Start Searching the Answers
The Internet has many places to ask questions about anything imaginable and find past answers on almost everything.
Region I’s share to the national production output for the commodities, the Department of Agriculture said, is 93 percent in tobacco, 72 percent in onion, 69 percent in garlic, 62 percent in peanut, 61 percent in mango, 47percent in tomato, 41 percent in mongo, 40 percent in pepper and 35 percent in eggplant.
The leading crops are rice, maize, sugarcane, coconut, banana, mango, pineapple, cassava, coffee, sweetpotato and eggplant. In terms of harvest area, the most extensively grown crops are rice, coconut, maize, sugarcane, banana, cassava, coffee, mango, sweetpotato and Manila hemp.
Luzon. Ilocandia region of Luzon – rice, corn, garlic, onino, sugar, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, rootcrops, cassava.
Crop Production The Philippines’ major agricultural products include rice, coconuts, corn, sugarcane, bananas, pineapples, and mangoes.
REGION 1 (ILOCOS REGION) Income in the Ilocos provinces also come from cultivating rice, tobacco, corn, sugarcane, and fruits; and from raising livestock such as pigs, chicken, goats, and carabaos.
In 2010, palay accounted for 21.86% percent of gross value added in agriculture and 2.37% of GNP. Self-sufficiency in rice reached 88.93% in 2015. Rice production in the Philippines has grown significantly since the 1950s….Rice.
Cordillera Administrative Region
The Cordillera Administrative Region was the smallest region in terms of population size among the 16 regions in the Philippines, contributing 1.79 percent to the 76.5 million population of the country as recorded in the 2000 Census of Population and Housing.
These crops fall under the following groups: cereals, fruit crops, non-food and industrial crops and vegetables and rootcrops. The report presents statistics on production, hectarage and bearing trees which are disaggregated at the national, regional and provincial levels. It also contains information on top producing provinces based on area.
Other permanent crops planted were mango (639.2 thousand trees), pineapple (250.4 thousand hills), and abaca (216.1 thousand hills). In 1991, pineapple was also among the major crops. In fact, in terms of area, it was planted in the largest combined area of 12.1 thousand hectares. Across districts, coconut was the major permanent crop in 2002.
In the case of banana, mango, coffee, and tobacco, statistics are further disaggregated by major variety. This report was prepared by the Crops Statistics Division (CSD) of the PSA. It serves as a ready reference for various stakeholders in the crops subsector of agriculture.
This characteristic was expected since Pangasinan also has the biggest land area in the region. Areas under agricultural land comprised 29.9 percent of the total land area for the province. However, the number of agricultural farms for the province was lower by 15.3 percent over the 1991 level while the total area was lower by 16.9 percent.