Partners in research for development - from farm to market
ACIAR's Partners Magazine, Summer 2005-06 edition features stories on project activities in the Philippines.
Culture based fisheries are an effective way of increasing supplies of fish in rural areas.
This is a companion volume to Biological Control of Weeds: Southeast Asian Prospects (Waterhouse 1994)
This book describes a participatory approach used by development workers in Southeast Asia to help smallholders integrate forages onto their farms.
Results of a study to research the effectiveness of three participatory extension methods for scaling out forage and livestock technologies to new villages
This book describes a process to select safer pesticides and to improve the management of pesticide use.
This book and the accompanying CD draw together information from a number of sources to describe the state of research and development on worm control in Asia and the Pacific
Aquaculture of freshwater species in the Mekong regions of Cambodia, Vietnam, Lao PDR and Thailand is an important source of protein and income for small-scale land owners
The availability of water and water quality are major concerns for everyone
Over the past decade rodents have emerged as significant agricultural pests throughout Southeast Asia
Livestock diseases cause enormous losses through death and decreased production impacting directly on food secur