Agriculture and Fishery Statistics

Agriculture Statistics

Release Date: Friday, May 24, 2019
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In 2018, the Philippines produced 19,066,094 metric tons (MT) of palay, harvested from a total area of 4,800,406 hectares (Ha). The production decreased by 1.1 percent (210,253 MT) compared to the 19,276,347 MT produced in 2017. 2018 Palay Production Performance in the Cordillera.

 

Release Date: Friday, May 24, 2019
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The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) generates statistics for freshwater municipal aquaculture and municipal inland fishing. The Quarterly Inland Municipal and Quarterly Aquaculture Surveys are conducted in sample aquaculture farms and sample inland fishing households. The respondents of the surveys are aquafarm operators, fishermen or other knowledgeable members of the household. Generated quarterly fisheries production is included in the quarterly data review process of the PSA at the provincial, regional and national levels. After the data validation, preliminary estimates are made available to data users. 2018 Cordillera Fisheries Situationer.

 

Release Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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As of 1 December 2018, the Philippines rice household stocks inventory was recorded at 1,527,174 metric tons (MT), this decreased by 6.7 percent as compared to the 1,636,526 MT of same month last year. In the Cordillera region, the household stocks inventory was estimated at 57,985 MT comprising 3.8 percent of the national household stocks. This was 0.3 percent lower than the 58,174 MT estimated in 2017. 2018 Rice and Corn Household Stocks Inventory.

 

Release Date: Monday, February 18, 2019
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In 2017, the country’s total production for broccoli, cabbage, carrots, habitchuelas, Chinese pechay, and white potato registered a combined output of 373,843.8 metric tons, slightly lower by 0.25 percent compared to the production in 2016 with 372,906.7 metric tons. Broccoli production went up by 10.5 percent nationwide in 2017. Cordillera contributed the biggest increase in production followed by Northern Mindanao, Central Visayas, Cagayan Valley and Davao Region. 2017 CAR Crops Production Situationer: Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Habitchuelas, Chinese Pechay and White Potato.

 

Release Date: Thursday, December 27, 2018
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of crops excluding palay and corn during the first semester of 2018. Crops are classified in three types: fruit crops, non-food and industrial commercial crops (NFICCs) and vegetable crops. Crop production in CAR increased by 2.5 percent or 5,790.2 MT during first semester of 2018 compared to that of 229,629.8 MT during same period in 2017. 1st Semester 2018 Crop Production of CAR.

 

Release Date: Friday, November 9, 2018
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The Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) generates statistics for freshwater municipal aquaculture and municipal inland fishing. The Quarterly Inland Municipal and Quarterly Aquaculture Surveys are conducted in sample aquaculture farms and sample inland fishing households. The respondents of the surveys are aquafarm operators, fishermen or other knowledgeable members of the household. Generated quarterly fisheries production is included in the quarterly data review process of the PSA at the provincial, regional and national levels. After the data validation, preliminary estimates are made available to data users. 1st Semester 2018 Cordillera Fisheries Situationer.

 

Release Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
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Farm Prices Survey (FPS) is a nationwide household-based monthly survey designed to gather data on farmgate or producer’s prices received by farmers, livestock and poultry raisers for the sale of their produce, at the first point of sale, excluding transportation and delivery cost. The general purpose of the FPS is to gather reliable price information at the farm level. It aims to develop sets of price indices and to measure the purchasing power of growers of selected agricultural products and serve as input in analyzing the seasonal trends and variation in agricultural prices. Farm Price Statistics in the Cordillera Region: 1st Quarter 2017 and 2018.

 

Release Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2018
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In 2017, the Philippines produced 19,276,347 metric mons (MT) of palay, harvested from a total area of 4,811,808 hectares (ha). The production increased by 9.4 percent (1,649,102 MT) compared to last year’s 17,627,245 MT. Central Luzon remained the top producer of palay among the regions, contributing the biggest share at 18.9 percent, followed by Cagayan Valley at 13.8 percent, and Western Visayas at 11.6 percent. On the other hand, Central Visayas produced the least at 1.7 percent, followed by CALABARZON at 2.1 percent, and Davao Region at 2.2 percent. 2017 Palay Performance in the Cordillera.

 

Release Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2018
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Farm Prices Survey (FPS) is a nationwide household-based monthly survey designed to gather data on farmgate or producer’s prices received by farmers, livestock and poultry raisers for the sale of their produce, at the first point of sale, excluding transportation on delivery cost. The availability of marketing information on agriculture, particularly on farm prices, is essential not only in the formulation of economic programs and policies of the government but also in the production planning and decision-making to optimize their profit. Farm Price Statistics in the Cordillera Region for the 4th Quarter 2017.

 

Release Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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In the 2016 Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) of CAR, Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry and Fishing (AHFF) contributed 8.8 percent to the total regional economy (at constant 2000 prices) Of the total AHFF, the crops sub-sector contributed the biggest share at 77.9 percent, followed by livestock and poultry with 14.8 and 5.6 percent, respectively. Fishery subsector had the least share with 1.7 percent contribution. From 2014 to 2016, total livestock production continuously declined from 37,420 metric tons in 2014 to 34,645 metric tons in 2016. Performance of Livestock Industry in CAR, CY 2016.

 

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