Misamis Oriental, Philippines

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Mangrove plantation in Barra, Opol, Misamis Oriental
Mangrove forests cover 24 hectares in Opol, El Salvador, Alubijid, and Magsaysay. Potential mangrove area planted to Bacauan covers 90 hectares.

The forest vegetation in Misamis Oriental is classified into 1) virgin and old growth, 2) residual and young growth, 3) mossy, 4) mangrove, 5) brushlands, 6) plantation and 7) areas cultivated under the Integrated Social Forest Program (ISFP). Dipterocarp species abound in old and second growth forests; most common are Philippine mahogany such as Red and White Lauan.
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Main information from Department of Trade and Industry-Misamis Oriental.