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World Journal of Engineering Research and Technology

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RJ. P. Tungpalan, E. D. Galo*, G. B. Damian and MG. N. Semilla


Sweetpotato is a very resilient crop, needs plenty of sunshine, can tolerate drought to some extent but cannot survive water logging, on the other hand, storage roots are sensitive to changes in soil temperature, depending on the stage of its root development. Majority of the farm areas in sweetpotato production are lowland to hilly in which some of the farm lands are highly affected by flood, drought and erosion. Thus, there is a need to assess areas which are vulnerable to climate changes. Moreover, there is a need to evaluate possible suitable areas to meet the increasing demands in sweetpotato delicacies. To address this problem, identifying suitable sites for sweetpotato production and generating climate vulnerability maps could help farmers and local government units (LGU) to assess the proper use of different resource maps for decision making and planning. Five parameters (land use, soil type, groundwater, slope and road accessibility) were used in suitability assessment while the bioclimatic factors, hazards and the existing sweetpotato areas were used for the climate vulnerability analysis. Data were gathered from different agencies and field survey that was processed using MaxEnt and GIS software. Based on the result, majority of the municipality were suitable to highly suitable for sweetpotato production. On the other hand, climate vulnerability assessment shows that the effect climate and hazards to these areas was moderate to extremely vulnerable to these changes in the coming years.

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