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  1. 1. Page 1 DRAFT BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP: 2011-2015 Prepared in collaboration with: UPLB Bee Program BEENET Philippines Foundation, Inc. Beekeepers Association of the Philippines, Inc. Evelyn Juanillo Coordinator DA- BAR
  2. 2. Page 2 I. INDUSTRY PROFILE • Philippine annual honey production = 50-110 mt • Equivalent to PhP21.8 M • Average annual yield per colony is 0.022 mt • Products: pollen, propolis, beeswax • Value-added products: honey wine, honey and propolis soap, shampoo, honey cider and propolis ointment
  3. 3. Page 3 I. INDUSTRY PROFILE • Honey production in Luzon – November to May • Visayas – September to November; peaks from March to May • Mindanao – year round • Effects of climate change impact on local vegetation affects honey flow
  4. 4. Page 4 I. INDUSTRY PROFILE • Phil. Honey was classified as either multi-floral or unifloral based on the Harmonized Methods of the European Commission and the Codex Alimentarius • No color grading or classification • Prices were dictated by market categories and supply and demand
  5. 5. Page 5 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION A. CURRENT PRODUCTION • Apis mellifera 103.4 tons • Apis dorsata 37.0 tons • Apis cerana 3.5 tons • Trigona spp 5.5 tons  Total Value: PhP 25.40 M  Contribution to local demand: 33.9%  Total Number of Beekeepers: 434  Total Number of Colonies: 5,369 NOTE: VALUES FROM HIVED AND DOCUMENTED HARVEST OF WILD COLONIES
  6. 6. Page 6 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION B. EXPORT • Total export 5,241 kilos • Total export value PhP 228,850.29 B. IMPORTS • Total imports 441.25 mt • Total value PhP 64.5 M Note: export and import volumes are from the BTEP, 1st Q, 2009
  7. 7. Page 7 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION D. MAJOR PRODUCERS Beekeepers Network Philippines Foundation, Inc. Cebu Honeybeekeepers Association (Chai) Beekeepers Association of the Philippines Guinobatan Beekeepers Cooperative Malabanan Multi-Purpose Cooperative Panabo Beekeepers Cooperative Philippine Apicultural Foundation Davao Del Sur Beekeepers Multi-Purpose Cooperative Kiotoy Multipurpose Cooperative Bicolandia Beeraisers Association Borbon Beekeepers Assn. Inc.
  8. 8. Page 8 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION D. MAJOR PRODUCERS Cordillera Beekeepers Assn. Inc. Cordillera Beekeepers Overseas Workers Assn. Inc. Irisan Beekeepers Assn. Inc. Kennon Road Beekeepers Assn. Inc. La Union Beekeepers Assn. Inc. Maco Beekeepers Assn. Inc. Puerto Princesa Beekeeping Program Tadiangan Beekeepers And Livelihood Association, Inc. United Beekeepers Assn. Inc. Cepedeco Other Beekeeping Associations and Cooperatives
  9. 9. Page 9 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION E. R & D INSTITUTIONS Benguet State University Camarines Sur State Agricultural College Cavite State University Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University Mariano Marcos State University Philippine Normal University Saint Louis University University of the Philippines Los Baños
  10. 10. Page 10 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION F. MAJOR IMPORTERS (12) Apollo Chemicals PHILUSA Corporation Carica Health Products Rustans Fly Ace Corp. Colgate-Palmolive Phil. Nestle Philippines XTC Inc. Golden Star Marketing Inc. Fortune tobacco Jollibee Unilever
  11. 11. Page 11 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION G. SAFETY NETS Product quality; applying international standards for local and imported produce.  Honey and pollen analysis.  Pathological and chemical residue analysis.  Self-monitoring and reporting among various beekeeping organizations.  Coordination of R&D institutions with concerned government agencies like BFAD, FNRI and DTI.
  12. 12. Page 12 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION G. SAFETY NETS Bees and equipment  Quarantine of imported queens and other bee species.  Restrictions on source and importation of Apis spp. colonies  Pathological tests on local colonies.  Quarantine and certification for migratory colonies.
