The Agriculture Department over the weekend reported that farmers reaped 416,732 metric tons of paddy rice and 208,890 MT of corn just before the typhoon entered the country.
An early advisory issued by Department to regional field offices saved 93,507 hectares of rice and 75,467 hectares planted to corn in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), Regions I, II, III, IV-A, V, VI, VII and VIII.
Meanwhile, initial damage and losses were placed at P185.83 million as the typhoon destroyed some rice and corn fields, high value crops and even livestock in CALABARZON, Bicol and Eastern Visayas Regions.
The typhoon affected the livelihood of 40,872 farmers with 9,977 hectares of agricultural areas destroyed and 10,366 MT of volume loss. The data, however, is still subject to validation.
Agriculture Secretary William Dar instructed regional executive directors in affected regions to thoroughly assess the damage and losses in crops,…
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