What can you grow on a farm in the Philippines?
Crop Improvement Programmes and Food Security in the Philippines
- Cereals – Rice, Maize, Sorghum.
- Food legumes – Mung Bean, Peanut, Cowpea, Soybean.
- Vegetables – Tomato, Eggplant, Lima Bean, Bottle Gourd, Sweet Pepper, Hot Pepper.
- Root crops: Cassava, Sweet potato, Taro.
- Fiber crops: Cotton, Manila Hemp.
What can you grow in a small farm in the Philippines?
Medina used rice as an example, since it is most Filipinos’ main source of energy, and is always in demand in the market.
|If you are planting:||Consider planting these beside it:|
|pipino||sitaw, talong, okra, corn|
|kalabasa||upo, patola, ampalaya, pipino|
|kamatis||sibuyas, squash, pechay, bawang|
What is the most profitable plant to grow in Philippines?
Pineapple was the most lucrative agricultural commodity last year as it recorded a 526-percent return on investment (ROI), the highest among the 27 local farm and fish products, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA).
What plants grow fast in the Philippines?
Fast growers are loose-leaf lettuce, arugula, Chinese kale, pechay, bok choi, kangkong, and mustasa (mustard greens). buy seeds for the Chinese kangkong variety, which can be planted in the soil.
What is the easiest fruit to grow in Philippines?
SWEET BALIMBING – There are two varieties of balimbing in the Philippines that are sweet and juicy. Both are very easy to grow in containers. Grafted trees will bear fruit in just one year from planting. MANY CITRUS VARIETIES – The citrus family is very suitable for container planting.
What fruits and vegetables are native to the Philippines?
The most common fruits in the Philippines are mangoes, pineapples and bananas and vegetables are green beans, morning glory, carrots and cucumbers among many others.