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  • Agriculture Opportunities in the Cordillera Region is varied and extensive, from the production stage to processing stage.
  • Opportunities in the agriculture sector in the region is commodity-based. With its varied geo-physical characteristics, commodities vary from province to province. We have many types and varieties of commodities in the region. However, we have commodities which we have the comparative advantage over other regions and we have our winner commodities. Winner commodities are: Rice = particularly the major commodity in Kalinga, Apayao, Abra and lowland Ifugao. Corn = is likewise a commodity champion of lowland Ifugao, Kalinga (Pinukpok and Rizal), lower Apayao and of Abra. On the other hand, Semi-Temperate Vegetables remain to be the champion commodity of Benguet, western Mountain Province and Highland Ifugao. The regionwide commodity champion is coffee.
  • There are many commodities grown in the region, with its varied physical characteristics. The major commodities are the following: For Abra, Kalinga and Apayao: Palay is the major Temporary Crop But for Ifugao and Mountain Province: Palay is the second major Temporary Crops next to Corn As expected for Benguet: Leafy vegetables, tubers (white potato), roots (carrots), stems and flowers are the major temporary crops, accounting 17,049 has. out of a total of 29,983 has. physical cultivated lands, which are planted 2.04 times a year on the average
  • The second commodity having great potentials and that offers extensive opportunities is semi-temperate vegetables. This is because, semi-temperate vegetables contributes 30-35% of the region’s GVA on Agriculture. The region is the major supplier of semi-temperate vegetables in the whole country. It provides livelihood for 97,350 farmers and farm-workers.
  • The prospects and opportunities in the semi-temperate vegetables are: 1. Production a. Organic Vegetable Production b. Vegetable Production under Greenhouses 2. Marketing and Trading a. Trading Centers b. Cold-Chain 3. Processing a. Vegetable dehydration b. Vegetable Juice c. Vegetable Pickling and canning

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  • 1. The Vegetable Industry Cordillera Administrative Region
  • 2. Winner Commodities
    • Semi-Temperate Vegetables
    • Benguet
    • Mountain Province
    • Highland Ifugao
    • Rice
    • Kalinga
    • Apayao
    • Abra
    • Ifugao (lowland)
    • Corn
    • Kalinga
    • Apayao
    • Abra
    • Ifugao (lowland)
    • Coffee
    • Regionwide
  • 3. The Industry Situation
  • 4. Semi-Temperate Vegetables
    • Contributes 30-35% of the region’s GVA on Agriculture
    • The region is the major producer/supplier of semi-temperate vegetables in the country
    • Main source of livelihood for 97,350 farmers
    • Major ingredients in Filipino Dishes
    • Major component of instant processed foods
    • Growing popularity as a major course is restaurants
  • 5. 1. Unstable Supply of Agri-Products Caused by
    • Pre-Production
    • High Cost of Farm Inputs
    • Inadequate Capital due to high interest rates of credit and access difficulty
    • Irrigation / water management problems
    • Seasonality of Production
    • Production Stage
    • Low level of adoption of appropriate technologies
    • Inadequate Support for Farm Mechanization
    • High occurrence of pest and diseases
    • Diminishing soil fertility
    • Natural Calamities
    GAPS & ISSUES AFFECTING THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR
  • 6. 2. Unstable Quality of Agri-Products
    • Production Stage
    • Not all farmers are adopting IPM and organic farming
    • Inadequacy of good quality and high yielding varieties
    • Post-Production Stage
    • Absence of quality standards for agri-products
    • Absence of appropriate post-harvest facilities
    • Inadequate and inappropriate use of post-harvest technologies
    • Improper and faulty packaging, grading and classification
    Caused by GAPS & ISSUES AFFECTING THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR
  • 7. 3. Unstable Prices of Agri-Products Caused by
    • Pre-Production
    • Seasonality of Production
    • Post-Production Stage
    • Cheap imports and smuggling
    • Weak farmers’ organization
    • Absence of policies to stabilize prices
    • Classification standards not followed
    GAPS & ISSUES AFFECTING THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR
  • 8.
