1 edition of Data series on coconut statistics in the Philippines. found in the catalog.
Data series on coconut statistics in the Philippines.
1980 by Republic of the Philippines, Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research, Socio-Economics Research Division in Los Baños, Laguna .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Philippine Council for Agriculture and Resources Research. Socio-Economics Research Division.|
|LC Classifications||HD9259.C6 P52 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 177 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||82172648|
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Coconut wine or Lambanog, dubbed as the Philippine Vodka, is natural and chemical-free alcoholic liquor obtained from distillation of naturally fermented coconut sap. It is known for its high alcohol content and potency. It contains a minimum of 30% alcohol and can be used as base liquor to other flavored spirits and cocktail concoctions.
selected statistics on the coconut crop on an annual basis. The UCAP processed these data and presents it in its Annual Coconut Statistics Book and Data series on coconut statistics in the Philippines.
book Coconut Industry Kit in line with the needed data indices of its sectoral members, including the government through the File Size: KB. Inthe production volume of coconut in the Philippines was around million metric tons.
Coconut Statistics. An Annual yearbook which provides updated data series on RP coconut production, domestic trade, exports, processing facilities, and pertinent information on the world oils/fats trade.
it also features a service article and analyses of the various market situation abroad and in. Inthe production value of coconut in the Philippines was around billion Philippine pesos. There’s a saying that to know more is to love more.
So to love our coconut products, which are proudly made in the Philippines, here are some interesting facts and statistics you might want to know about the coconut industry in the Philippines. The Philippines is the second largest coconut producing country in the world, next to Indonesia.
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Data analysis manual for coconut researchers vii List of Tables Table Section of random digits 10 Table Frequency distribution of fruit shape in coconut population 18 Table Stem length (dm) of coconut population 19 Table Frequency distribution of stem length in Data series on coconut statistics in the Philippines.
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The Philippine coconut industry is an export-oriented sector, according to the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA). It has about million coconut farmers and 26% of the country’s agricultural.
Coconut production plays an important role in the national economy of the ing to figures published in December by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, it is the world's largest producer of coconuts, produc, tonnes in Production in the Philippines is generally concentrated in medium-sized farms.
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Ambi said local coconut processors here need to tap other sources since production in the region is no Author: Liza Tan. The Philippine Coconut Authority (Filipino: Pangasiwaan ng Niyog ng Pilipinas, abbreviated as PCA or PHILCOA), is an agency of the Philippine government under the Department of Agriculture (from tounder the Office of the President of the Philippines and the Office of the Cabinet Secretary) responsible for developing the coconut and other palm oil industry to its full potential in Headquarters: Elliptical Road, Vasra, Diliman, Quezon City.
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FAO is dedicated to collecting, analysing, interpreting and disseminating food and agriculture statistics that are. To see the changes in the coconut industry, here are the maps of the distribution and density of coconut farms in the Philippines. These series of map that I made show the changes of density and distribution of coconut trees all over the Philippines.
I used the years , and for comparison. Coconut cultivation plays an integral role in local diets of the archipelago’s population. Of the Philippines’ approximately 12 million hectares of farmland, million hectares are dedicated to coconut production, statistics released by the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) show.
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