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The town falls under the fourth class/type of climate, which is characterized by more or less even distribution of rainfall throughout the year. In the monthly rainfall data, the heaviest rainfalls in the month of July, May, September June ,October and November.

From January to April, and during the month of August and December, Mlang experiences a dry season. However, the weather is calm and the climate is warm. Rainfall and sunshine make all kinds of vegetables grow anywhere, all year round. The prevailing wind direction is northwest.


M'lang is bounded on the North by the Municipality of Matalam, on the South by the Municipality of Tulunan, on the East by the Municipality of Makilala and Kidapawan and on the West by the Province of Maguindanao. It has a total land area of THIRTY EIGHT THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED TWENTY HECTARES (38,920 has.) sprawling on the widest plains of the country.

The town serves as a connecting link of the different neighboring towns and other provinces that passed through its territory. It is settled at the south-eastern part of the Province of Cotabato.

It is located adjacent-parallel with the Municipality of Matalam. The urban core is located at 6º57'00" latitude and 124º53'00" longitude.




The soil classification within and surrounding the different barangays of the municipality is generally of quelada sandy clay loam. Such soil type is so fine that cloud of dust are inevitable during dry season.

This type of soil is best suited for intensive crops like rice, corn, sugar cane, coconut, rubber and vegetable. Fruit trees are also abundantly growing in the area.



The whole municipality of Mlang is generally flat with a slope ranging from 0-3% throughout the entire area. Two big rivers such as the Mlang river and Malasila river criss-crossed the area from East to West where irrigation canals were constructed to convey water from the rivers to the service area or the paddy rice fields and excess water are being deposited in the Liguasan Marsh before it finally connects to the Rio Grande de Mindanao.

The two separate mountain ranges can be found in the Barangays of Pulanglupa and New Esperanza with an area of twenty (20) and twenty five (25) hectares more or less, respectively.

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