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Paraserianthes falcataria or “Falcata" is a fast-growing tree species.
Grown commercially in the Philippines particularly in Bislig or in Surigao del Sur eventually spreading to nearby provinces.
The industry has long started in Surigao prior to the operationalization of the Paper Industries Corporation of the Philippines (PICOP) in anticipation for the milling requirements of the company. Farmers of the area were at first reluctant to plant the tree, but later joined due to the disseminated prospects of the industry both by the government and the paper company. Henceforth, they ventured into tree farming and over the years, the said agricultural venture evolved into a full-blown sunrise pulpwood industry as it stands today.
What is sustainable development?
It starts at your home. The natural material that comes from Falcata is indeed very useful and one of the best gift we have ever received from nature. It can be transformed into many different products and are not a waste of money, time, and effort.
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