The B'laan are another proto-Malayan indigenous group found mostly in Davao del Sur and South Cotabato. The B'laan adhere to sedentary form of agriculture and engage in other economic endeavors for their subsistence and development. Although many have adopted the ways of the modern Filipino and have been integrated into the main body politic, they still believe and practice their indigenous rituals and customs
The B'laan observe certain rituals in their planting cycle. In these rituals, they make offerings to their deities requesting for signs to know where to best make a clearing for a particular planting session.
The B'laan practice Sweden agriculture. They grow rice, corn, sugarcane, banana, papaya and other rootcrops. Some of the crops are used as barter commodities in exchange for tools and other utensils that they need