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ECONOMIC SECTOR

AGRICULTURE
Crops
As of 2014, Victoria has an agricultural area of 11, 773.58 hectares or 46.18% of the total land
area of the municipality which is 25,494.4219 hectares. About 45.60% of these agricultural lands
were devoted to rice farming, 39.08% was devoted to fruit trees and the remaining 15.32%
agricultural area was devoted to high value commercial crops such as the corn, vegetables,
industrial and root crops. (Table 1)
Table 1 Area devoted to Agriculture, 2014

Category
Total Agricultural Land
Rice
Irrigated
Non-irrigated
Corn
Vegetable
Root Crops
Industrial Crops
Banana
Coconut
Coffee
Cacao
Pineapple
Fruit Trees
Calamansi
Sentoris
Lanzones
Rambutan
Mango
Durian
Mangosteen
Abiu

Area (Hectares)
11,773.58
5,369.00
4,565.00
804.00
125.00
178.00
270.25
1,230.54
440.80
689.94
43.10
13.00
43.70
4,600.79
884.00
604.56
1,666.56
987.12
57.00
337.50
20.94
43.10

% Devoted to
Agriculture
46.18
45.60
38.78
6.82
1.06
1.51
2.30
10.45
3.74
5.86
0.37
0.11
0.37
39.08
7.51
5.13
14.16
8.83
0.48
2.87
0.18
0.37

Source: Municipal Agriculture Office, 2014

The economic base of the municipality is basically agricultural. In terms of agricultural land area,
45.60% of the entire agricultural area is planted of Rice followed by Fruit Trees (Calamansi,
Sentoris, Rambutan, Lanzones, Durian, Mango, Mangosteen, and abui) at 39.08% and Industrial
Crops (Coconut, Cacao and Coffee, Banana, Pineapple) at 10.45%. By this year, farmers were
more inclined at rice planting compare to other crops. There were several market outlets of fruits
such as in MIMAROPA, CALABARZON, Metro Manila and Panay Island.Value of each commodity
varies on supply and demand particularly on citrus and rambutan.

Rice were sold in form of palay (grain) or rice. Marginal farmers sold their palay to local market.
Value will depend to grain quality. Dry season had a higher price compare to wet season, because
post-harvest facilities like dryer is lacking during harvest season. Price range to Php 10.00 to Php
12.00/kilo during wet season and Php 13.00 to Php 22.00/kilo during dry season both at 18% to
26% moisture content (MC). Fancy and glutinous rice and good eating quality varieties is much
higher price compare to ordinary rice. Likewise, local traders and big land owners market their
products in term of rice outside the province of Oriental Mindoro. Some rice farmer sold their palay
in the National Food Authority (NFA) at Barcenaga, Naujan, Or. Mindoro buying satellite station, and
in Calapan City. with additional trucking fee. Figure 1 shows the land area distribution of the
municipality. In terms of the volume of production (figure 2), rice accounted for 39.98% of the total
agricultural production of the municipality. Fruit trees was second to rice production with 43,165
metric tons (MT) or 37.39% followed by industrial crops with 2% or 2,306.68 MT of the total
municipal agricultural output
Table 2 Existing Major Agricultural Crops by Area, Production and Market, Year 2014

Major Crops

Brgy.

Rice
Irrigated
Non Irrigated
Corn

Area
Hectares %Total
5,369.00

0.4560

25
21

4,565.00
804.00

0.3878
0.0682

125.00

0.0106

4,600.79

0.3908

Fruit Trees
Calamansi

21

884.00

0.0751

Sintores

19

604.56

0.0513

Lanzones

21

1,666.56.

0.1416

Mango

11

57.00

0.0048

Durian

15

337.50

0.0287

Mangosteen

20.94

0.0180

Rambutan

21

987.12

0.0838

43.10

0.0037

1,230.54

0.1045

Abiu
Industrial crops
Coconut

20

689.94

0.0586

Coffee/cacao

13

56.10

0.0048

440.80

0.0374

Pineapple

11

43.70

0.0037

Vegetables

23

178.00

0.0151

Roots
TOTAL

20

270.25
11,773.58

0.023
1.0333

Banana

Production
Volume
46,155.37
0
39,999.580
6,198.240
269.50
0
43,165.73
0
11,304.000
7,216.00
0
8,032.73
0
1,570.00
0
5,343.00
0
454.00
0
8,986.00
0
260.00
0
2,306.680
1,178.78
0
193.90
0
836.00
0
98.00
0
872.78
0
942.000
115,442.560

Local

Product Market
Export

Metro Manila, Panay, Calabarzon,


Mimaropa

-do

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

-do-

Source: Municipal Agriculture Office, 2011

Figure 1: Land Area Devoted to Agricultural Production, 2014

10.45

Rice

Corn

Fruit Trees

2.3

1.51

Industrial Crops

Root Crops

Vegetables

45.60

39.08

1.06

Figure 2. Volume of Agricultural Production, 2014


2.00

0.82

0.76

39.98

Rice
Corn
Fruit Trees
Industrial Crops
Root Crops

37.39
0.23

Vegetables

.
The table below shows the different farm machinery and post-harvest facilities. Most of the farmers
used farm tractors in tilling the land in all kind of crops particularly in wide areas. There were 27 unit
of farm tractor, three unit came from the Department of Agriculture (DA) which were granted one
unit to Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology (MinSCAT), one unit to Oriental
Mindoro Agricultural Experimentation Station (ORMAES) both at barangay Alcate and one unit to
the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Victoria were all farmer can avail the services provided by its
policy. There were 23 units which were privately owned by big land owners from 10 barangay.

