LPU SHS Advocates Urban Development

The LPU SHS Research Project, entitled “Benefits and Challenges in Home Gardening among Plantitos and Plantitas during the Pandemic: Basis for a Prototype Automated System for Monitoring Soil Moisture,” was one of the posters presented under the Diversity, Ecosystem, and Economic cluster during the “Research and Development International Conference on Urban Parks and Green Cities.”

The event was organized by the Ecosystem Research and Development Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and held last October 11–14, 2022, at the Diamond Hotel in Manila. The said paper is authored by STEM Robotics students Kevin Oswald Paino, Aliza Mae De Guzman, John Patrick Balbin, Keith Kretzel Bendillo, Nikoli Philip Dela Cruz, and Marrion Chino Mierr, with Mr. John Christian Espinola, the Content Lead for Science and Innovative Research, as their adviser