14 Rice, Farmers and Genebanks: a Case Study in the ...

In Cagayan Valley, glutinous varieties are used for special cakes and sweets. . The group of short growth duration varieties: IR68, C22, IR66, BPRII0, PSBRc12 and PSBRcl0. The short duration group includes those varieties that mature in a relatively short period, usually between 90 and 130 days.

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3 regions post high rice yields despite El Niño

3 regions post high rice yields despite El Niño. Central Luzon, Ilocos, and Cagayan Valley survive the onslaught of El Niño due to proper irrigation, according to their agriculture regional ...

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PHILIPPINES RICE: AREA INCREASES AND FAVORABLE …

For quarter two, rice pl anting begins in January to March and is harvested in April to June. Cultivation is mainly focused in the Central Luzon and Cagayan Valley regions. Quarterly rice production for MY 2020/21 exceeded yearly expectations for quarters three and one, up 15 percent and 8 percent, respectively, from last year.

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Farming systems that can offset methane emissions from ...

Ducks plowing the rice field. The system is also profitable. A 2013 study conducted at the Northern Cagayan Experiment Station of the Department of Agriculture in Cagayan Valley showed that the total cost of production for the rice-duck system (79,507) was 29% higher than that for rice only (P56,614) because of the addition of the ducks.

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REGION II: CAGAYAN VALLEY

MAJORPRODUCT • The Cagayan Valley is abundant in agricultural products such as rice, corn, peanut, beans, and fruits making Region 02 known as the Top Corn Producer and second in palay production in the Philippines.

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Organic Fertilizer Value Chain Opportunities in Cagayan ...

Challenges in Cagayan Valley, Philippines . Nilo E. Padilla1, D. C. Cañete1, and V. S. Simbulan2. ... Corn, banana, and rice crop residues were the main sources of crop residues. Corn and banana ...

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Cagayan Valley | Eastern Sea Star

the Cagayan Valley rice crop. In the summer you can see rice as far as the eye can see in the Cagayan Valley. It must surely be the Cagayan Valley's number one exported crop. All the rice fields make the Cagayan Valley look so green! The rice grows very well in the northern Philippines thanks to all the ample rainfall!

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'Ulysses' toll on rice industry to hit P34b - Manila Standard

The estimated value of rice production losses in Cagayan Valley in the fourth quarter alone translates to a 12-percent reduction in the projected value of crops in the country. The massive flooding in Cagayan Valley due to Typhoon "Ulysses" was one big factor that affected the projected rice yields in the fourth quarter.

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Cagayan Valley: Grains Granary of the Philippines ...

Rice remains a major crop in the upland town. 32 Story and photos by Leonardo Perante II LANDLOCKED on the west by the Cordilleras, at the southern border by the Caraballos and on the eastern side by the Sierra Madre mountain range is the Cagayan Valley region.

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A Review of the Agriculture Sector in Cagayan Valley ...

For all provinces in Cagayan Valley except Batanes and Quirino, palay was the top temporary crop in 1991 and 2002. Isabela, being the biggest rice producer of the region had the highest area planted with palay covering 189.3 thousand hectares, or 45 percent of the total area devoted for this crop in the region.

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rice fields | Eastern Sea Star

the Cagayan Valley rice crop. In the summer you can see rice as far as the eye can see in the Cagayan Valley. It must surely be the Cagayan Valley's number one exported crop. All the rice fields make the Cagayan Valley look so green! The rice grows very well in the northern Philippines thanks to all the ample rainfall!

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CAGAYAN - Philippine Rice Research Institute

Valley, Central Luzon, and Western Visayas regions. For quarter two, rice pl anting begins in January to March and is harvested in April to June. Cultivation is mainly focused in the Central Luzon and Cagayan Valley regions. Quarterly rice production for MY 2020/21 exceeded yearly expectations for quarters three

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CAGAYAN - Philippine Rice Research Institute

A Review of the Agriculture Sector in Cagayan Valley ...

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Profile | Cagayan Valley | Regions | Department of ...

The Cagayan Valley Region lies within the northeastern tip of the Philippines. It is bounded on three sides by big mountain ranges: the Cordillera to the west, the Caraballo to the south, and the Sierra Madre to the east. ... Of its potential crop land, about 595,95 or 60% is suitable for rice and corn, 49,650 sq. kms. is suitable for fruit ...