Likewise, hand tractors were used in rice production-lowland & irrigated areas. Operationally 451
units were found in 25 rice producing barangay and privately owned by individual rice farmer. One
unit with complete accessories was given to San Juan Nepomuceno Farmers Association at
barangay San Juan through counter parting scheme. As of now, minimal farmer used animals in
their crop production. Draft animals were commonly used by marginal farmers in their corn and
vegetable production.
Harvesting of rice is usually takes when 80% of panicles turn to yellow in color. Cutting and filing
were manually done through contract (pakyaw); daily (arawan) and percentage (honusan) system of
sharing. But now, this system has change due to the trend of using harvesters. Axial flow rice
thresher was usually used in 25 barangay with the total of 256 units. The decreased in the number
of the rice thresher can be observed because of the trend of combine harvesters in the municipality
as its advantage take by the farmers.
On the other hand, corn is ready to harvest when the husk of ear is fully dried. It is also manually
done through honusan system of sharing. Since only two barangay raised corn production, two unit
of Corn Sheller were provided - one unit was operated and owned by private individual and one
operated by Cooperative which was granted by the DA.

Table 3 Existing Agricultural Support Facilities and Services, Year 2014

Post Harvest Facilities And Support


Services
Milling
MPDP

Mechanical Drier

Flatbed Drier

Location

Number

15 barangay
24 barangay

37
85

BagongBuhay

Macatoc
Mabini
San Isidro
San Narciso
Babangonan
Sub-total

2
1
1
1
4
15

Alcate

Urdaneta
Mabini
Pob.3
Sub-total

1
2
1
7
256

Type/
Capacity

Remarks
Operational
Operational

100 bag
per load

Operational

-do-do-do-do-do-

Operational
Need Repair
Operational
Operational
Operational

100 bag
per load
-do-do-do35-40
bag/hour

Operational
Operational
Operational
Operational
Operational & need
repair

Rice Thresher

24 barangay

Farm Tractor

BagongBuhay

Operational

Alcate
Macatoc
Mabini

3
7
4

Operational
Operational
Operational

San Narciso
Urdaneta

2
1

Operational
Operational

Hand Tractor

Corn Sheller

Market Center
Warehouse

Babangonan

Leido
San Juan
Poblacion IV
Sub-total

5
1
1
27

24 barangay

451

Operational
Operational
Operational
Operational
Operational
Operational & need
repair

Bagong Buhay

25 to 30
bag/hour

Operational

Alcate

20
bag/hour

Operational

Sub-total
Pob.1
Macatoc
Sub-total

2
2
1
3

Operational
Operational
Operational

44

Operational

29
16

Operational
Operational

175

Operational

11 barangay

4-wheel tractor
Combine harvester
Water pump
Source: Municipal Agriculture Office, 2014

Rice Production
San Narciso with 4,011 metric tons has the highest production of rice among 25 barangays of the
municipality. As to non-irrigated, Alcate has the highest production of rice at 1,128 MT production.
Table 4 shows that the irrigated farm is more productive compare to non-irrigated.
Table 4 Rice Area and Production per Barangay, 2014

Barangay

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Alcate
Antonino
Babangonan
BagongBuhay
Bambanin
Bethel
Canaan
Doungan
Leido
Mabini
Macatoc
Malabo
Merit
Ordovilla
Pakyas
Pob.1
Pob.2
Pob.3
Pob.4

Irrigated
(Area)

Irrigated
(MT)
2,028.0
1,208.0
1,316.0
1,060.0
465.0
895.0
1,660.0
1,566.0
2,253.0
2,870.0
3,110.0
3,140.0
466.0
995.0
1,233.0
1,288.0
766.0
979.0
707.58

NonIrrigated
(Area)

NonIrrigated
(MT)
1128.0
87.0
1,072.0
24.0
31.0
26.0
87.0
58.5
89.0
739.3
1,035.0
160.0
159.0
27.0
91.5

Total(MT)
3,156.0
1,295.0
2,388.0
1,084.0
496.0
921.0
1,747.0
1,624.5
2,342.0
2,870.0
3,849.3
4,175.0
466.0
995.0
1,233.0
1,448.0
925.0
1,006.0
799.1

20
21
22
23
24
25

San Gabriel
San Gelacio
San Juan
San Narciso
Urdaneta
Villa Cerveza
TOTAL

4,565.0

911.0
365.0
1,834.0
4,011.0
3,297.0
715.0
39,999.6

12.0
17.0
93.0
98.7
1,125.0
38.3
6,198.2

804.0

5,369.00

923.0
382.0
1,927.0
4,109.7
4,422.0
753.3
46,155.4

Source: Municipal Agriculture Office, 2014

Fruit Trees Production


As the table shows below, Bagong Silang has the highest production of calamansi and sentoris.
Calamansi has the highest volume of production among other fruits in the municipality. Lanzones has
the highest production at Loyal with 1,614 metric tons. Ordovilla has the highest production of
rambutan at 999 MT. Among 32 barangays, San Cristobal, Ordovilla and Villa Cerveza produced
almost hundred of metric tons of different fruits.

