Bags, Etc. From Tikog Grass

Teresita Policarpio, owner of TAPS Handmade Products in Guingauan, Tanauan, Leyte, shows some of the bags that her company manufactures using Tikog, a grass with triangular stem that grows in swampy areas. The grass is harvested, dried, and woven into mats which are then crafted into functional products like bags, wallets and accessories that are supplied to outlets in Manila. The Department of Science and Technology helped her in improving the quality of her products which were displayed at the recent Visayas Science and Technology Fair in Tacloban City.
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