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;Good morning everyone we are her today to present our proposed title.

But before that let me


introduce myself together with my co members. I am Hazel N. Quijoteand here is my co members mr.
Gerald Abayon, ms. Janica Ayne Mapanao, and ms. Faith Selma.

NATIONAL

The Philippines is a vast producer of coconut and exporter of various exotic fruit where the coconut
industry is a dominant sector (Pabuayon et.al,2009) about 1/3 of the agriculture land is devoted.
coconut production and the coconut industry is the huge provider to the Philippines economy.

the Philippines is the world’s second largest producer of coconut accounting 26.6% of global production.

It was previously the largest world producer before being taken by Indonesia. Luzon, southern
Mindanao, and the eastern Visayas are a few of the country’s most prominent locations for coconut
producing.

It is estimated that around one quarter of total farm land in the Philippines is dedicated to coconut
production. (retrieve from worldatlas.com)

During world war II US continued to buy more copra and coconut oil to extract glycerin needed in the
production of explosives. (www.pca.da.gov,ph)

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Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) showed that in 2015, Davao Region produced a
total of 2,246,187.53 metric tons, the highest in the country.

Rounding the top five are Northern Mindanao (1.85 million metric tons), Zamboanga Peninsula
(1.68 million metric tons), Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) (1.39 million metric
tons), and Calabarzon (1.38 million).
Davao City has our own coconut research center. That is the oldest. In 1966, it is already existing.
And that coconut research center is producing 200,000 coco seedlings of good variety, special
variety including the coconut aromatic dwarf variety. For now, no budget yet has been dedicated
because they prioritized the areas hit by typhoon Yolanda. But I already requested budget for this
year or the next,” he said, adding they have partnered with tribal leader Datu Allan Sumandang and
Ata-Manobo Deputy Mayor Arthur Ali to iron out details regarding the planting of coconut trees in a
6,000-hectare land in Paquibato district.

2.WHY DO YOU CHOOSE THIS STUDY?


 we choose this study because we want to provide an overview about small scale
Sellers to know the rights and benefits of a small farmer should have and also to
know how they manage to live despite of not having enough money for that
certain time or year.

4.WHAT MAKES YOUR STUDY UNIQUE THAN THE OTHER STUDY?

 Our study is unique because we focused in the farmer’s problem regarding to their specific
income and Benefits. for example, why there are no interested investors to the product and there
are no Government Agencies who can help them to be known in the business industry for them
to excel such as having a specific price for marketing the product.

An award-winning coconut farmer-producer stressed the need for more government support to
farmers to expound the country’s coconut industry.
(Retrieve from www.sunstar.com.ph Erwin P. Nicavera , March 06, 2018) While other studies
focuses on the profitability of their certain product and why that certain product/services are
demanded in the market.

2.WHAT IS THE REASON FOR YOU TO CHOOSE THIS TOPIC AND IS IT HELPFUL FOR OTHERS TO KNOW
ABOUT THIS?
 The reason for us to choose this study is to have an idea on how a certain coconut farmer
engaged in a business that can help in terms of our field us a BSBA student. This can also help to
determine and might solve the problems of our local coconut farmers
PROBLEM

We’ve sighted many problems about our title. First is the difference between small scale and large-scale
coconut sellers, in terms of price.

Usually many small-scale coconut sellers here in our municipality was forcing to sell their coconut in a
much lower price because of the poverty they think that it is already enough. There was also this
instances nga maatik sila sa uban tao. Paliton ilang lubi in a lower price then pag abot sa gawas ibaligya
into higher price.

(. Because of farm gate price of one coconut has fallen by 64% from P12.50 to P4.50, our 3.4
million small scale farmers are suffering, these is because the coconut farmer’s annual income
is only P20,000 since this farmer will now earn only P 7,200 many are now cutting their coconut
trees and selling them just to survive. (retrieve from www.inquirer.com.ph on August,201