Table 5 Fruit Trees Area and Production (Metric Tons) per Barangay, 2014

Barangay

Calamansi

Sentoris

Lanzones

Rambutan

Other Fruit Trees


Mango, Abui,
Mangosteen, Durian

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Alcate
Antonino
Bagong Buhay
Bagong Silang
Bambanin
Bethel
Canaan
Concepcion
Leido
Loyal

11

Macatoc

12

Merit

13

Ordovilla

14

Pakyas

15

Pob.3

16

Sampaguita

17

San Antonio

18

San Cristobal

Area

Production

Area

97.00
42.00
18.00
48.00
16.00
9.00
23.00
28.50
21.00
145.00
21.
00
57.
00
55.
00
28.0
0
9.
00
53.
00
41.
00
23.
50

990.00
1,406.60
50.00
2,334.00
41.00
980.00
8.00
6.00
110.00
1,509.40

99.00
106.60
5.00
433.00
4.00
98.00
8.00
6.00
116.00
208.00

Production

563.00
59.50
21.00
1,104.00
34.00
5.00
10.50
113.00
935.00
1,044.00

6.00

Area

Production

Area

Producti
on

55.00
114.15
6.00
35.00
23.00
25.00
8.00
111.00
153.00
244.00

550.00
1,314.00
66.00
1,135.00
29.00
25.00
29.00
364.00
126.70
1,614.00

49.00
79.00
2.00
31.00
51.00
17.50
7.00
54.00
120.00
30.00

949.00
579.00
336.00
410.00
519.00
170.00
79.00
740.00
630.00
720.00

159.00
38.25
32.00
15.00
8.00
12.00

882.00
381.00
899.00
175.00
26.00
29.00

130.00
102.50
80.00

365.00
180.50
702.00

36.00

41.00

27.00

287.00

8.00

89.50

Area

Production

30.00

95.00

881.00

24.00

1,269.00

50.00

999.00

23.75

780.75

95.00

44.50

13.00

38.00

53.00

100.00

335.00

130.00

757.00

14.00

65.00

923.00

5.00

29.00

2.00

21.00

65.00

150.00

56.00

41.00

550.00

28.00

338.00

28.00

168.00

1,108.00

200.00

469.00

54.00

173.00

111.00

148.00

50.00

360.25

498.00

1,070.00

50.00

620.00

25.00

567.00

1,100.00

19

San Isidro

20

San Gabriel

21

San Gelacio

22

San Narciso

23

Villa Cerveza
Total

24.
50
48.
00
23.
00
4.5
0
49.
00
884.00

167.00

57.00

925.00

21.00

876.00

157.41

546.00

103.00

703.00

15.00

21.00

1.00

6.00

12.00

34.00

15.50

23.00

12.00

20.00

20.00

46.00

27.00

340.00

60.00

380.00

40.00

623.00

11,304.00

1,488.56

7,216.00

1,666.56

8,032.30

987.0
0

8,986.
00

1,004.1
8

7,608.00

623.00

1.00

Source: Municipal Agriculture Office, 2014


Industrial Crops Area Production
Industrial crops such as the fruits belong to the table below and other crops were most likely found at Alcate. Coconut has
the highest production among other industrial crops with 1178.78 metric tons of production for 2014. Pineapple has the
lowest volume of production among the industrial crops.

