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PH banana firms push WTO case vs Australia

Inquirer 18 May 2011
MANILA, Philippines—Banana growers in Mindanao are considering asking the World Trade Organization (WTO) to address Australia's longstanding resistance to the entry of cavendish bananas from the Philippines, according to an industry group. The Philippine Banana Growers and ...
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Visit farms, banana growers ask bishops

Inquirer 11 Nov 2009
MANILA, Philippines — An organization of banana growers whose aerial spraying operations in Mindanao have come under fire from Church and community leaders is asking Manila-based bishops to visit the farms and see through the 'lies' spread by its critics. In a recent letter to the bishops, the Pilipino Banana Growers & Exporters Association Inc.
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PDEA: Kalinga is top marijuana source

Inquirer 08 Jan 2009
'There are also marijuana plantations in Mindanao, but since Metro Manila is the biggest market, its closest big supplier is still the Cordillera,' he said ... PDEA also found little evidence of an organization among marijuana growers because the volume of marijuana shipped to Metro Manila is never the same.
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Kalinga now a major marijuana producer

Inquirer 08 Jan 2009
"There are also marijuana plantations in Mindanao, but since Metro Manila is the biggest market, its closest big supplier is still the Cordillera," he said ... PDEA also found little evidence of an organization among marijuana growers because the volume of marijuana shipped to Metro Manila is never the same.
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Barking up the wrong (mango) tree

The Philippine Star 10 Jun 2005
The California Rare Fruit Growers organization, which claims to be the largest amateur fruit-growing organization in the world, describes "Manila mango" as "Origin Mexico, a seedling race common in Veracruz state.
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Delivering better tomatoes - a Northern Mindanao challenge

Manila Bulletin 09 Sep 2000
Keeping refrigerated containers full of tomatoes travelling to Manila on a regular basis, however, will require organizing the commercial tomato growers in Northern Mindanao to properly schedule their production and helping them to increase their productivity.
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