Philippine Bureau of Agriculture.
Farmer’s Bulletin No. 2.
Cacao Culture in the Philippines
In charge of seed and plant introduction.
Prepared under the direction of the Chief of the Bureau.
Bureau of Public Printing.
cultivation exists nearly everywhere in the Archipelago.
I have observed it in several provinces of Luzon, in
Mindanao, Joló, 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 ..................