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May 25, 2011 at 12:18 AM #150960
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March 26, 2011 at 9:51 PM #146331
Yes, I agree Cacao can be inter-crop with Pili, just like cacao-coconut intercropping
November 2, 2010 at 5:00 PM #143110
Magandang rin pagkakitaan ang Pili. Mas maganda kung libangan lang ito, pandadagdag lang sa pangkabuhayan kita at may malawak na lupain. Kung hindi, maraming maaring maging problema.Ilan dito ay:- Pag malaki na ang puno, wala nang mabubuhay na ibang tanim sa ilalim ng puno. Hindi katulad ng ibang malalaking puno na pwede pang taniman ng mga katulad ng mga gulay sa ilalim at pagitan.- Malaki ang pinsala sa pili kung may bagyo. Nababakli ang mga sanga at kundi man nabubuwal. Napakahina ng pamumunga kung tag ulan. Mga bulaklak at ang pamumulakalak ay hindi natutuloy pag tinatamaan ng malakas na hangin at ulan. Alam natin na mahaba ang tagulan at panahon ng bagyo dito sa atin sa bikol.Ok, naman po na gawin itong komersiyal na pangunahin pagkakakitaan pang kabuhayan, dapat lang tutukan mabuti at ekonsedera ang aking mga nabanggit sa itaas.
October 24, 2010 at 3:00 AM #142958
Maray na aldow/banggi sa indo gabos,
Maogma ako ta igwang topic digdi manungod sa pili tree. Last year, nagpatanom man ako ning 200 pili trees (hybrid)dyan sa bicol sa lugar kan magurang ko.
April 29, 2010 at 2:30 AM #137175
Anyone from this forum who knows of a plantation or you have enough supply of pili nut, please call/text me at (0917)5443377. I want to visit your farm to check the quality of pili nut if it conforms to Japanese market standards. We want to buy pili nut of volume supply.
October 3, 2009 at 2:10 AM #125759
sir..at pili, camarines sur (the province’s capital town with its name obviously derived from pili tree) you can coordinate with the DA reg’l office at san agustin, pili, camarines sur. there, they have lots of pili nurseries and can help you with the informations you need.hope this helps..
October 3, 2009 at 12:41 AM #125754
hi sir..i already read your article bout pili and its a great help for my feasibility study….sir i can see that your some who can help mr gather some info bout pili…sir do you know po any place hir in bicol that has a large pili plantation?…i really nid that info po kc for my market study…hope you can help me po with dis one,,,,…thank you…dios mbalos po…phia
March 27, 2009 at 3:30 AM #111883
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The Pili nut (Canarium ovatum), one of 600 species in the family Burseraceae, is native to the Philippines and is abundant and wild in southern Luzon, and in parts of Visayas and Mindanao.
Trees of Canarium ovatum are attractive symmetrically shaped evergreens, averaging 20 m tall with resinous wood and resistance to strong wind. C. ovatum is dioecious, with flowers borne on cymose inflorescence at the leaf axils of young shoots. As in papaya and rambutan, functional hermaphrodites exist in pili. Pollination is by insects. Flowering of pili is frequent and fruits ripen through a prolonged period of time. The ovary contains three locules, each with two ovules, most of the time only one ovule develops (Chandler 1958).
Pili fruit is a drupe, 4 to 7 cm long, 2.3 to 3.8 cm in diameter, and weighs 15.7 to 45.7 g. The skin (exocarp) is smooth, thin, shiny, and turns purplish black when the fruit ripens; the pulp (mesocarp) is fibrous, fleshy, and greenish yellow in color, and the hard shell (endocarp) within protects a normally dicotyledonous embryo. The basal end of the shell (endocarp) is pointed and the apical end is more or less blunt; between the seed and the hard shell (endocarp) is a thin, brownish, fibrous seed coat developed from the inner layer of the endocarp. This thin coat usually adheres tightly to the shell and/or the seed. Much of the kernel weight is made up of the cotyledons, which are about 4.1 to 16.6% of the whole fruit; it is composed of approximately 8% carbohydrate, 11.5 to 13.9% protein, and 70% fat. Kernels from some trees may be bitter, fibrous or have a turpentine odor.
