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    Kk day 2 pm stream 2 3rd speaker davao city advantage leo avila Kk day 2 pm stream 2 3rd speaker davao city advantage leo avila Presentation Transcript

    • Davao City Advantage By: Leonardo R. Avila III, MPAHARNESSING THE POTENTIAL FOR FARMDIVERSIFICATION
    • AGRICULTUREThe Davao City Advantage
    • VISIONA sustainably productive and globallycompetitive agri-fishery sector that istechnologically responsible for employingenvironment-friendly and resource managementmethods anchored on people empowermentresulting to strengthened sectoral stakeholdersand a food sufficient Davao City.
    • MISSIONTo enhance the standard of living of farmers, fisherfolks, and indigenous people by empowering and providing appropriate support facilities and by promoting sustainable agricultural development through crop and livestock diversification, organic farming, urban agriculture, sustainable fishing and agri- industrialization within the context of a balanced ecosystem.
    • ! BUDA ! MALAMBA ! TAPAK ! DATU SALUMAY !BAGANIHAN SALAPAWAN ! COLOSAS ! ! GUMITAN ! MAPULA ! ! PANDAITAN LUMIAD PAQUIBATO ! PAÑALUM ! ! PARADISE EMBAC ! MALAMBA MALABOG ! ! MABUHAY ! MAGSAYSAY ! ! BANTOL ! MEGKAWAYAN SALOY ! SUMIMAO ! FATIMA ! MARILOG ! ! MALAMBA ! SALAYSAY INAYANGAN ! LASANG ! SAN ISIDRO ! DALAG LUMOT ! ! ! LAMANAN ! SUAWAN TAMUGAN DALAGDAG BUNAWAN ! DOMINGA ! ! LAMPIANAO ! ! ! ! ! MAHAYAG DACUDAO LACSON PANGYAN ! CALLAWA GATUNGAN ! GUMALANG ! ! WINES ! ! TIBUNGCO BUILT-UP AREA NEW VALENCIA ! ! CALINAN ! ! TAMBOBONG MALAGOS TALOMO RIVER ! ACACIA ! TALANDANG ! ! MUDIANG ! ILANG BAGUIO ! TAWAN-TAWAN ! ! ! WANGAN ! INDANGAN ! CAWAYAN ! RIVERSIDE BIAO GUIANGA ! BIAO ESCUELA NEW CARMEN ! ! MANDUG ! PANACAN ! a. RURAL SETTLEMENT AREA CADALIAN ! SUBASTA ! LOS AMIGOS ! COMMUNAL ! ! ! ! ! ! CABANTIAN ! b. URBAN AREA TAMAYONG ULA MATINA BIAO BALENGAENG TIGATTO SASA ! SIRIB ! ! ! ANGALAN ! WAAN TAGAKPAN MAGTUOD ! ! ! TACUNAN CARMEN TUGBOK ! ! BUHANGIN ! PAMPANGA LANGUB ! MANUEL GUINGA MANAMBULAN ! ! ! MA-A ! ! AGDAO c. PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) CAMANSI ! MINTAL ! ! CATALUNAN GRANDE ! NEW DALIAON ! MATINA PANGI ! POBLACION ! ! d. TOURISM DEVELOPMENT ZONE (TDZ) MULIG TUNGKALAN CATALUNAN PEQUEÑO TAGLUNO ! ! ! ALAMBRE BAGO OSHIRO ! ! TALOMO ! ! ! ! ! BAGO GALLERA ! BUCANA ! KILATE BALIOK ! MATINA APLAYA TAGURANO EDEN ! BAYABAS ! BATO ! ! LUBOGAN ! DUMOY BAGO APLAYA CONSERVATION ZONE (CZ) ! CROSSING BAYABAS ! ! TORIL ! ! CATIGAN MARAPANGI ! ! LIZADA FOREST ZONE (FZ) SIRAWAN ! ! ATAN-AWE SIBULAN ! BARACATAN TIBULOY ! BINUGAO ! AGRICULTURAL AND PASTURE LAND (AG)
    • E4 E4 E4 E3 Paquibato District Marilog DistrictE4 E2 E3 Calinan District E1 µ ² Bunawan District µ ² Buhangin Baguio District District Tugbok District E4 µ Agdao ² µ ² µ ² Talomo Poblacion District District µµ ² ² District E5 µ ² µ ² Toril District µ ²
