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Gabi or taro is one of the most imperative root crops in the Philippines

Gabi or taro is one of the most imperative root crops in the Philippines. Despite its widespread development, this root crop is usually planted in regions not really suitable for its culture since staple food (i.e., rice and corn) and vegetables are much given priority in terms of occupying good production areas. Even though gabi can grow in major and minor areas, it can grow normally and produce well if it is cultivated in more suitable areas with the right soil and rainfall that is needed by the taro crop.
The taro crop is best planted in wide variety of soils either upland (dryland) or lowland (wetland). The term upland refers to the production of the crop under the condition of non-flooding. While lowland