It seems that Philippines is not paying attention towards latest soil researches even though the fact shows that most of the soil researches are done here only.  In South-East Asia, from 1970 to 2012 (74 per cent) of total research papers were published in Philippines, 203 were by foreign soil scientists based upon international rice research institute.Ian Navarrete, of Göttingen, who studies at Georg-August University and a great author of the paper in Scientometrics, declares that the other important subjects like degraded soils, soil pollution and quantifying transformations in carbon stock of soil etc must be tackled in the research minutely. It has been seen that in Philippines land is getting degraded day by day. This is resulting in low yield of crop and the use of these soils is greater risk for crops. If we comprehend the soil type and then grow the crop then it will be a great benefit for rice cultivation and the yield can be increased up to optimum level.
 There is one more recommendation regarding the publication of the research papers that is the scientist, who have doctorate degree only, should have right to get the research papers published or the minimum qualification should set to the higher one because it only gives better results and the scholars can probe deep into the matter properly with their experience and expertise.  Promotions and awards should also be based upon their valuable degrees and skills. A professor of environment science in Australia suggests that soil science is an important aspect to be studies and should be a different subject of study.

Poor quality results can never bring an up to the mark progress in the rice cultivation and any science graduate cannot be aware of the minuteness of soil and its type, so it is must that the scholar who publishes these papers must have relevant degree related to soil science.