    • S4 S4 S6 S6 Paquibato District S4 S4 Marilog District S5 S6S6 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 S4 Calinan District S4 S1 S4 S3 Bunawan District S4 S2 S1 S3 Buhangin Baguio District S2 District Tugbok S4 S4 S3 District S2 S3 S6 Agdao District Talomo Poblacion District District S4 S1 Toril District S4 S3
    • Agricultural - Non Tillage/ 105,599.54 AgroforestryAgricultural - Rice/ 2,811.80 Corn/FishpondAgricultural-Tillage 58,830.56Conservation Area 46,241.71Resource Conservation/ 11,155.60 ExtractionMt. Apo Natural Park
    • The Davao City Advantage- Perfect weather (evenly distributed rainfall)- Outside the typhoon path- Volcanic and fertile soil- Abundant water supply- Strategic location
    • Rainfall readings, Davao City (2001-2012)Observation Total Annual Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Rainfall (mm) 2001 136.44 155.34 256.45 125.50 210.43 155.64 229.41 152.38 269.23 222.44 275.06 123.70 2,312.02 2002 223.23 166.75 126.92 100.84 389.26 264.08 105.94 207.77 263.46 197.17 197.56 83.04 2,326.02 2003 209.46 208.68 211.36 137.55 272.73 217.95 326.88 295.50 237.42 279.84 218.55 360.05 2,975.97 2004 184.23 145.58 197.53 202.03 405.22 190.39 268.18 33.06 326.86 142.04 143.54 273.25 2,511.91 2005 142.46 37.71. 161.17 94.01 193.63 239.00 185.62 139.35 145.77 167.32 138.58 221.04 1,827.95 2006 156.24 183.62 291.66 89.26 310.90 238.15 139.35 179.48 170.11 264.22 171.85 132.08 2,326.92 2007 197.60 121.05 98.37 143.17 222.38 325.77 319.29 255.68 120.21 281.89 234.04 198.71 2,518.16 2008 234.27 228.94 255.08 264.71 181.58 384.22 201.71 152.19 269.21 223.86 238.05 161.14 2,794.96 2009 231.69 213.09 178.52 223.82 209.80 257.07 233.56 195.21 91.45 115.50 162.65 71.67 2,184.03 2010 185.60 37.68 107.80 121.98 134.28 207.04 305.26 276.77 123.22 256.55 164.16 216.50 2,136.84 2011 234.71 120.88 137.91 326.15 249.16 317.19 189.52 252.28 184.30 291.17 173.29 121.22 2,597.78 2012 137.17 432.08 Source: FITS- City Agriculturist Office
    • Inventory of Commodities (in hectares), Davao City Coconut 18,371 Abaca 713 Corn-White 7,237 Rice-Rainfed 515 Banana-Cavendish 6,787 Mangosteen 505 Mango 4,056 Pomelo 458 Durian 3,728 Rambutan 407 Lanzones 3,189 Guava 88 Cacao 2,683 Jackfruit 81 Banana-Lakatan 2,384 Flowers/Ornamentals 68 Banana-Tundan 2,352 Mandarin 55 Pineapple 1,747 Lemon 51 Banana-Saba 1,635 Marang 47 Rice-Irrig 1,242 Tilapia 51 Veg. 1,215 Bangus 37 Coffee 1,167 Seaweeds 35 Rubber 924 Avocado 28 Corn-Yellow 844 Hito 24 Rootcrops 771 Papaya 16 Rice-Upland 769
    • 105 ,600 hectaresclassified as Agricultural Non-Tillage/Agroforestry areas 50%of land is classified as steep and very steep 13% is classified as upland
    • AGROFORESTRY our priority development program
    • Priority Agro-Forestry Crops Cacao 25,722 hectares Coconut 21,801 Rubber 19,076 Abaca 7,131 Durian 5,635 Lanzones 4,667 Coffee 4,191 Total 88,223 hectares
    • What we hope to achieve…
    • CACAOas the primary agro-forest crop
    • THANK YOU &GOOD DAY!