Table 6 Industrial Crops Area and Production (Metric Tons) per Barangay, 2014

Industrial Crops
#

Barangay

Banana
Area

Coconut

Production

Alcate

70.5

155.85

Antonino

26.5

33.65

Babangonan

Area

177.50
26.50

Coffee/Cacao

Productio
n

215.50
26.50

BagongBuhay

14

7.50

BagongSilang

2.00

Bambanin

45.75

20.50

Bethel

17.5

27.50

Canaan

25

31.00

Concepcion

30

89.00

1
0

Leido

1.5

2.50

1.38

1.50

11

Loyal

36.75

125.50

138.80

151.50

14.50
2.50
76.76
17.50

50.00

Other Crops

14.00
2.00
69.30

Area

90.0
0
4.0
0
5.0
0
7.50
1.00

Productio
n

80.90
13.00

5.00
6.00
0.50

Pineapple
Area

9.00
4.00

Productio
n

10.00
1.00

5.00
2.00
1.00

1.5
0

1.00
-

7.00

3.00

0.25
0.25
3.00

Area

58.0
0
0.5
0
1.00
45.0
0
1.5
0

Production

325.00
8.00

1.50
5.50

331.00
20.00

5.00

3.5
0

30.00

0.5
0

2.00

2.50

Root Crops
Area

78.0
0
5.50

Production

350.00
5.00

1.00

10.50

19.50

141.76

Vegetable

3.75

25.0
0
5.50
8.25

8.0
5
5.5
0
44.0
0

95.00
25.00
12.00

5.00
3.00
250.00

1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5

Macatoc
Malabo
Merit

1.00

Ordovilla

29.00

Pakyas

30

18.00

Pob.3

15

23.00

Sampaguita

32

40.00

San Antonio

13.00

San Cristobal
San Isidro
San Gabriel
San Gelacio

45.00
10.50
16.00
5.00

100.50

65.00
30.00

30.00

117.00

52.00

5.00

5.00

130.00

30.00

40.0
0
40.0
0

3.00
13.0
0
20.0
0

4.50
10.00

1.00
4.00

Total

88.53

6.0
0

7.00

2.0
0

0.50
20.00

23.00
14.0
0

3.00
7.00

4.00
4.00

20.00

1.00

13.00

7.00

6.00

15.00

1.50

1.00

11.45
3.00

30.00

8.00
6.00
2.00

13.00
39.00
86.00

120.00

26.00

10.0
0

23.00

3.00

15.00
5.0
0

5.00

5.00

San Narciso
Villa Cerveza

17.0
0

9.00
1.00

1.00
8.50

7.00
440.8
0

836.
00

107.00

7.00
689.9
4

1,178.8
0

10.0
0
56.
10

27.00
193.9
0

5.00
43.7
0

98.0
0

11.00

13.00
178.
00

872.5
0

3.5
0
33.50
270.
25

Source: Municipal Agriculture Office, 2014

Livestock and Poultry Production


The people of municipality of Victoria are also knowledgeable on livestock and poultry farms. In fact,
aside from the crops, majority of its folks depend to this as source of their income. Table 6 shows
that Swine has the highest value among other livestock and poultry animals. Most numbered folks
of Victoria raised pigs for its good benefits.

Table 6 Existing Livestock and Poultry Farms, Year 2014

Type
Livestock
*Carabao
*Cattle
*Swine
Poultry
*Mallard Duck
*Broiler

Barangay

Classification

Production
Volume
Value

Product Market
Local
Export

32
27
32

Farm
Backyard
Backyard

1,037.00
667.00
5,271.00

31,110,000.00
20,010,000.00
21,761,600.00

21
27

Backyard
Backyard

4,486.00
5,151.00

44,860.00
1,236,240.00

1.00
130.00
942.0
0

Native Chicken
Game Fowl

32
27

Backyard
Backyard

9,931.00
1,786.00

993,100.00
267,900.00

Source: MAO

6 Fisheries and Aquaculture


Since Victoria is surrounded of some watershed, Victoreos know how to fish and how to improve
its production for the benefits of the community. As some of the barangays were near on the Naujan
Lakes, they produced large number of fish production for local and export purposes with a great
value.

Table 7 Fishing Ground and Aquaculture Production, Year 2014

Fishing Ground

Barangay

Production
Volume
MT

Product Market
Value

Local

Export

Inland
1. River
2. Lakes

3. Fish Cages
4. Fishpond

18
barangays
Bambanin

180.0
0
235.00

12,600,000.0
0
16,450,000.00

Doungan

80.00

5,600,000.00

Leido

150.00

10,500,000.00

Merit

75.00

5,250,000.00

Malabo

175.00

12,250,000.00

San Narciso

50.00

3,500,000.00

Urdaneta

1.40

98,000.00

Bethel

0.10

7,000.00

Pakyas
16
barangays

1.00

70,000.00

3.31

231,700.00

Source: MAO

Forestry Production
Since Victoria is located as having undulating land features ranging from rolling to hilly to
mountainous areas, it is therefore, production of forestry could be observed. The table below shows
that only the watershed areas in the municipality could be found at Villa Cerveza with an area of
780.9273 hectares.
Table 8 Area and Location of Forest Land by Sub-Category and Primary Used, 2014

Category
A. Production Forest
1. Timber Production (Natural)
2. Timber Production (plantation)
3. Agro Forest
4. Pasture/Grazing Land
5. Mineral Areas

Location

Villa Cerveza

Area

(Has.)

9.5378

6. Watershed Areas

Villa Cerveza

780.9273

7. Community-Based Forest Management Areas


8. Other Especial Uses (tourism, fish
farms/Ponds)
Sub-Total

Alcate & Loyal

547.8100

1,338.2751

B. Protection Forest
1. NIPAS Areas

NLNP

3,119.0000

2. Non-NIPAS Areas

Sub-Total

31,119.0000

GRAND TOTAL

32,457.2751

Source: Community Environment & Natural Resources Officer/Provincial


Environment and Natural Resources Officer (CENRO/PENRO)
Production forests refer to all forest lands not classified as protection forests. These forests are devoted mainly for the
production of forest product (both timber and non-timber) and other services.

