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January-March 2017


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The top producing regions in 2012 were Davao Region, Northern Mindanao and SOCCSKSARGEN with a combined contribution accounting for 72 percent of the total national output

Davao Region remained as the largest producer of cavendish variety with an estimated production of 2,746 thousand mt or 63 percent to the national total cavendish variety output in

Davao Region, the top banana producing region in the country, contributed 41 percent to the total volume of production and shared 16 percent to the total area planted.. National

• Ilocos Region recorded the biggest production at 28.18 thousand metric tons and shared 39.0 percent to the country’s total tomato output. Central Luzon came next with

 Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) remained the largest producer with 39.8 thousand metric tons representing 79.0 percent of the total cabbage

o decrease in area harvested in Davao Oriental due to effect of dry spell.  Eastern Visayas, the top producer recorded production of 48.96 thousand metric tons and shared 36.6

 Ilocos Region topped all the onion producing regions representing 80.3 percent to the country’s national total.. Red and Yellow Onion: Top Producing Regions,

 The bulk of harvest for the third quarter contributed 25.6 percent of the 5-year annual average of sweet potato production of the country. Sweet Potato: Top Producing Regions,

Mongo: Top Producing Regions, Philippines, July-September 2013 Table 11.Multiplier Onion: Volume of production in metric tons by region, Philippines,.. January-June and

o The bulk of mongo production came from Ilocos Region, Cagayan Valley, and Central Luzon with share in national production 90 percent (Figure 1).. o Mongo production

The annual volume of commercial fisheries production was registered at 940.00 thousand metric tons, lower by 0.7 percent than the 946.44 thousand metric tons output in

• Palay output for January-September 2005 is expected to slightly surpass last year’s level by around 30 thousand metric tons or 0.3 percent despite the mild El Niño which hit

• While corn hectarage for the period may expand by 1.7 percent, the total production may decline by 2.5 percent from 878 to 856 thousand metric tons this year as yield per hectare

On the other hand, CAR with 10,405 metric tons of rice sold registered the smallest share at 1.76 percent of the total rice injection (Table 2b).. Producer Price Index (PPI)

On the other hand, Caraga with 6,691 metric tons of rice sold registered the smallest share at 0.71 percent of the national rice injection (Table 2b).. Producer Price

™ For the period, January to June 2011, total cattle production was 123.34 thousand metric tons. It was 0.40 percent higher than the production of 122.84 thousand metric tons

• Northern Mindanao was the top pineapple producer at 448.70 thousand metric tons contributing 64.2 percent to the country’s total pineapple production and followed by

Northern Mindanao remained the top pineapple producer with 382.68 thousand metric tons output or 57.2 percent share to the total production this quarter. This was followed

Percent Shares of Irrigated and Rainfed Palay to Total Production Philippines, January – March: 2022.. Of the total palay production this quarter, 76.5 percent of the output were from

The volume of fish catch unloaded by marine municipal fishing boats reached 258,678.02 metric tons which shared 82.36 percent in the total municipal fisheries output.. The

Production in Rizal grew by 4.57 percent due to increase in area harvested in response to the higher great demand for freshwater species because of fish scare.. Production in

Total municipal fish production leapt from 257,096 metric tons to 283,076 metric tons or an increase of 10.11 percent compared to the same quarter last year.. Marine sub-sector,

Figure 16 Effect of Different Illumination Levels on Mean Total Nighttime Crash Rates at MN HSIS Roundabouts (Intersection weighted crashes per million vehicles).. 99 Figure 17