    • Ifugao Province (4)
    • Tinoc
    • Banaue
    • Hungduan
    • Kiangan
    • Benguet (13)
    • Mankayan
    • Bakun
    • Buguias
    • Kibungan
    • Kapangan
    • Sablan
    • Tuba
    • Mountain Province (5)
    • Sagada
    • Besao
    • Sabangan
    • Bauko
    • Tadian
    • Benguet
    • Kabayan
    • Atok
    • Tublay
    • Bokod
    • La Trinidad
    • Itogon
    Production Locations of Pre-identified Vegetables = 22 Municipalities
  • 9.
    • Major Vegetable Products
    1. Identified Wage Goods a. Broccoli b. Cabbage c. Carrots d. Chinese Cabbage e. Lettuce f. Potato 2. Other Major Vegetables a. Bell Pepper b. Chayote c. Cucumber d. Garden Peas e. Snap Beans f. Tomato
  • 10. Production Data of Identified Wage Goods of CAR 29,260.13 TOTAL 145.75 Broccoli 229.38 Lettuce 3,255.95 Carrots 3,283.38 Chinese cabbage 9,201.70 Cabbage 13,143.97 Potato Total Production (Effective) Area (Ha) Commodities
  • 11. Production Data of Identified Wage Goods of CAR 2,313.37 Lettuce 1,928.33 Broccoli 55,750.81 Chinese cabbage 56,011.25 Carrots 164,827.2 Cabbage 237,675.97 Potato Total Production (MT) Commodities
  • 12. Marketing Channel of Highland Vegetables from the Farm to Consumers, CAR Farmers (Mt. Province & Benguet) Consumers & Other Local Markets w/in CAR 11.17% La Trinidad Trading Post Hangar Market Bambang Trading Post
  • 13. The Highland Vegetables Major Trading Areas: Location Estimated Percentage
    • LTVTP
    35% 2. LT Parking 20% 3. Bahingawan Area 15% 4. Formal/ Informal Areas re: Shilan – Km. 3 via Buyagan, Puguis, Pico, Betag 20% 5. Palmaville 4% 6. Merry Land 1% 7. NVAT - Bambang 5% 100%
  • 14. Average Volume:
    • Estimated Inflow – Gross Volume
    • No. of Farmers’ Trucks - 1,500 daily
    • Ave. Volume/ truck - 1,500 kgs
    • Total Volume - 1,950 mt/ day
    • Estimated Outflow – Net Volume Traded to Formal/ Informal Traders
    • No. of Traders Trucks - 120/ day
    • Volume/ truck - 13.5 mt
    • Total Volume - 1,620 mt/ day
    • Balance: 330 mt Trimmings
  • 15. Semi-Temperate Vegetables Prospects and Opportunities
    • Production
      • Organic Vegetable Production
      • Vegetable Production under Greenhouses
    • Marketing and Trading
      • Trading Centers
      • Cold-Chain
    • Processing
      • Vegetable dehydration
      • Vegetable Juice
      • Vegetable Pickling and canning
  • 16. CHALLENGES & ROAD BLOCKS
      • Climate change is a major challenge for agriculture and food security, where agriculture is one of the most climate-sensitive sectors
      • Inadequate agri-infrastructure support facilities
        • FMRs, irrigation, PHF facilities, production infra
      • Adoption rate for production technologies remains low
        • capacitation of farmers, extension services
      • Lack of Investments for value-adding endeavors
        • for R & D (technology development), processing infra & machinery
      • Capital for agricultural SMEs (Most producers are not agri-entrepreneurs)
  • 17. Thank You!
  • 18. Monthly Production (MT) CAR
  • 19. Monthly Production by Commodity
  • 20. Monthly Production by Commodity
  • 21. Monthly Production by Commodity
  • 22. Monthly Production by Commodity
  • 23. Monthly Production by Commodity
  • 24. Monthly Production by Commodity