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Academic year: 2022



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This  is  Module  9  of  the  Agricultural  Indicators  System  (AIS)  report,  which  is  published  annually  by  the  Bureau  of  Agricultural  Statistics 

Major Crops - refer to the top 19 crops in the Philippines, other than palay and corn which collectively account for more than 60 percent of the total crop

The bulk of palay produced in 2009 came from Central Luzon, Western Visayas, Cagayan Valley and Ilocos Region with a combined output of 8.44 million mt or 52 percent of the

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

• 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

 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

 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 production for this period came from Ilocos Region, Cagayan Valley and Central Luzon with a combined share of seventy-four (74) percent to the country’s

 The top producing regions were Central Luzon, MIMAROPA, Ilocos Region and Cagayan Valley with a combined share of ninety-nine (99.0) percent to the

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

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

• The top mongo producing regions during the quarter were Cagayan Valley, ARMM and Central Visayas with respective shares of 22 percent, 17 percent and 13 percent to the

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

This  is  Module  8  of  the  Agricultural  Indicators  System  (AIS)  report,  which  is  published  annually  by  the  Bureau  of  Agricultural  Statistics 

On the average, production growth rates were highest in onion at 21.4 percent and cabbage at 10.0 percent (Table 2b)... BUREAU OF

™ 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

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

On the other hand, seaweeds contributed more than half (64.33 percent) of the total aquaculture production while fins/shellfishes shared 35.67 percent. This was evidenced by

v In the three-year period, health care benefits were given more importance by both management and labor as shown by the high percentage shares (more than 50 percent) of CBAs

• Ilocos Region produced the bulk of the national tobacco production for the quarter at 86.3 percent, followed by CAR and Northern Mindanao with 7.9 percent and 3.4

Thus, the National Statistics Office (NSO), National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB), Bureau of Agricultural Statistics (BAS) and Bureau of Labor and Employment