Blaan upland rice farmers have their unique cultural resource management for seed selection, seed keeping and storage. Most farmers inherited their seeds from their family and forefathers. Some got their seeds through barter and labor payment, some from the Barangay Council and the UDP, some from seed exchanges among relatives living in another place.
|Fol, storage house and also for airing freshly harvested upland rice|
|Tidal, unique way of seed storage for next planting season|
|Coconut shell for storing very small quantity of rare upland rice varieties|
|Use of lihub, sacks, baen (baskets) and kalfilo (shoulder bag-like basket)|