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Banana
 Banana is the common name for an elongated,
edible fruit produced by several kinds of tropical
herbaceous floweri...
Banana in the Philippines
 In the Philippines, it is considered as a very good
source of income and commercial production...
 In the Philippines, the banana industry is
the leading export income earner for
farmers.
 In 2011, Philippines was rank...
Philippine Banana Industry
 Banana is the leading fruit grown in the
Philippines and is a consistent top dollar
earner.
...
Philippine Banana Industry
 There are about 200 variety and strain
maintained by the BPI Genebank. Among
these are banana...
Philippine Banana Industry
 Cavendish is grown in plantation scale in Mindanao.
 Lakatan and latundan are grown commerci...
Philippine Banana Industry
 Majority of the Philippine’s banana
production is from Mindanao:
Region Production Land Area
...
 About 66% of the Philippine banana
production is consumed locally:
 16.5% for processing (chips, catsup, wine, vinegar,...
 34% of our banana production is exported.
 Major importing countries:
 Europe
 USA
 Japan
 China
 Canada
Market an...
Market and Uses
 Pseudostem
 Its pseudostem can be processed and made into handicraft
items, cloths and animal feeds (sa...
Market and Uses
 Price Trend
Market and Uses
 Demand and Supply Projection
 Cavendish banana export demand is expected to grow
at 3-6%/year.
 Banana...
 Banana is one of Caraga’s priority
commodities.
 It ranked 10th in the country’s banana
production in 2011.
Banana in C...
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  1. 1. Banana  Banana is the common name for an elongated, edible fruit produced by several kinds of tropical herbaceous flowering plants of the genus Musa.  Banana has lots of varieties, based on its size, color, and firmness.  Some varieties can be eaten as fresh fruit, while others are cooked or processed into chips, powder, sauce, etc.
  2. 2. Banana in the Philippines  In the Philippines, it is considered as a very good source of income and commercial production as it is a non-seasonal crop and suits the country’s soil and climate very well.  About 5.9M farm households in the country depend on banana as their source of income.
  3. 3.  In the Philippines, the banana industry is the leading export income earner for farmers.  In 2011, Philippines was ranked as the top fourth producer and exporter of bananas and plantains worldwide. Banana in the Philippines
  4. 4. Philippine Banana Industry  Banana is the leading fruit grown in the Philippines and is a consistent top dollar earner.  Cavendish and banana chips are the country’s leading foreign exports.  Banana varieties of lakatan and latundan are considered popular in the local market.
  5. 5. Philippine Banana Industry  There are about 200 variety and strain maintained by the BPI Genebank. Among these are banana varieties that are indigenous to the Philippines such as:  Lakatan  Latundan  Saba/Cardaba  Paa  Bungulan  Amas/Señorita  Morado
  6. 6. Philippine Banana Industry  Cavendish is grown in plantation scale in Mindanao.  Lakatan and latundan are grown commercially alos intended for the Luzon and Visayas markets  Cardaba is known mainly for the banana chips industry  Balangon oor bongolan is grown organically in Tupi, South Cotabato  Organic Cavendish is being grown by the multinational corporations
  7. 7. Philippine Banana Industry  Majority of the Philippine’s banana production is from Mindanao: Region Production Land Area Region XI (Davao) 41% 66,561 Ha Region XII (SOCCKSARGEN) 11.2% 24,200 Ha Region X (Northern Mindanao) 10.1% 36,294 Ha ARMM 6.8% 31,029 Ha CARAGA 3.6% 26,774 Ha Region IX (Zamboanga Peninsula) 3.2% 20,289 Ha *2004 data
  8. 8.  About 66% of the Philippine banana production is consumed locally:  16.5% for processing (chips, catsup, wine, vinegar, flour, feed preparations)  45.5% as table bananas  4% for animal feeds Market and Uses
  9. 9.  34% of our banana production is exported.  Major importing countries:  Europe  USA  Japan  China  Canada Market and Uses
  10. 10. Market and Uses  Pseudostem  Its pseudostem can be processed and made into handicraft items, cloths and animal feeds (saba).  Peelings  Peelings of Saba can be used as substrate for biogas production.  Banana Fibers  They are manufactured as sacks, mats, or ropes (abaca variety).  Banana Blossoms  Dried banana blossoms are used in various Chinese and Filipino dishes.
  11. 11. Market and Uses  Price Trend
  12. 12. Market and Uses  Demand and Supply Projection  Cavendish banana export demand is expected to grow at 3-6%/year.  Banana chips market can absorb around 10%/year growth  Lakatan and Latundan is expected to grow at around 3%/year  The bulk of supply in the country, around 80% will be coming from Mindanao.
  13. 13.  Banana is one of Caraga’s priority commodities.  It ranked 10th in the country’s banana production in 2011. Banana in CARAGA
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