Are you looking to maximize your yields in bell pepper farming? Do you want to know the best practices for planting and harvesting these delicious fruits? The bell pepper farming industry is a lucrative one, and if you understand its nuances, you can reap high rewards. In this article, we’ll provide an introduction to bell pepper farming, a guide to what you need to get started, and tips on how to get the most out of your crop. Get ready to reap the rewards of bell pepper farming!
This guide covers only the basics of sweet pepper farming and if you need a details guide with data, you can download the bell pepper farming and production guide in PDF format from the Department of Agriculture (DA) website.
Introduction to Bell Pepper Farming
Bell pepper farming is an important part of...
Guyabano is one of the most beloved fruits in the Philippines and guyabano farming is also considered profitable and sustainable. If you are here because you want to learn about guyabano farming and production, you come to the right place. Click here to download the guyabano farming and production guide in PDF format from the DA website.
Introduction to Guyabano Farming
Soursop (Anona muricata Linn.) Also known as guyabano, it belongs to the Family Anonaceae, other familiar fruits besides guyabano are atis (Anona squamosa or sugar apple), anonas (Anona reticulata or custard apple), and atemoya (Anona). Leaves are smooth, shiny, oblong-obovate to oblong. It is a small tree about 5 to 7 meters in height. The flowers are large, yellowish or greenish-yellow, and solitary. There are six large...
Lanzones is one of the most popular fruits in the Philippines and Lanzones farming is a highly-profitable agribusiness venture. If you are looking for a Lanzones production guide, you are in the right place. This guide covers the web version of the official guide published by the DA but if you want to download the Lanzoner production guide in PDF format, you can download it here.
Introduction to Lanzones Farming
The lanzones (Scientific name: Lansium domesticum Correa) is one of the most wholesome fruits in the tropics. In the Philippines, it is a very popular dessert fruit because of its sweet to sub-acid taste that consumers do not seem to tire of eating. However, the milky juice which exudes from the skin and its bitter seeds sometimes deter people outside the tropics from eating lanz...
Do you know that cacao farming in the Philippines is one of highly-profitable agribusiness? If you are here because you want to learn more about cacao farming, how it is grown and planted, and how cocoa is produced, you come to the right place. This article provides a basic cacao farming and production guide. If you need an in-depth cacao farming guide, download the official cacao production PDF guide from the Department of Agriculture (DA) library.
Introduction to Cacao Farming
Cacao farming can be an incredibly lucrative form of agricultural investment. From yield potential and regional climate to available resources and market outlets, many factors are integral to its successful implementation. To get started, the first step is to understand the basics of cacao production and the var...
Singkamas farming is a very profitable agribusiness venture during summer in the Philippines when the root crop is harvested. The yam bean vine or Jicama is a member of the genus Pachyrhizus. It can reach a height of 4-5 meters with adequate support, while its roots can grow up to 2 meters in length and weigh up to 20 kilograms. In the Philippines, it is commonly called Singkamas.
Have you ever dreamed of having your own farm, but don't know where to start? Well, you might want to consider planting and growing Jicama! In this article, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how to plant and grow singkamas for profit. Read on to find out what it takes to make money from this healthy and delicious root vegetable.
Introduction to Singkamas Farming
Singkamas farming is not as difficult as...
Squash is one of the most important vegetables found in the Philippines and squash farming is also one of the most popular agribusinesses. In this article, we will explore squash farming, how to do it, and its profitability.
Are you looking for a profitable crop that does not require a lot of tending or special skills? Squash is the perfect crop to consider! Squash farming is a great way to make extra money, both at the local and national levels. This comprehensive guide takes you through the steps of planting squash for maximum profit, from preparing for planting to caring for your crops to harvesting and selling. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced farmer, this guide has all the information you need to get started with squash farming and make a good profit.
If you are here because you want to learn about papaya farming, you are in the right place. Papaya is a very important crop in the Philippines and either green or ripe, making money with papaya is always possible.
Papaya is often overlooked, yet it's a delicious fruit and occupies only 8,720 hectares of the Philippines' agricultural land. Not only useful in recipes as a dessert or vegetable dish, but it also provides vitamins A, B, and C. It serves as a meat tenderizer and can be used to clarify fruit juices, ferment liquors, and pre-shrinking wool. Papaya even has medicinal qualities making it an even more versatile treat!
Introduction to Papaya Farming
Papaya is an easy crop to grow in home gardens and can be quite a lucrative endeavor. The yield varies widely according to vari...
Garlic farming is a profitable agribusiness venture in the Philippines if done correctly and could be a sustainable source of income. If you are here because you want to know more about garlic farming, continue reading. We'll explore the benefits of growing garlic, its financial rewards, and how to select and plant a suitable variety. We’ll also provide tips for harvesting, curing, and storing your bounty. Read on to learn more about garlic farming and the fantastic rewards it can bring.
Garlic, scientifically known as Allium sativum L., is a perennial herb that is grown throughout the world. It produces a bulb that is surrounded by sheaths that are actually composed of thin-shelled bulblets, cloves, or sets, all of which are capable of forming a new plant. It is the bulblet in fresh or...
Pole sitao farming is a highly-profitable agribusiness due to its availability all year round all over the country.
Pole sitao is the most popularly produced vegetable among edible legumes because the pods, young shoots, as well as beans, are available throughout the year. It is grown in home gardens, on dikes around paddy fields, and under partially shaded areas as a companion crop or commercial crop.
Pole sitao (Vigna unquiculata subsp. Sesquipedales (L.) Verdc.) is sometimes known as asparagus bean, garter bean, snake bean, Chinese long bean, Yardlong bean (English); kacang panjang (Indonesian and Malaysian); tao-fak-yao (Thai); dau-dau (Vietnamese); dau-gok (Chinese); lobia (Hindi); and sasage (Japanese). In Tagalog, it is called sitaw (Waray), hantak (Waray), batong (Cebuano) an...
Green beans farming is one of the most profitable agribusinesses in the Philippines due to its high demand, especially during the month of December.
Green beans (scientific name: Phaseolus vulgaris), also known as Baguio beans, and snap beans, are abundant in Calabarzon, Northern Luzon, and parts of Western Visayas where it is grown commercially.
To start bean cultivation in the Philippines, you need to acquire farmland, deforest and burn the shrubs and grasses, and buy a hybrid bean species for better yield, then start monitoring your plant until it is mature for harvest after 120 days. Following this work, weeds and pests must be controlled on the farm on an ongoing basis.
We'll show you how to grow Baguio beans in the Philippines. Beans are a major source of protein, and there'...