Essay About Agriculture In The Philippines

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BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR AGRICULTURE
Philippines is one of the richest country when it comes to agriculture, both flora and fauna. Its main agricultural crops are rice, corn, coconut, sugarcane, bananas, pineapple, coffee, mangoes, tabacco and abaca. Most Filipinos are supporting their daily needs through agriculture because they can get food and earn money
Agriculture is important because it is the Filipinos’ main employment and everyone are engaged in it, even children. Most of Filipinos should be wealthy with the use of our agriculture. Hence, it is still one of the social problems here in the Philippines. Throughout the years, we have been looking for solutions in aiming the development of agriculture.
In applying neocolonialism, we are rich in agriculture. We can use this as a tool in engaging to different countries. Exporting is one the famous in agriculture,
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Most of them are the land owners, but they are taking advantages with their workers and do not give right treatment. Workers in the farms should be the primary priorities of land-owners of farm. Because without the workers in the farm, everything will not work. Under-pricing buyers of farm products to export then over-pricing their products in the market should not be applied. The products from the farm should be more pricy since they are the one who plant and harvest. Lastly, promoting the agribusiness would help the Philippines’ agriculture in exporting, so that Filipinos will be more familiarized in handling farms.. In applying capitalism, Amadeo (2017) stated that capitalism is an economic system where private entities own the factors of production. The factors are entrepreneurship, capital, goods, natural resources and labor. Philippine has lot of farmers but does not have a land to harvest. The advantage of capitalism for agriculture is that, people who owns a farm should hire farmers. More land-owners, more work for

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