  13. 13. Page 13 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION H. BENEFITS  Generates employment – local and foreign job generation  Increases agricultural productivity – food security  Market of bees and bee products – income generation  Enhances biodiversity
  14. 14. Page 14 CROPS MEAN % YIELD INCREASE Coconut ( Native San Ramon) 35-70 Cotton (Deltapine 16) 35 Tomato * 35 Cucurbits Watermelon 73.9 Cucumber 76.5 Squash 88.9 Gourd 84.3 Luffa 85.1 Bitter gourd 98.7 Sunflower 30.0 Pechay 90.0 Chinese mustard 45.3 Passion fruit ^ 100.0 Sweet potato 17.0 Philippine lemon 56.0 Radish 22.0 Yield increase of some agricultural crops pollinated by bees Source: UPLB Bee Program.2004. * - pollinated by bumble bee ^- pollinated by carpenter bee
  15. 15. Page 15 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION I. INDUSTRY OPPORTUNITIES  Market led  Climatic and geographical advantage  Prospects for pollination  Diversified bee products  High honey prices
  16. 16. Page 16 II. INDUSTRY SITUATION I. INDUSTRY OPPORTUNITIES  High consumer preference for local honey and other bee products  Manpower exportation of beekeepers  Ecotourism
  17. 17. Page 17 III. INDUSTRY RISK A. IMMEDIATE CONCERNS    Quality control of bees and bee products  Increase production  Security – quarantine, insurance, financing  R & D needs on genetic diversity, bee  breeding, pollination and socio-economic  constraints in technology adoption  Advocacy and legislation  Community development 
  18. 18. Page 18 III. INDUSTRY RISK B. HIGH IMPACT THREATS  Critical pests and diseases  Further decrease in access to native flora resources  
  19. 19. Page 19 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP A. VISION        “A profitable bee industry that supports agriculture, forestry and biodiversity conservation and capable of supplying quality bees and bee products to local and foreign markets”
  20. 20. Page 20 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP B. MISSION        “To provide a collaborative forum for industry, funding agencies, and RD and E providers to lead research, innovation and adoption to benefit the Philippine bee industry”
  21. 21. Page 21 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP C. GOALS  Strengthen the multi-disciplinary RDE programs  Training and capacity development  Support enterprise development  Integrate apiculture in the farming systems   Conserve and manage indigenous bee species  Institutionalize policies on importation and  quarantine 
  22. 22. Page 22 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP D. OBJECTIVES  Establish regional centers for beekeeping, accredit  one service laboratory for each region  Generate R&D apiculture technologies  Promote standardization of bee products  Develop and strengthen policies to promote organic  agriculture by integrating apicultural technologies  Promote apitourism  Establish information hub for DA-HVCDP
  23. 23. Page 23 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP E. TARGETS  Continuous supply of quality queen bees and bee  stocks  Increased production of quality bees and bee  products  Strict quarantine of imported queen bees and bee  products
  24. 24. Page 24 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP E. TARGETS  Designation of bee inspectors per region  Available channels for financing of industry and  research needs  Development of human resource for R&D in  beekeeping and for entrepreneurial income  generating endeavor
  25. 25. Page 25 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP F. STRATEGIES Major Strategies Key Institutions Enhancement of and increasing funding for RD&E • biodiversity and genetic studies • bee product development • management and conservation • pollination • technology adoption
  26. 26. Page 26 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP F. STRATEGIES Major Strategies Key Institutions Improving access to quality and reasonably priced inputs • Queens • Nucleus colonies • Equipment
  27. 27. Page 27 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP F. STRATEGIES Major Strategies Key Institutions Linkages with or partnership with various industry support mechanisms (i.e. strong links between beekeepers, buyers and inter-agency and private-public partnerships
  28. 28. Page 28 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP F. STRATEGIES Major Strategies Key Institutions Enhancement of bees and bee product quality and classification standards Enhancement of marketing structure facilities (i.e. access roads, processing centers, eyc.)
  29. 29. Page 29 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP F. STRATEGIES Major Strategies Key Institutions Human resource development Export market development Policy analysis and advocacy
  30. 30. Page 30 IV. THE BEE INDUSTRY ROADMAP G. EXTERNAL AND AGRICULTURE PRIORITIES Priorities for the bee industry roadmap need to be integrated and coordinated with the: • Broader national RD & E thrust of the Philippine government including the initiatives set by the DA under the HVCDP and DA-BAR • Regional agreements and initiatives • International bee research trends • Investment by other associated industries
  32. 32. Page 32 Thank you. Evelyn Juanillo DA- BAR