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    Default Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    Back in 1964 when I was a little boy, my mother sent me to queue for RCA rice.The President then if I'm not mistaken was Diosdado Macapagal.Isn't it ironical that 44 years later and with her daughter GMA as president, we again have to fall in line for our staple food. What's wrong with the Philippines?

    Our soils are fertile, water sources are in abundance, the climate is well suited for agriculture and the International Rice Research Institute is right in our own backyard should we need technical assistance. How then did it happen that we have to import rice just to fill our needs?

    Who do you think is to blame and what can be done to correct the situation?
    Last edited by Aristotle; 9th Apr 2008 at 18:05.

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    blaming others, wouldn't help...

    let us all together face this crisis and help each other and then after we manage to survive lets trace whose fault and take necessary actions on them.

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    eto kwento sakin ng tatay ko

    actually wala naman daw tlga shortage sa rice,

    eto ang istorya:

    ang bansa daw natin tlgang noon pa daw eh bumbili na sa ibang bansa at nag-iistack ng up to 3 months for the lean months (tma ba spelling?), lean months daw yung months ng bagyo, kung saan di tlga tayo makapag-ani dahil sira ang palayan, umaasa halos tayo sa stock....

    nalaman daw ng mga tga media yung tungkol dun sa nag-iistock ng bigas, kaya syempre kumalat ang balita, lalo na sa mga retailers, kaya ang ngyari mrami sa mga retailers ang nag-iistock narin, kya nagiging kulang ang suply ng rice...kaya tumataas ang demand, konti ang supply, yari ang presyo.

    eto namang kwento na to eh kwento sakin ng tatay ko, heheh...nashare ko lang...

    another thing, mejo ngayong bakasyon kasi di ako masyado updated sa balita, yung una eh sa NFA repacking ang kaso, tpos biglang shift sa shortge ng bigas...me relationship ba to??

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    WALA NMAN TALAGANG SHORTAGE..
    maraming negosyante lang ang gusto pa kumita ng malaki kaya tinatago nila..
    KAYA YAN PINAPUTOK NOW, EH PARA MATAKPAN YUNG MGA SKANDALO SA GOBYERNO..GANYAN SA GOVT NATIN, MASKI NUON PA.MATAGAL N GIMIK N YAN MULA NG MAG KAMALAY AKO GANYAN NA ANG SISTEMA..
    Tatakpan ng isang malaking balita ang isang skadalo para mabaling ang pansin at usapan..

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aristotle View Post
    Back in 1964 when I was a little boy, my mother sent me to queue for RCA rice.The President then if I'm not mistaken was Diosdado Macapagal.Isn't it ironical that 44 years later and with her daughter GMA as president, we again have to fall in line for our staple food. What's wrong with the Philippines?

    Our soils are fertile, water sources are in abundance, the climate is well suited for agriculture and the International Rice Research Institute is right in our own backyard should we need technical assistance. How then did it happen that we have to import rice just to fill our needs?

    Who do you think is to blame and what can be done to correct the situation?
    Sabi nila kasi because of the geographical setting of the Philippines kaya di gaanong makapag parami ng bigas...and yung mga irrigation sites ginawang mga subdivision..dun nga nagreact si Sec Yap di ba....sabi niya kailangan ng taniman is "tubig tubig tubig!"

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lovely Face View Post
    Sabi nila kasi because of the geographical setting of the Philippines kaya di gaanong makapag parami ng bigas...and yung mga irrigation sites ginawang mga subdivision..dun nga nagreact si Sec Yap di ba....sabi niya kailangan ng taniman is "tubig tubig tubig!"
    There's alot of disinformation or news spin from both sides of the political spectrum and it's very difficult to tell who's telling the truth. It's up to you to discern but what I can say is I'll believe what I see and experience and therefore I believe that there is shortage. Look at the lines in the NFA retailer shops.
    As for the inability of our country to produce sufficient rice I dont' believe in the argument that we can't produce enough for our needs. The fertilizer scam, the diversion of funds for irrigation projects and other irregularities in the government has definitely hampered our rice production capacity.There was a time during the Marcos era when palay were rotting in NGA warehouses because of bumper harvests. This is a proof that we can if we believe we can.

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    hindi kaninong kakulangan.. saan dapat isisi Population

    actually sobra sobra ang bigas.. ang problema hindi na pantay ang inout at output ng mga supply sa dami ng tao dito..
    Last edited by kurabo; 10th Apr 2008 at 18:37.

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    iisa lang common denominator ng mga sagot dito.. corruptions sa government! kulang sa bigas, tinatago para kumita ng mas malaki, problem with fertilizers.. irrigation.. etc. etc. - corruptions.. tsk tsk!

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    di naman talaga kulang ang bigas, nagmahal lang talaga kaya yung mga mahihirap naghahanap ng murang bigas. Kaya yung murang bigas, yun ang kumokonti kaya nagkaroon ng shortage ang murang bigas. I think the price of rice is just right dahil hindi ganun kadali ang ginagawa ng farmers. Mahal na rin ang fertilizer. Mahal rin ang milling fee. Ang problem kasi yung mga negosyante nagsasamantala. Yung bigas ng taong bayan(NFA rice) ginagawa nilang negosyo.

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    Default Re: Kakulangan sa Bigas, Kaninong Pagkukulang?

    It is very true that the good climate and the geographical location in producing rice in the country. In the latest report of rice production in the Philippines, rice production in the Philippines has increased in a higher minimal amount in the past 5 years. Sources revealed that we have abundant supply of rice in our country. But here's the pick, as rice production increases there is also a huge increase of population in our country. As estimated today, our country has 90 million in population. Another factor is the increasing percentage of import quota of rice in other countries.


    So that is the reason why the government say that the Philippines is experiencing rice shortage.

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