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Production statistics of major varieties for banana and mango are also included in this report.


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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

The region shared 32.27 percent and 17.09 percent to the national total bearing trees and area planted, respectively.. Production of mango from 2001 to 2006 posted an annual growth

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

• Ilocos Region, the top producer of native onion at 25.58 thousand metric tons shared 93.7 percent to the national total this quarter (Figure 16).. FIGURE 17 Sweet

 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

 Although production in Ilocos Region slightly drop by 0.1 percent during the period, this region recorded the biggest output of 738.38 thousand mt or a share of

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

o Other regions which produced more than 1 thousand mt this period and their respective shares to the national cabbage production were Ilocos Region, 6

Region II (Cagayan Valley) ranked second with 4.11 thousand mt or 10.57 percent share and Region XI (Davao Region) with 2.87 thousand mt or 7.36 percent share to total eggplant

o Decrements in corn production in CAR, Cagayan Valley, Bicol, Eastern Visayas, Davao Region, SOCCSKSARGEN, ARMM and NIR were slightly larger from the increments

The leading producing regions were Central Luzon for palay production, SOCCSKSARGEN for corn production, Davao Region for coconut production and Western VOLUME AND VALUE ('000

Similarly, below the base year’s production levels were maintained in the other major crops such as banana, coffee, garlic, cabbage, calamansi and rubber.. Higher

Arbuscular Mycorrhizae and Trichoderma harzianum as Biological Control Agents against Panama Disease of ‘Cavendish’ Banana Caused by Fusarium oxysporum F.. Biological Control

Accordingly, Article 27 of the Convention guides States parties in the implementation of such right by setting forth some basic rules: (a) non-discrimination, as the persons

6.9 Carbon stocks in the organic layer (a), as well as in the mineral soil down to a depth of 30 cm (b) and in depth increment 30 – 90 cm (c) under pure coniferous and broadleaf

Starting this year, 2008, the Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (BAS) is coming out with a quarterly situation report on four (4) major fruits, namely, banana, mango, pineapple

• 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

 Commercial fisheries contributed 79.78 percent in the total Indian sardines production and shared 52.12 percent in the total fimbriated sardines output this quarter

o The adverse effects of typhoon “Pablo” in Davao Region reduced coconut production in Compostela Valley, Davao Oriental, and Davao del Norte by 32.9 percent, 40.6