Agricultural Occupation
Most of the Victoreos from both urban and rural areas are engaged in agriculture. These
agricultural engagements are primarily categorized as farming of different crops, livestock and
poultry raising. Farm workers who are engaged in different agricultural activities were the primary
occupation in agricultural industry with the percentage of 27, followed by Farmer (24.86%), next
with orchard farmers (19.20%) and livestock raisers (14.79%) which is considered as major
occupation. Minor agricultural occupation were Plant grower (vegetable .4%), crop famer (2.7%),
fisherman 2.6%), poultry farmers (2.2%,) inland water fisheries (1.1%) Other animal producer
(0.46%) Other farm workers (0.26) and ornamentals (0.07).
Table 9 Major & Minor Agricultural Occupation/Groups in Urban & Rural Areas, Year 2014

Major and Minor


Occupation Groups
Farmers

Location

Urban

Rural

Total

32 barangays

395.00

2372.00

2767.00

Farmworkers

-do-

458.00

2556.00

3014.00

Fishermen

-do-

293.00

293.00

Crop Farmer

-do-

10.00

295.00

305.00

Orchard Farmers

-do-

65.00

2073.00

2138.00

Ornamentals & Other

-do-

3.00

5.00

8.00

Plant Grower (vegetable)

-do-

134.00

351.00

485.00

Livestock

-do-

188.00

1459.00

1647.00

32 barangay

12.00

247.00

259.00

-do-

10.00

42.00

52.00

32 barangay

103.00

133.00

-do-

30.00

30.00

9826.00

11131.00

Poultry Farmers
Other Animal Producer
Inland Waters Fishermen
Other Farm Workers Not Elsewhere
Classified
Total

1305.00
Source: MAO/PAGO

The table 10 shows that the CARPable land covered of Victoria were composed of 28 barangays
with a total area of 1,372.9104 hectares and 1,052 beneficiaries. Likewise, Agrarian Reform
communities (ARCs) has three barangays with a total land area of 2,023.4967 with 742
beneficiaries. As a whole, there are a total of 31 barangays with land area of 3,396.4071 hectares

and 1,794 beneficiaries. Only Poblacion 1 among 32 barangays of Victoria was not covered by
Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program
Table 10 Agrarian Related Concern, 2010

Concerns
A. CARPable Lands
1. Covered

Location/Barangay

Babangonan
BagongBuhay
BagongSilang
Bambanin
Bethel
Canaan
Concepcion
Doungan
Leido
Loyal
Mabini
Macatoc
Malabo
Merit
Ordovilla
Pakyas
Pob.II
Pob.III
Pob.IV
Sampaguita
San Antonio
San Cristobal
San Gabriel
San Gelacio

Area (has.)

10.7
1
170,356.0
0
14.8
7
51.9
2
2.2
5
46.7
2
131.8
8
14.8
9
202.8
7
66.5
5
23.3
5
42.2
1
38.3
1
42.5
1
42.8
0
46.5
6
4.0
0
30.76
8.6
4
17.7
5
117.15
41.4
8
44.8
0
22.2
5

No. of
FarmerBeneficiaries
9
10
9
29
3
27
110
15
129
41
19
25
35
33
34
44
2
26
5
16
66
19
32
28

San Isidro
San Juan
San Narciso
Urdaneta
Total
B. Agrarian Reform Communities
(ARCs)

Alcate
Antonino
Villa Cerveza
Total

23.5
6
35.11
143.2
5
88.7
2
1,372.9
1
1,543.0
1
1,274,467.00
353.0
4
2,023.5
0
3,396.4
1

66
46
82
62
1,052
410
115
217
742
1,794

Source: MAO/MARO, 2010

As table 11 shows the related agricultural projects, that will be resulting to the municipality as having
a great opportunity for the increase production of its all agricultural activities.
Table 11 Agriculture Related Projects Approved/Funded for Implementation. Year
2015
Name and
Type of
Project

Farm to
Market Road
(FMR)

Location
Sampaguita-BagongSilang San
Gabriel- Antonino
Bethel-Doungan-Leido-Pakyas
Antonino-BagongSilang
Compra-MaroyroyPamintahan
Sampaguita,Bagong,Silang, San
Gabriel, Antonino, Ordovilla,
Loyal- Macatoc
Maroyroy-Macatoc
San Juan-Macatoc
Mabini-Babangonan
San Juan-Ordovilla
Pakyas-Canaan
Murangan-Alcate- Loyal
Merit-Conception
Pakyas-Leido-Doungan

Communal
Irrigation
System (CIS)
Post Harvest
Facilities

Villa Cerveza-Alcate
Murangan
Macatoc
Mabini
BagongBuhay
Pob.4

Type

Proponent
(Govt.
Private
Other)

Estimated
Start Date

Estimated
Date of
Completion

October
2014

December
2014

Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation
Construction
Construction
Construction
Paving
New
Generated
Restoration
-do-do-do
MPDP
MPDP

Community
Seed
Banking

Merit
Malabo
Macatoc
San Narciso
San Juan
BagongBuhay

MPDP
MPDP
Flat bed drier
-do-do-do-

25 Rice producing barangays

Distribution of
registered
palay

June 2014

Dec. 2014

Every before start of


cropping season

27 fruit trees producing brgy.


