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Cacao Culture in the Philippines (Philippine Bureau of Agriculture. Farmer's Bulletin) (Volume 2)

William S. Lyon

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ISBN 10: 1492741612 / ISBN 13: 9781492741619
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Title: Cacao Culture in the Philippines (Philippine...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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*Letter of transmittal *Introduction *Climate *The plantation site *The soil *Preparation of the soil *Drainage *Forming the plantation *Selection of varieties *Planting *Cultivation *Pruning *Harvest *Enemies and diseases *Manuring *Supplemental notes *New varieties *Residence *Cost of a cacao plantation

Cacao in cultivation exists nearly everywhere in the Archipelago. I have observed it in several provinces of Luzon, in Mindanao, Jol—, Basilan, Panay, and Negros, and have well-verified assurances of its presence in Cebú, Bohol, and Masbate, and it is altogether reasonable to predicate its existence upon all the larger islands anywhere under an elevation of 1,000 or possibly 1,200 meters. Nevertheless, in many localities the condition of the plants is such as not to justify the general extension of cacao cultivation into all regions. The presence of cacao in a given locality is an interesting fact, furnishing a useful guide for investigation and agricultural experimentation, but, as the purpose of this paper is to deal with cacao growing from a commercial standpoint, it is well to state that wherever reference is made to the growth, requirements, habits, or cultural treatment of the plant the commercial aspect is alone considered. As an illustration, attention is called to the statement made elsewhere, that "cacao exacts a minimum temperature of 18°"; although, as is perfectly well known to the writer, its fruit has sometimes matured where the recorded temperatures have fallen as low as 10°. There is much to be learned here by experimentation, for as yet the cultivation is primitive in the extreme, pruning of any kind rudimentary or negative, and "treatment" of the nut altogether unknown.

Contents:

Letter of transmittal

Introduction

Climate

The plantation site

The soil

Preparation of the soil

Drainage

Forming the plantation

Selection of varieties

Planting

Cultivation

Pruning

Harvest

Enemies and diseases

Manuring

Supplemental notes

New varieties

Residence

Cost of a cacao plantation

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