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HIGH VALUE CROPS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

The High Value Crops Development Program (HVCDP) is one of the banner programs of the Department of Agriculture created to help address food security, poverty alleviation and sustainable growth. It helps to promote the production, processing, marketing and distribution of high value crops. Strategically, HVCDP helps to increase income, create livelihood opportunity and contribute to national agricultural development of the Philippines.

VISION

            To have a productive farming community

MISSION

            Empower the farmers especially the high value crops producers

            Attain food sufficiency and economic growth

GOALS

            Increase production, income and livelihood opportunities among small producers

            Have access to affordable, safe and healthy food

TARGET SERVICE AREAS

CONVERGENCE AREAS - areas identified by the convergence initiatives of the Department of Agriculture (DA), Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR), and Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).

STRATEGIC PRODUCTION ZONES - key production areas in the country with a significant contribution to overall gross regional production and areas/zones in which agro-climatic condition is conducive to production.

FARM HOUSEHOLDS - include backyard farms and areas which are not more than 5 has. (for fruits and plantation crops) and less than 1 ha. (for vegetables).

PILLARS

  • Soil - Productive & healthy soil
  • Small Producer - Organized, interested & competent farming communities
  • Legal/ Policy - Enabling environment for production & competition
  • Support System - Appropriate technology & functional support services and structure

PRIORITY COMMODITIES

Vegetables

(Highland, Lowland, Spices, Legumes)

Fruits

(Mango, Banana, Pineapple, Others)

Industrial Crops

(Coffee, Cacao, Rubber)

Alternative Food Staple Crops

(Saba-Cardaba, Soybean, Rootcrops)

HVCDP OBJECTIVES

  • Facilitate and harmonize development intervention in the strategic production areas/ zones
  • Delivery of appropriate development support services
  • Facilitate and promote access to local and international market
  •   Proactive management actions on demand and supply situation

COMPONENTS AND STRATEGIES

Production Support Services

        - Seeds, planting materials

      - Small farm equipment

      - Small farm implements

      - Production facilities         

Market Support

    - Market studies, research activities, value

chain analysis

      - Market related information/database

      - Market related events conducted and

participated (local and international)

Irrigation Support Services

        - Small Scale Irrigation Projects

      - Alternative irrigation system

        - HDPE pipes, water plastic drum

Other Infrastructure and Postharvest Facilities

        - Processing Equipment

      - Postharvest Equipment

      - Processing Facility

Extension Support

      - Trainings

      - Information and Advocacy Materials

      - Technology Demonstration

      - Research and Development

      - Production and postharvest related

research activities

 

INDUSTRIES ROAD MAPS

 

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(Click image to view Cacao Industry Road Map)    

 

 

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(Click image to view Coffee Industry Road Map)

 

 

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Issuances

2017 Q3 PEST ADVISORY
Wednesday, 21 June 2017
  OIC Director Vivencio R. Mamaril, PhD of the Bureau of Plant Industry(BPI) alerts all DA Regional Executive Directors, BPI Center Chiefs, National Plant Quarantine Services Division, National Seed Quality Control Services Division and Crop Research and Production Support Division for possible pests to occur during the 3rd quarter of the year to closely monitor the listed areas. Rodent, armyworm/ cutworm, bacterial leaf blight, rice stemborer, brown planthopper are among the top pests. Pertinent information and possible management strategies for information and immediate action are also specified in the memorandum issued.   (Click here to view the Memorandum)     Read More...
REGISTERED ONION IMPORTERS AS OF APRIL 4, 2017
Tuesday, 11 April 2017
  HERE IS THE LIST OF REGISTERED ONION IMPORTERS AS OF APRIL 4, 2017 (Click here to view)   Read More...
Notice of Job Vacancy
Tuesday, 11 April 2017
  Herewith is the List of Vacant Positions in the Bureau of Plant Industry. For interested applicants, please contact our Personnel Section.  (Click here to view list) Read More...
DA Department Order No. 5 S.2017 - GUIDELINES FOR THE SELECTION OF THE NON-GOVERNMENT MEMBERS OF THE NOAB
Thursday, 23 March 2017
  Department of Agriculture Department Order No. 5 Series of 2017 GUIDELINES FOR THE SELECTION OF THE NON-GOVERNMENT MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ORGANIC AGRICULTURE BOARD Read More...
DA Memorandum No. 14 S.2017 - GENERAL GUIDELINES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SMALL-SCALE IRRIGATION PROJECTS OF THE DA
Thursday, 23 March 2017
  Department of Agriculture Memorandum No. 14 Series of 2017  GENERAL GUIDELINES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION  OF SMALL-SCALE IRRIGATION PROJECTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Read More...
DA Memorandum No. 13 S.2017 - GENERAL GUIDELINES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SOLAR-POWERED IRRIGATION SYSTEM OF THE DA.
Thursday, 23 March 2017
  Department of Agriculture Memorandum No. 13 Series of 2017 GENERAL GUIDELINES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION  OF SOLAR-POWERED IRRIGATION SYSTEM OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Read More...
IMAGE PEST ADVISORY FOR THE 2ND QUARTER (APRIL-JUNE) 2017
Thursday, 23 March 2017
  Our dear farmers are warned of the five pests to attack during the 2nd Quarter of the year. This is based on the historical data submitted by regions. Our Crop Pest Management Division listed areas where infestations may possibly occur. Bureau of Plant Industry OIC, Vivencio R. Mamaril issued a memorandum to all DA Regional Directors to alert the staff to closely monitor pests’ occurrence. Management options and conditions that may trigger infestations were also issued for information and dissemination.  (Click here to view list)   Read More...
IMAGE THE 2016 REVISED IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9184, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT REFORM ACT
Wednesday, 04 January 2017
  THE 2016 REVISED IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 9184, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT REFORM ACT   (Click here to view) Read More...
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