Source LGU,MAO,DA,BFAR,BSWM,NIA etc.

Farming System
With the continuing information and education campaign of the Department of Agriculture, the
Provincial Government of Oriental Mindoro and the Municipal Government of Victoria and
with the support of the rural-based organizations, the farming systems of the farming
communities now gradually are changing from conventional farming into natural farming
system accounted to about thirty percent of farmers involved.
This is manifested by
the organization of different natural farmers association in the municipality and clamors to undergo
natural farming systems training.
Victoria is classified under type II of the PAGASA climatic condition, which has pronounced
wet (April to September) and dry (October to March) seasons but sometimes rains are
st
evenly distributed throughout the year. Victoria just like any other municipalities of the 1 District
of Oriental Mindoro is already experiencing the effects of so called climate change and global
warming.
The Department of Agriculture in coordination with the Municipal Agriculture Office is consistently
introducing different farming systems which can easily be adopted by the farmers to increase
crop production and income through Farmers Field School, Palay Check System, Crop
Intensification and Diversification and introduction of Climate Change and Global Warming
adaptive crop varieties including provision of farm mechanization and seed banking
establishment.
Commerce and Trade
Table 12 shows the inventory of commercial areas located at the Municipality of Victoria.
There are eleven locations/ barangay considered as commercial areas.
Table 12 Commercial Areas in the Municipality, 2014

Market Catered
Types of Commercial Area

Location

Area(in sq.m)

Local (w/in the


Municipality

Outside the
Municipality

Commercial Business District


Public Market new

Pob. 1

20,000.00

Public Market-old

Pob.1

10,000.00

Macatoc

1,000.00

Mabini

200.00

Leido

1,000.00

Public Market
Commercial Strips/Talipapa

Bethel

300.00

Babangonan

200.00

Alcate

450.00

San Isidro

200.00

4,372.00

Pob. II

Note: Commercial areas included:


Commercial Business District (CBD)

Public market

Commercial strips/talipapa (wet/dry neighborhood commercial center)

Commercial complex ( range of dry goods store, boutique shops, recreational/ entertainment
establishments and service shops such as food chain branches/ establishments)

Malls (with department stores, supermarket and various shops in one building)

Other type
The recorded 11 commercial areas increased its location from 2007 to 2014. Table 6.22 shows the
figure and its remarks. During 2007, the Alcate has the highest commercial area among others and
on 2014, Poblacion I got a highest increased or expansion which is 5,6130 from 3.26 has.
Table 13 Historical Data on Commercial Areas, 2014

Commercial Areas (in has)


Location
Poblacion I
Poblacion II
Poblavion III
Poblacion IV
Babagonan
Macatoc
San Isidro
Leido
Mabini
Alcate
Bethel

2007
3.260
0.364
1.453
0.100
0.760
0.502
0.020
0.102
0.020
4.523
1.250

2014
5.613
0.437
1.332
0.105
0.800
0.500
0.020
0.100
0.020
4.788
1.290

%
increase/decrease
Decrease
Increase
Decrease
Increase
Increase
Decrease
Decrease
Decrease
Increase
Increase
Increase

1. Source: LGU Business Permits Department/ Primary Survey


2. Note: LGU may opt to present 5-year interval data for the last 5 to 10 years
3. Number of business Permits Issued by Type, Y1-Y2
4. Inventory of commercial Establishment by economic Activities, Y1-Y2
On 2013 and 2014, Wholesale and Retail Trade has most numbered of establishment and
employment. For both years, there was an increase on its numbers. It was followed by those who
are engaged in hotels and restaurants, transport and storage business.

Table 14 Inventory of Commercial Establishment and Employment By


Economic Activities, 2013 and 2014
2013
Economic Activities

No. of
Establishmen
t

No. of
Employmen
t

No. of
Establishmen
t

349
120
5
26
5
9
42
556

713
245
10
53
10
18
86
1135

441
155
6
32
7
13
80
734

Wholesale and Retail Trade


Hotel and Restaurants, Transport and Storage
Communication
Financial Intermediation
Real Estate Renting and Business Activities
Education, Health and Social Work
Other Community, Social and Personal Services Activities
TOTAL

%Inc./Dec. Over
Previous Year

2014
No. of
Employment

No. of
Establishmen
t

799
269
13
66
14
47
163
1371

Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase

No. of
Employment

Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase
Increase

Source: Municipal Mayors Office

As to employment concern of those different types of business in the municipality, there is about
more than 13 million pesos that serve as the revenue for 2014. Wholesale trade and retail got the
highest revenue with its employment of 799.
Table 15 Employment by Type/Classification/Type Of Business and Trade, 2014
Type/Classification
Kind of Business and Trade

No. of

Revenue

Employment

(in peso)

Wholesale and Retail Trade

799

7,912,652.47

Hotel and Restaurants, Transport and Storage

269

2,663,959.34

Communication

13

128,741.53

Financial Intermediation

66

653,610.85

Real Estate Renting and Business Activities

14

138,644.73

Education, Health and Social Work

47

465,450.15

163

1,641,220.72

1,371

13,577,279.81

Other Community, Social and Personal Services Activities


TOTAL
Source: Municipal Mayors Office/Municipal Treasurers Office

Most of the barangays of Victoria have a great number of sari-sari store. There were 734
commercial and business establishments in the municipality of Victoria.
Table 16 Inventory of Commercial and Business Establishments per Barangay, 2014

1. Poblacion I

B/
S
A
G
R
I
P
R
O
26 1 23 D
7

2. Poblacion II

14

Barangay

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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.

