Our Technologies

UPLB Technologies

UPLB has developed more than 500 technologies - products and processes -- that both public and private entities can use. Business players, entrepreneurs, researchers, and even organizations such as cooperatives may find this catalog useful in looking for technologies to commercialize and make profit from.

Owing to the development mandates of our organization, most of the technologies developed by the university are in public domain, except for technologies which have been protected under the registration and patenting process.

Owing to the development mandates of our organization, most of the technologies developed by the university are in public domain, except for technologies which have been protected under the registration and patenting process.

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C4-63 Rice

C4-63 (G) is high yielding rice variety irrigated lowland developed from a cross between Peta and BPI 76. It matures in about …

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Calamias Food Seasoning

Calamias can be developed into a cheaper souring agent or seasoning. The fruit is squeezed, dried, then ground or powdered. …

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Calamias Prunes

Calamias is an underutilized fruit which can be used by micro food entreprises. The whole calamias is steeped up for several …

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Calma Avocado

Fruit is large, weighs about 500 g and has a reddish, purple skin which peels off easily when ripe. Flesh is yellow, thick, …

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Carabao Mango

Mature fruit is medium-sized to large; about 11.5 cm long and about 8.5 cm wide, weighs 250-350 g, oblong with blunt apex. …

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CCD-8 Cowpea

‘CCD-8’ cowpea flowers 38 days during the dry season and 37 days during the wet season after planting. Harvesting starts …

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Cervantes Gold Jackfruit

‘Cervantes Gold’ jackfruit came from a seedling tree of unknown parentage. The mother tree is very vigorous with erect …

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CES 18-6 Cowpea

‘CES 18-6’ is an all-season cowpea variety. It flowers in 36 days during the wet season and 40 days during the dry season …

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CGP 14 Garden Pea

CGP 14 or ‘Trinidad’ is a climbing type of garden pea, which flowers 44 days after planting starting from the 11th to …

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CGP 18A Garden Pea

‘CGP 18A’ garden pea is a vigorous, indeterminate variety. It has violet flowers that bloom 39 days after planting. …

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