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Fall armyworm infestation threatens PH's rice fields ...

Minda Flor Aquino, chief of RCPMC, reported on May 20 that affected rice crops are mostly at the seedling stage. In a series of technical briefings conducted in affected and adjacent rice fields, DA Cagayan Valley advised farmers to observe early symptoms, such as cut/damaged leaf margins and sightings of larvae in the area.

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14 Rice, Farmers and Genebanks: a Case Study in the ...

Rice Genebank the world's largest rice collection Oackson et at., 1997). In 1996, IRRI and PhilRice implemented collaborative research activities to study rice diversity and its management by farmers. in the Cagayan Valley, and identify opportunities to involve farmers in the overall framework of rice

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Crops | Philippine Statistics Authority-Cordillera ...

In 2017 it comprised 65.8 percent of the country's total production in followed by Northern Mindanao with 27.8 percent, Central Visayas with 4.8 percent and Cagayan Valley with 0.7 percent while other regions contributed 1.0 percent (Figure 1).

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Statistically Downscaled Projected Changes in Seasonal ...

Rice is an important commodity in the Philippines. In the Cagayan Valley (CV), rice production provides employment to more than half of the region's population and any climate variability and change can cause negative impacts on crop production and people's livelihoods. This paper attempts to understand projected climate changes

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Agriculture Profile – Cagayan

Agriculture Profile Agricultural Production MT (2004) Rice – 482,804 (Ranked 3rd Nationwide) Corn – 127,305 (Ranked 2nd Nationwide) Banana – 85,908 (Ranked_15th Nationwide) Fruit Vegetables – 8,299 Mango – 12,947 Cassava – 9,022 Mongo (Mungbean) – 446 Sugarcane – 236,027 Coffee – 57 Livestock Production (Liveweight, MT) Carabao – 14,161 Cattle – 15,325 Swine – […]

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Cagayan Valley rice farmers post higher earnings – The ...

Cagayan Valley rice farmers post higher earnings. By Leander C. Domingo, TMT. May 1, 2020. 796. FARMERS in Region 2 (Cagayan Valley) were all high-spirited realizing good income from their palay (unmilled rice) as buying price rose to P18 per kilo, according to a farmers cooperative based in Isabela province.

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Quirino: The Forest Heartland Of Cagayan Valley

Quirino: The Forest Heartland Of Cagayan Valley. Long before its formal creation as an independent province, Quirino was the forest region of the province of Nueva Vizcaya, inhabited by tribal groups known as the Negritos. They roamed the hinterlands and built their huts at the heart of the jungle. by Jhaypee Guia on August 01, 2012.

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Statistically Downscaled Projected Changes in Seasonal ...

Rice is an important commodity in the Philippines. In the Cagayan Valley (CV), rice production provides employment to more than half of the region's population and any climate variability and change can cause negative impacts on crop production and people's livelihoods.

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Region 2 - Regional Profile | Department of Trade and ...

Being an agriculture economy, the Cagayan Valley Region is not only known for its huge production in corn and rice. It is slowly being recognized as among the top producers of the following high value crops: 1. Mango. 2. Citrus ( Mandarin & Calamansi) 3. Pineapple. 4. Banana. 5. Coffee. 6. Cacao. 7. Peanut. The region also promotes the ...

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JANUARY001 - Department of Agriculture

agayan Valley could eas- ily be called the leader in mechanizing harvesting rice in the country. It has the most number of rice harvesting machines at present, especially in Isabela. Aside from Isabela, the region consists of Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino and Batanes. Today, Cagayan Valley or Region 2 is once again leading the way in adopt-

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DA showcases high yielding rice varieties for rainfed ...

The field day was initiated by the DA-RFO2 Cagayan Valley Research Center (DA-CVRC) in collaboration with the DA- Bureau of Agricultural Research (DA-BAR) on September 26, 2020, and was attended by 20 farmer cooperators.. The field day is an opportune time for the farmer cooperators and adoptors to witness the stand and yield of the varieties promoted, mechanized …

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Cagayan Valley Leads Way in Mechanized Rice Direct Seeding ...

Aside from Isabela, the region consists of Cagayan, Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino, and Batanes. Today, Cagayan Valley or Region 2 is once again leading the way in adopting mechanized rice direct seeding by acquiring the latest model of the 8-row seeder from the Korea Agricultural Machinery Cooperative (KAMICO) represented by Fitcorea in the Philippines.