Poblacion III
19
Poblacion IV
11
Babangonan
15
Mabini
16
Urdaneta
6
San Narciso
8
San Gabriel
7
Ordovilla
11
San Juan
13
Sampaguita
9
San Antonio
13
San Isidro
18
Duongan
8
Macatoc
23
Antonino
14
Alcate
21
Villa Cerveza
6
Bagong Buhay 4
Bagong Silang 8
Malabo
11
San Gelacio
4
Bethel
6
Canaan
7
Pakyas
7
San Cristobal
2
Leido
9
Bambanin
3
Merit
4
Concepcion
4
Loyal
6
333
Total
Grand Total

3 2 2
3 2
2 4 2
3

1 1 2
1
2 2 2

1 1
1

1
2

1
1
1
3

2
1
1
1 1

2
5 6

3 2

2 2 1
1

1 1
1
1 1 1
1
4

1
1
1

1 2

1
1
1

1
2

2
1
1
16 58 16 3 9 7 15 5 3 1 5 8 2 12 5 4 1 12 1 4 18 8 8 15 37 21 11 96
734

Source: Municipal Mayors Office

Table 17 shows the existing programs and plans for Commerce and Trade of the municipality as of
2014. Implementations of the said projects are based on the target output of Municipal and
Provincial AIP and other concerned agencies/offices.
Table 17 Existing Programs And Plans for Commerce and Trade, 2014
Programs/
Projects *

Location

Budget
Allocation

Schedule of
Implementation

Source: Interview with MPDC, Peoples Economic Council (PEC)

Industry
Manufacturing and Processing Industry

Funding
Sources

Implementing
Agency/ies

There is a potential to establish manufacturing and processing industry


in
the
municipality considering its proximity to the commercial center. The most common is rice
milling wherein the agricultural sector, it was reported that there are 38 rice mills, located
at the 16 barangays of the municipality. Another is hollow blocks making due to abundance of
sand from the major river system in the municipality though it was observed that it is still
insufficient for the demand of the Victoreos.
Mining and Quarrying
Although Victoria has a potential areas for mining, majority of the communities of the
municipality are against the operation of mining. A number of Victoreos were aware already of
its ill effects on the environment.
Handicrafts Industries
The municipality has a potential to develop handicrafts because of the common raw materials
available such as coconut, bamboo and tambo.
The data below shows the existing industrial establishment and its production in the municipality.
Table 18 Existing Industrial Establishments by Manufacturing/Industrial Process; Raw Materials Input; Production
and Markets 2014

Name of Industrial

Manufacturing

Establishment/Product

Industrial
Processes

Raw material
Material

Furniture

Good

Gramco Food Products

Making
Food
Processing

Lumber
Coconut
Fruit

Pakyas RIC

Calamansi
Juice
Processing

Calamansi

Masculino Woodcraft

Sugar
Coconut,
Pakyas RIC
Coco Jam
Sugar
Source: LGU Business Permits Department/Primary Survey

Sources

Production

Product
market

Product

Local

Locally

Furnitures

Locally

Nata
De coco

Locally

Calamansi
Juice

Locally

Coco Jam

Tourism
The Provincial Physical Framework Plan (PPFP) of Oriental Mindoro has identified Victoria as
ideal for eco-tourism development. Table 19 shows the list of the municipality's tourist
destinations, their location, and ownership. There is however no data available on visitors arrival.
Table 19 Local Tourist Destination

Tourist Spots
Location

Name of Tourist
Establishment/D
estinations

Area
(has.)

Type of
Attraction

Macatoc

Madriaga Villa
Verde Resort

0.100

Inland
Resort
Recreational

Poblacion 2

Triple L
Swimming Pool

0.125
4.000

Inland
Resort
Recreational

Poblacion 2

Villa Bautista
Resort

1.430

Inland
Resort
Recreational

Babangonan

Genetas
Swimming Pool

.2.000

Inland
Resort
Recreational

Resorts

Facilities
2 Swimming
Pools, Hotel,
Function Hall,
Comfort Rooms,
Playing Area,
Cottages
3 Swimming Pool,
Hotel, Function
Hall, Comfort
Rooms, Cottages
2 Swimming Pool,
Hotel, Function
Hall, Comfort
Rooms, Playing
Area, Cottages
2 Swimming Pool,
Hotel, Comfort
Rooms, Playing
Area, Cottages

Ownership

Private
sector

Private
sector

Private
sector

Private
Sector

Bambanin
Duongan
Lake
Merit
Malabo
Naujan Lake
Leido
San Narciso
Urdaneta
Source: Municipal Tourism Office
The tourism facilities of Victoria are located at the urban barangays. These support facilities could
be reached mostly through the Tricycle Operation & Drivers Association (TODA) and Victoria
Operators, Drivers & Commuters Organization (VODACO).
Table 20 Existing Tourism Support Facilities and Services per barangay, 2014

