Bukidnon

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Bukidnon

(bo͞okĭd`nŏn, Sp. bo͞okēdh`nōn), province (1990 pop. 843,891), N central Mindanao, the Philippines. Malaybalay is the provincial capital. Much of the area is on a high plateau (alt. c.2,000 ft/610 m). With very fertile soil and a heavy, evenly distributed annual rainfall, Bukidnon is of great importance agriculturally. Intensely cultivated, it is the nation's major pineapple-producing region and a center of coffee production. A great variety of fruits is also grown, primarily for canning and export. The province has a high percentage of owner-operated farms. Central Mindanao Univ. is at Musuan.
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BSWM-UNDP Philippines-GEF5 SLM Project | Over-cultivation and the effects of climate change have led to the deterioration of soils in the Philippines' Bukidnon Province. (file)
Andanar said the facility would be erected at a two-hectare area in Manolo Fortich town, Bukidnon province. He said the facility will house a government TV and radio center, and has a modern dormitory for personnel.
The newly promoted soldiers under the Army's 403 Infantry (Peacemaker) donned their new rank insignias during a ceremony held in Camp Osito Bahian, Malaybalay City, Bukidnon province on Tuesday.
31, 2020, aimed at improving the management of watersheds in four priority river basins the Chico River Basin in Cordillera Administrative Region the WahigInabanga River Basin in Bohol Island the Lake Lanao Basin in Mindanao and the Upper Bukidnon River Basin in Bukidnon province with the end-goal of improving the socio-economic conditions of indigenous people and the other poor residents in the surrounding communities.
Three people were killed in Bukidnon province, while politicians in Lanao Del Sur province said seven people had drowned in flash floods there.
Eight were killed in Bukidnon province, southern Philippines, where 6,000 families were also displaced in dozens of villages that were flooded as continuous rain inundated the 220,000-hectare Liguasan Delta early last week.
displaced by the floods in Bukidnon province, 868 kilometres south of
Soldiers also seized hundreds of rounds from AK-47 assault rifle and voluminous subversive documents following the raid of a suspected New People's Army (NPA) encampment in the Mount Kitanglad forests in Libona town in northern Mindanao's Bukidnon province, said Jesse Alvarez, commander of the army's 403rd Infantry Brigade.
She comes from Bukidnon province in southern Philippines.
The Commission on Elections said Juan Miguel Zubiri, who was a congressman from Bukidnon Province for nine years, won slightly more than 11 million votes after slow manual counting, edging out an opposition rival by a little more than 19,000 votes.

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