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Cagayan Valley - Wikipedia

Cagayan Valley, designated as Region II, is an administrative region in the Philippines, located in the northeastern section of Luzon Island. It is composed of five Philippine provinces: Batanes, Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya, and Quirino.The region hosts four chartered cities of Cauayan, Ilagan, Santiago, and Tuguegarao.. Most of the land area is situated on the valley between the ...

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Field of spirits - Rice Today

Incidentally, present-day Cagayan Valley is an administrative region composed of Batanes, Cagayan, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya, and Quirino Provinces is one of the country's highest rice producers with about 139,000 hectares planted to rice. Ifugao rice gods called bul-ul are carved from hardwood and consecrated by a mumbaki.

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Damage to crops due to Ulysses reaches almost P1 billion ...

Affected commodities include rice, corn, high value crops, fisheries, and livestock in Cordillera Autonomous Region, Ilocos Region, Cagayan Valley, Central Luzon, CALABARZON and Bicol Region. "There were also reported damage and losses in irrigation facilities, fisheries facilities and fisheries equipment," the DA said.

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Cagayan Valley, the granary region: where to? | Inquirer ...

The total agriculture area is 540,800 ha with 437,000 ha under temporary crop, 56,000 ha under permanent crops, and 8,200 ha idle land. I have visited the region in the past: Isabela, Cagayan …

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Cagayan Valley Department of Agriculture Official Website ...

Posted on April 9, 2020 by Mark Anthony Gallibu. The operations of KADIWA ni Ani at Kita in Cagayan Valley hits P1.9M gross sales over less than a month. According to the Agribusiness and Marketing Assistance Division (AMAD) of the Department of Agriculture – Regional Field Office No. 02 (DA-RFO 02), the KADIWA on wheels alone garnered P1.3M.

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DA to give P2.2 billion aid to Ulysses-hit farmers in ...

The National Food Authority will likewise give P41 million worth of rice to Cagayan Valley residents. Dar said Region II sustained about P2 billion worth of destroyed crops in the wake of recent ...

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(PDF) Organic Fertilizer Value Chain Opportunities and ...

Organic Fertilizer Value Chain Opportunities and Challenges in Cagayan Valley, Philippines. January 2017; Journal of Advanced Agricultural ... and rice crop residues were the main sources of crop ...

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About Cagayan – Cagayan

Rice, corn, vegetables, sugar, mango, cassava, banana, cacao, coffee, tubers, watermelon and other agricultural crops abound in the Province. Cagayan is also Region 2's major livestock producer. It has the third largest population of carabaos in the entire country, with a total of more than 138,000 heads.

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Cagayan River: The Longest and Largest River in the ...

It is located in the Cagayan Valley region in the northeastern part of Luzon island and traverses the provinces of Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino, Isabela and Cagayan. by Kheem Caparas on June 19, 2012 The Cagayan River, also known as the Rio Grande de Cagayan, is the longest, largest and widest river in the coutry.

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Region II – Cagayan Valley – ARKIPELAGO

Aside from these crops, Cagayan Valley is also known to be one of the top producers of Sugarcane, Banana, Hog, and Chicken. In 2013, 846,000 out of the 1,475,000 employed people in the region are working in the agriculture sector wherein around 596,000 are male and 250,000 are .

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IYR 2004: All about rice: Philippines

Rice is also the country's staple food. Though rice is produced throughout the country, the Central Luzon and Cagayan Valley are the major rice growing regions. The wet-season rice crop in the north lasts from June to November and the dry-season crop from January to May-June.

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Isabela rice crops get boost | The Manila Times

"The distribution of high-quality rice seeds which include hybrid seeds to farmers is one of the strategies in Cagayan Valley to respond to reported low yield or low utilization of high-quality seed during planting season," Luis said. He added that Region 2 had 136,000 hectares of land planted with high-quality seeds like hybrid seeds.

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Philippines - Food and Agriculture Organization

The Central Luzon and Cagayan Valley are the largest rice producing regions. The following table shows the rice-harvested areas in different producing zones. ... Rice-Mungbean-Rice systems are popular in Ilocos Norte region, Rice-Maize, Rice-other crops systems are practised in rainfed lowland areas, especially in the southern parts of the ...

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