Barangay

Accommodation

Restaurant

Travel
Agencies
Offices

Transport
Services

RCA
Kitchenette

Tricycle
Operation &
Drivers
Association
(TODA)

Marasigan's
Eatery

Tricycle
Operation &
Drivers
Association
(TODA)
Tricycle
Operation &
Drivers
Association
(TODA)

Poblacion 1

Triple R
Refreshments

Victoria
Operators,
Drivers &
Commuters
Organization
(VODACO)
(Victoria
Terminal)

Triple L
Swimming Pool
Poblacion 2

Macatoc

Babangonan

Babangonan

Tri-Lunch
Restaurant

RORO Bus
Terminal

Villa Bautista
Resort

Tricycle
Operation &
Drivers
Association
(TODA)

Madriaga Villa
Berde Resort

Tricycle
Operation &
Drivers
Association
(TODA)

Genetas
Swimming Pool

Tricycle
Operation &
Drivers
Association
(TODA)

Vilmas
Kambingan

Tricycle
Operation &
Drivers
Association
(TODA)

Source: Municipal Tourism Office

Madriaga Villa Verde Resort


Located at Macatoc, an inland resort catering recreational activities for both young and adult
Victoreos. It is about 6 kilometers away from the poblacion area.
Naujan Lake
Naujan Lake is located 38 kilometers south of Calapan. Two hundred feet at its deepest point,
this 80 square mile lake offers sanctuary to water fowls, whistling ducks, bats, purple heron,
monkeys, Philippine crocodile, sail pinned lizard, swampoon, cattle egret, common grebe and
the Philippine Mallard Duck. The largest freshwater lake in the province, Naujan Lake,
supplies the province and mainland Luzon with delectable freshwater fishes such as
"banak", "simbad", and "banglis" - all gourmets delight. It also has three islets in its southern
part that were presumably turned loose from the nearby mountains by volcanic eruption.
Villa Bautista Resort
It is known for its swimming pools located at Poblacion II. Accommodation area is also available
Function hall or meting area are also provided for government and private use.
Triple L Swimming Pool
Located at the nautical highway, owned by the Malaluan Family. This tourist destination is offering
accommodations and venue for some occasions.
Genetas Swimming Pool
One of the newest established pool in the municipality located at Brgy. Babangonan. Facilities are
under construction to cater different recreational services.
With Victorias Tourism Support Facilities, all the potential tourist destinations in the municipality
could be explored by the local community and other interested people.
Cultural activities include Kapakyanan Festival and Town Fiesta. Kapakyanan which usually
celebrated during September 18 and Town Fiesta on October 15. During the Kapakyanan Festival,
showcase of talent were usually incorporated the fruits available in the municipality. It is considered
as one of the tourist attraction of the municipality. Since Victoria is known as the fruit basket of the
province, the fruits of the municipality were yearly displayed in a form of parade. On the other hand,
Town Fiesta unleashes the potentials of the Victoreos in sports, academic and other cultural
aspect.
Table 21 Cultural & Tourism Activities/Festival

Activity
KAPAKYANAN Festival
Town Fiesta

Frequency of Activity
Yearly
Yearly

Duration of Activity
7-10 days
7-15 days

Source: Municipal Tourism Office

As the Municipality of Victoria is known with its developing rivers for tourist attractions, most of the
barangays are aware about the importance of their protection area.
Table 22 Potential Tourist attraction in the locality.

Potential Attraction

Barangay
Bambanin

Lake

Within Forest
Land (Area in has.)
Protection Area ( 3.0000 has.)

Within A&D Lands


(Area in. has)

Doungan
Merit
Malabo
Leido
San Narciso
Urdaneta
Loyal
Villa Cerveza
Sampaguita
Poblacion 3
Poblacion 4
San Cristobal
Pakyas
San Antonio
Bethel
San Gelacio

Lake
Lake
Lake
Lake/Century Tree
Lake
Lake
Mountain lake, Forest, Falls,
Mountain
Water Falls and rivers
Malayas Rivers and Mountains
Malayas Rivers
River

Protection Area
Protection Area
Protection Area
Protection Area
Protection Area
Protection Area

(2.0000 has.)
(3.0000 has.)
(4.0000 has.)
(4.0000 has.)

Protection Area (1.3048 has.)


Protection Area (5.7500 km length)
21.2 km. length

Fruit Orchard
Fruit Orchard
Hanging Bridge, River

9.47 km (Length)
0.840 has.
0.248 has.
60 meters length

Jordan River

3.47 km length

Source: Municipal Tourism Office

Income, Labor and Employment


According to the consolidated and estimated report of the Provincial Public Employment
and Service Office (PESO) per municipality, Victoria has an employment rate of 92.5
percent, underemployment of 19.5 percent and unemployment rate 0f 7.5 percent. This
was based on the participation of the labor force from age 15 and above.