Plant Breeding, 1958) from the University of the Philippines, and the PhD degree (Genetics, 1962) from the North Carolina State University, U.S.A. At the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB), Bernardo was a faculty member in Plant Breeding and Industrial Crops (1955-72), Professor of Horticulture (1972-74), Acting Director of Business Affairs (1971), Director of Graduate Studies (1969-73), and Dean of the College of Agriculture (1973-72). Outside UPLB, he was Deputy Director General, Philippine Council for Agricultural Research (1972-73), President of the Visayas State College of Agriculture (ViSCA) (1974-84), President, Asian Association of Agri- cultural Colleges and Universities (AAACU) (1982-86); President, Asian Association of State Colleges and Universities (PASUC) (1981-82), Director, SEARCA (1984-87). Deputy Minister of Education (1984-86); and Deputy Director General for International Programs of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) (1987-1997). Bernardo is a recipient of the Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) Award in Genetics (1966), Rizal Pro Patria Award for educa- tional administration (1980); Most Outstanding Agricultural Educator of the Year (1978); PANTAS Award for Research Administration (1982), and Most Distinguished UPLB Alumnus Award (1986). He received a medal from Vietnam for helping in increasing rice production in that country. About the Book In 2005, the author thought that somebody must write a complete history of UPLB as a contribution towards the centennial celebra- tion of the institution. With the encouragement and support of Dr. Elpidio Rosario, the UPLBAA President, the author spent the year 2006 in reviewing 100 years of written and unwritten accounts of UPLB’s development, and then wrote a draft of the history book entitled 100 Milestones in UPLB’s history. Chancellor Luis Rey I. Velasco who had a chance to read the first draft of the book wrote: The book draws our attention to both well known as well as previously unknown historical events and interesting stories about UPLB and the people behind them. As we turn its pages, we get glimpses and snippets of the chal- lenges that faced our pioneer academicians and how they blazed trails, prepared and cultivated the grounds upon which UPLB now stands – a strong foundation upon which we continue to build. We see more vividly the many faces of our rich, colorful and exciting history. It helps us appreciate what it has taken to raise UPLB from its lowly birth and nurture it to maturity and grandeur in its 100 years. This coffee table book is based on the history book described by Chancellor Velasco. Aware that most people prefer to browse through colorful pages with pictures rather than read details of history in black and white, the author, with UPLBAA support, decided to produce this coffee table book. This book is humbly dedicated to all the pioneers, administrators, faculty members, employees, students, alumni, and friends of UPLB who, in one way or another, helped in molding this great institution. 345