Latest publications

ACIAR produces a diverse range of publications to capture and share the results and experience gained through our research partnerships. Our latest publications are featured here. Limited hard copies are available for select publications.

Please contact our publishing team with your queries or requests about our publications.

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Improving soil and water management and crop productivity of dryland agriculture systems of Aceh and NSW - Final report

Final report for a project aimed at increasing the crop yields of dryland farmers in Aceh to help them make a better living.
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Sandalwood Regional Forum

This publication is targeted at practitioners, extension agents, researchers, policy makers and industry representatives across the Asia–Pacific region, but the knowledge and lessons gained from the forum also contribute to improved management of the sandalwood resource at farm, community and policy levels.
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Adoption of ACIAR project outputs 2020

This report is the 15th and final report of our Adoption Studies series. It documents the adoption results for 4 ACIAR-supported projects completed in 2014–15. The studies involved 4 partner countries – Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos and India – and focused on projects addressing timber furniture production, climate adaptation strategies and animal production systems (cattle and pigs).

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Improving livelihoods in conflict-vulnerable areas

The facts of LIFE: An introduction to a new model of agricultural extension for conflict-vulnerable areas of the Philippine
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Sustainable intensification of maize-legume systems for food security in eastern and southern Africa (SIMLESA): Lessons and way forward

For almost a decade, ACIAR brokered and invested in an ambitious, multidisciplinary applied research program in eastern and southern Africa. This book is a synthesis of results and lessons, reflecting the hard work of more than 60 African and 15 international and Australian scientists.