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March 19, 2009 at 1:48 AM #111104
Bai sana tabi Nhe Going ta pag-uli ko basta iguang mga bunga su mangga, kalamansi buda pili darahan ta ka… pero an sigurado su mamis asin tubo ta perming igua…
Palan, nagpu-poon kaming magibo ki Vinegar na hali sa tubo… baad igua ka tabing idea, o kamidbid tabangi man tabi kami. Pag hurunan mi an tungkol sa compensation…
March 18, 2009 at 11:17 PM #111089
Ako noy Ding mabakal tabi ki mangga saka kalamansi ta maray iyan this
summer. mango shake hhhmmmm. the best. lemonade…sarap…. pero the best ang pigtulang pili saka an preskong pili na bako pa lanta. yummy!
March 18, 2009 at 10:51 PM #111085
Mabalos tabi Mikey sa info… dapat naman talagang pag-ukulan ng pansin ng gobiyerno ang industriyang ito… baka kasi matulad lang ito doon sa naunang project na tulad ng mangga at kalamansi… na matapos kaming magtanim ay wala naman palang market… mabalos tabi giraray Mikey…
March 18, 2009 at 12:50 PM #111047
Manoy Ding, article about Pili. Vol. XXII, No. 162Thursday, March 19, 2009 | MANILA, PHILIPPINESAgribusinessBY NEIL JEROME C. MORALES, Reporter Pili nut propagation program to be implemented in Bicol regionTHE AGRICULTURE department eyes reviving the pili nut industry, and turn it into an export cash crop through massive planting in the Bicol Region. Under the Pili Development Program, the department will spend P150 million to propagate seven pili varieties in the provinces of Albay, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes and Sorsogon, said Agriculture Regional Executive Director for Bicol Jose V. Dayao. The selected pili nut varieties produce some 10,000 nuts per tree every year, ten times more than conventional varieties, and are pest- and disease-resistant. The indigenous pili nut has the highest oil content among all peanuts. Bicol region accounts for 82% of domestic pili nut production. “Pili has high potential for being a top export commodity for the Philippines, as it can very well compete with macadamia, cashew, almond and walnut in terms of quality,” Mr. Dayao said. The project will start this month with the production and distribution of planting materials through the existing nurseries of the department, private sector and local government units and research outreach stations. The nuts produced after six months of propagation will then be planted on the 3,750-hectare target area in the municipalities of Bacacay, Malilipot, Malinao, Sto. Domingo, Tiwi, Tabaco City, Rapu-Rapu, Camalig, Daraga, Manito, Legaspi City, Guinobatan, Libon, Ligao, Pio Duran, Oas, Polangui and Jovellar in Albay. Pili will also be planted in a 150-hectare area in Camarines Norte, 600-hectare lot in Camarines Sur, 150-hectare plantation in Catanduanes, and 350-hectare farm in Sorsogon. “There are many orders from abroad but our planting materials cannot fulfill the orders,” Rosita M. Imperial, regional coordinator of the National High Value Commercial Crops program, said in a phone interview. The Agriculture department will showcase production and processing technology through model farms to be put up at the local level. Mr. Dayao said the research, promotion and development efforts under the program would involve the production of quality products with vast market potential, establishment of strong marketing linkages between users and producers, and improvement of the packaging of pili products and by-products. Production of peanuts, which account for less than a percent of the total agriculture output of the country, declined by 3.04% last year to 257,730 metric tons worth P257.3 million due to less planting, data from the Bureau of Agricultural Statistics show. Back to tophttp://www.bworldonline.com/BW031909/content.php?id=122
February 10, 2009 at 7:23 AM #107911
Ganito ang pili pag maliit pa (larawan sa itaas). Lumalaki ito ng mas malaki pa sa drum at sabi ng matatanda umaabot sa mahigit 100 years old ang edad ng isang puno ng pili.
December 31, 2008 at 9:21 AM #104365
Maogma Asin Magaya-gayang Bagong Taon Po Sa Gabos!!!
Mag hirilinang giraray kita samasunod nataon!!!
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