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Rationalization of the agricultural machinery industry in the Philippines

Robert A. Yangas

Rationalization of the agricultural machinery industry in the Philippines

by Robert A. Yangas

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Published by Technology Resource Center, Technology Assessment and Registry Program in [S.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Robert A. Yangas.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAcquired for NAL
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 69 leaves :
Number of Pages69
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL957745M
LC Control Number95943631

8 Agricultural Waste Management Manure Handling and Storage Livestock manure is classified as either a solid, semi-solid or liquid using the following criteria: • Solid - contains greater than 20% solids. Bedding material contributes to the solids con-tent of the manure. It can be stacked and handled by any equipment that will move bulk materials.   Industry Agriculture, Fishery and Forestry Industry Service Total The Philippine economy has the potential to increase GDP and export revenue through their agricultural sector, however they lack the .

MANILA, Philippines – One would expect a booming agricultural sector in a country rich with vast fertile lands, but this seems to be not the case in the Philippines.   President Benigno Aquino wants the Philippines to be self-sufficient in rice by Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala said the government will not .

  Natural resources play an important role in the Philippine economy. While agriculture, fisheries and forestry represented about 9 percent of GDP in , they accounted for nearly one-third ( percent) of total employment. Equally important, natural capital provides energy, water, flood control, storm mitigation and other environmental services that benefit the entire. In , the Philippine’s GDP growth rate is expected to grow by %, according to the Asian Development Bank’s Outlook , and persistently remain among the fastest-growing economies in Asia.. In the first quarter of , the water industry registered a % growth period according to Philippine Statistics Authority.


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That means fewer chemicals, more efficient use of water, and more efficient use of machines. Agriculture is dying. This is a sad reality of the country. Agricultural land is being developed into industrial areas, shopping malls and subdivisions.

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Even though 50% of land in the Philippines is Agricultural and statistics of of the populace are farmers, we continue to import agricultural products. Most of our farmers remain at the poverty level due to lack of support from our government, capitalism, land reform, lack of irrigation, farm to market roads, etc.

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Performance of Philippine Agriculture Agriculture posts percent decline in output in Q1 Agriculture posted a percent decline in the first quarter of with crops and fisheries contributing to the contraction for the quarter.

Agriculture's share of the Philippine gross domestic product in ( percent) was almost the same as it was in (World Bank, b). Between andthe ratio between the price of rice and the non-food price index declined from to (Hill and Jayasuriya, ).

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