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Saturday, April 30, 2011

ThinShape - safe and effective weight management regimen

THIN SHAPE  is designed to support weight management in a safe and effective way by sustaining normal gland function, increasing metabolism, and cleansing the digestive tract, while increasing lean muscle mass and decreasing body fat, including bad cholesterols.  It acts as an appetite suppressor.

SUGGESTED USE:
1 to 2 vegicap/s thrice daily with a full glass of water, preferably 30 minutes before meal.

INGREDIENTS:

Walnut Hull
Walnut Hull B.E.E. – contains rich organic iodine, which improves thyroid function and aids in weight loss.  It also has oxygenating abilities, which may help to burn excess fat, clean off excess toxins and purify the blood.

L-Arginine – aids in weight loss because it facilitates an increase in muscle mass and a reduction of body fat.

Almond
Almond B.E.E. – contains a high percentage of mono-unsaturated fatty acids that help lower cholesterol levels.

Vitamin C – is necessary for normal glandular function.  It can speed up a slow metabolism, prompting it to burn more calories.


PRICE:

CUSTOMER’S PRICE:   P85.00 per capsule; P2,500.00 (per box of 30 capsules)
DISTRIBUTOR’S PRICE:   P3,000.00 (2 boxes and includes registration).



HOW TO ORDER?

1.  Make a deposit payment at MLHUILLIER KWARTA PADALA in favor of JESUS VILLARIN QUIJANO (receiver), MAKATI CITY.
2.   Then, text me the KPTN or tracking number at 0929-4234-591 that you've deposited it already, your FULL NAME and ADDRESS.
4.   The product will be sent to your delivery address within 24 hours.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Grow Sweet Pepper for bigger income

Sweet Pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) also known as capsicum, kampana, or lara is the most widely used condiment all over the world.  It is consumed fresh, dried or processed.  Sweet pepper is a warm and dry season crop.  It germinates well at temperature of 20oC to 30oC and grows best at around 25o
VARIETY

Code and Variety
Days from Transplant
Plant
Fruit Shape
Features
 406 blue star
50
medium tall
elongated bell
continuous fruit set, uniform and smooth the fruit
 411 big star
55
tall
elongated bell
large long bell, productive
 412 beauty bell
50
dwarf
bell
medium thick wall, TMV tolerant
 415 uranus
50
medium tall
elongated bell
productive TMV resistant
 416 sunny star
50
medium tall
elongated bell
improved Ruby King type, TMV resistant
 417 queen star
45
slightly dwarf
long bell
thin flesh, uniform size, high yielding, TMV tolerant
 419 lucky star
50
medium tall
cylindrical
productive, suitable for fresh market
 1287 neptune
50
medium tall
long bell 16.5x7.0
fruit, thick flesh, resistant to TMV and CMV
1288 vega
45
slightly dwarf, spreading
square
thick flesh, good shipper, resistant to TMV and CMV


CLIMATIC AND SOIL REQUIREMENTS

Sweet pepper requires cool weather for best fruit quality, in low elevations, however, planting is the best from October to December.  In mid and high elevations, it can be grown throughout the year.

Sweet pepper grows well in any type of soil with pH of 5.5 to 6.5.  Production is best, however, in deep loam soil with good fertility, easy irrigation, adequate drainage and plenty of sunshine.

Sweet pepper should not be grown on the same soil year after year because of disease problems.  It is best to rotate the crop with rice, legume, sugarcane and corn.

SEEDLING PRODUCTION

One hectare requires 100-200 g of seeds, it is best to produce seedlings in nurseries and transplant 3-4 weeks later.  Prepare seedbeds by incorporating 2 - 4 kg of manure and 1-2 kg rice hull charcoal/m2.  Prepare 1m wide beds at any convenient length.  First, water the beds, then make lines across each bed at 7-10 cm apart.  Sow the seeds thinly if no pricking will be done.

FERTILIZER

To produce a good crop of sweet pepper, both manure and commercial fertilizer will be needed.

Cover lightly with manure and mulch with rice hull.  In the case of hybrid seeds, prick to nursery trays soon after germination.  Provide temporary shade and harden seedlings one week before transplanting.

LAND PREPARATION

Prepare the area thoroughly.  For small areas, make plots 0.75-1m wide for two-row/plot planting.  In bigger areas, make furrows 0.5-0.75 m apart for single row planting.  Apply basal fertilizer at 5 - 7 bags/ha 14-14-14 and 5-10 tons/ha manure.  [This mixture will be cut in half or 50% when Miracle Soil Conditioner (MSC) is applied a day before fertilization and every 15 days].  Transplant at a spacing of 0.3 - 0.5 m between hills. Irrigation must be started immediately after transplanting.

MULCHING

Use mulch to control weeds and promote better growth.  Rice hull, rice straw or plastic may be used.  In case of the latter, make beds 1m wide and incorporate the required manure and fertilizer.  Spread the mulch so that it will cover the sides with soil.

Plastic mulching is also important to prevent soil erosion during rainy season.  It also keeps the soil moist during the dry season and prevents sudden rises in temperature in the soil when its hot.

It is necessary to remove all the side shoots below the first branch of the main stem to promote fruit setting.

MAINTENANCE

Irrigate weekly.  Weed 2-3 times during the growing season.  Weeds must be removed as early as possible by hand or using a sickle.  If using a hoe, do not hoe the soil too deep as this will damage the roots.  Hoeing should also not be done during the latter part of the growing season.  It is best to intercrop with other vegetables, such as kutsai, and garlic as well as marigold to help minimize the incidence of insect pests.

Cultivation and weeding should be carried out before the first and second side-dressing.  Apply soil to cover the side-dressed fertilizer on the shoulders of the bed to facilitate the growth of roots and absorption of nutrients.



Side-dress with urea (46-0-0) every two weeks at 5- 10 g/hill depending on plant growth.  At the onset of the fruiting, use a ratio of 1:1 mixture of 46-0-0 and 0-6

PEST AND DISEASE MANAGEMENT

Insect Pests/Diseases
 Recommendation
Aphids
Intercropping; hot pepper spray, organophosphate
Spider mites
Intercropping; spray with miticide
Cutworm
Hot pepper spray; Bacillus thuringiensis
Fruitfly
Sanitation; fruitfly attractant
Fruit and shoot borer
Sanitation; hot pepper spray; synthetic pyrethroids
Bacterial wilt
Sanitation; use of resistant variety; avoidance
Nematodes
Application of chicken manure; Intercropping with marigold
Anthracnose
Crop rotation; sanitation, spray wrth Benlate
Leaf spot diseases
Sanitation; spray with Mancozeb. Benlate
Virus diseases
Refrain from smoking in the vicinity; rouging




HARVESTING

Start harvesting at 80-100 days from transplanting or 3 - 6 weeks after flowering.  Harvest mature green fruits or before it is reaches full maturity.

POST HARVEST

Sort fruits according to market standard and separate damaged fruits.  Fresh fruits can be stored up to five weeks at 4oC and 95% humidity.


PRICE of MSC:

Customer Price:        
P1,000.00 per 1-liter bottle (SRP)
Distributor's Price:   P4,750.00 per set of 5 bottles (includes registration).  




HOW TO ORDER?

1.  Make a deposit payment at MLHUILLIER KWARTA PADALA in favor of JESUS VILLARIN QUIJANO (receiver), MAKATI CITY.
2.   Then, text me the KPTN or tracking number at 0929-4234-591 that you've deposited it already, your FULL NAME and ADDRESS.
4.   The product will be sent to your delivery address within 24 hours.

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