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Environment and Livelihood : 

Environment and Livelihood Lesson 5 Oct. 5, 2009

What is an Environment? : 

What is an Environment? Surroundings Physical Environment The source of raw materials and other things they need for their livelihood.

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What are the major livelihoods in the Philippines?

Livelihoods in the Phil. : 

Livelihoods in the Phil. Farming Fishing Mining Lumber or Logging Livestock Raising Home Industries

What is Farming? : 

What is Farming? It is the business of operating a farm. What is Agriculture? the production of crops, livestock, or poultry.

Find in the Dictionary the words: : 

Find in the Dictionary the words: Crops Livestock Poultry Write in your civics notebook

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FARMING Philippines is an agricultural country Farming is the leading industry. More than 13 million hectares of land are used for farming Seventy eight percent (78%) of the farmland only grow three major crops. Three major crops are rice corn coconut.

Facts: : 

Facts: Filipinos are rice eaters Our government subsides our rice NFA or National Food Authority is the government body assigned in ensuring the food security of the country and the stability of supply and price of the staple grain-rice.

Where regions are the biggest rice Producers? : 

Where regions are the biggest rice Producers? Central Luzon Bicol Cotabato Iloilo

Steps in Planting Rice : 

Steps in Planting Rice Prepare the Soil Spread base manure Transplant rice seedlings by hand D. Weed and apply manure again E. Harvest

Planting Rice : 

Planting Rice Soil Preparation Turnover farmland to loose and benefit growth for roots B. Spread base manure give base nutrient to soil

Planting Rice : 

Planting Rice C. Transplant rice seedlings by hand D. Weed and apply manure again Lets rice seedlings can be grown healthy and strong.

Planting Rice : 

Planting Rice E. Harvest

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Q. How many different kinds of rice are there? There are about 120,000 varieties known to exist.

Coconut Farming : 

Coconut Farming 1st in world production and accounts to 31% of the total world produce. *2008 more than 3 Million hectares is devoted to coconut production. decrease in production of coconut may be due to the prolonged effects of the El Niño phenomenon

Facts about the coconut : 

Facts about the coconut Under the Department of Agriculture we have the Philippine Coconut Authority the sole government agency that is tasked to develop the coconut industry. It is called the “tree of life” because of the endless list of products and by-products derived from its various parts. Food, shelter, fuel - name it, the coconut has it.

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Basket Weaving Coconut Houses

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut Walls Coconut Roofs

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut fiber For pillows Coconut Hats

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Used as a tissue paper Used as a broom Used as a toothpick

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Fuel for cooking Soup bowl

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut shell products

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut drink Coconut oil Coconut cooking oil

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Snack Flavor Food

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut Husk: Floor Polisher, Plant Hanger, Rope, Folder, Album, Box, and Mosquito Repellent

Lesson 5 : 

Lesson 5 Sept. 30, 2009

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What are the major livelihoods in the Philippines? 2FM2LH

Livelihoods in the Phils. : 

Livelihoods in the Phils. Farming Fishing Mining Lumber or Logging Livestock Raising Home Industries

What is Farming? : 

What is Farming? It is the business of operating a farm. What is Agriculture? the production of crops, livestock, or poultry.

Find in the Dictionary the words: : 

Find in the Dictionary the words: Crops – grown plants, grains, fruits etc. Livestock – domestic animals kept for farm purposes, sale or profit Poultry – fowls such as chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese.

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” coco meat coco flour desiccated coconut coconut milk coconut chips Candies bukayo or local sweetened shredded coconut meat, latik copra animal feeds.

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut water coconut water vinegar coconut wine nata de coco good as a dessert A laxative as a growth factor as a substitute for dextrose.

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut shell produces the core of the most saleable household products and fashion accessories that can be turned into lucrative, wide-selling cottage industries.

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut shell : 

Uses of Coconut “Tree of Life” Coconut shell shell necklaces shell bags cigarette boxes shell ladles buttons lamp shades fruit and ash trays candle holders guitars placemats coffee pots cups wind chimes "coco banks“ briquetted charcoal and activated carbon.

For more information about the coconut visit this site: : 

For more information about the coconut visit this site: http://pca.da.gov.ph/tol.html#

Corn Farming : 

Corn Farming Second biggest farming industry. There is no specific place where it is grown in the Philippines because it is grown everywhere there is land. You can grow it in your backyard if you want 

Sugarcane : 

Sugarcane Sugarcane plantations in Laguna, Tarlac, Negros Occidental and Batangas

Sugarcane : 

Sugarcane Sugarcane is harvested by hand or mechanically. Hand harvesting accounts for more than half of the world's production, and is especially dominant in the developing world.

How to Harvest Sugarcane : 

How to Harvest Sugarcane When harvested by hand, the field is first set on fire. The fire spreads rapidly, burning away dry dead leaves, and killing any venomous snakes hiding in the crop, but leaving the water-rich stalks and roots unharmed. With knives (usually Cane knives, but Machetes are also commonly used), harvesters then cut the standing cane just above the ground. Note: A skilled harvester can cut 500 kg of sugarcane in an hour.

Sugarcane byproducts : 

Sugarcane byproducts cane spirits Rum Vodka electricity can be generated from the bagasse. Solvents animal feed various types of paper pharmaceutical products furfurol, for synthesizing organic compounds,

Sugarcane byproducts : 

Sugarcane byproducts alcohol used as fuel Beverage Syrup citric acid lactic acid mono sodium glutamate ethyl alcohol or ethanol. acetone

Sugarcane byproducts : 

Sugarcane byproducts Absolutely everything from the cane is used: bagasse, syrups, cake and waste from the harvest. Sugarcane thus generates, as is the case with petroleum, innumerable products ranging from yeast to herbicides and insecticides, with an important difference: they are biodegradable and inoffensive to environment.

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