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Wednesday 1 January 1992
OUT OF PRINT Manipulation of the genetic composition of a plant via crossing and selection offers the opportunity for improvements in both yield and quality
Tuesday 31 December 1991
Much of sub-Saharan Africa is semi-arid and the burgeoning population depends heavily on small-scale dryland agriculture.
Tuesday 31 December 1991
OUT OF STOCK Newcastle disease (ND) is a widespread and important cause of loss in productivity of village poultry.
Tuesday 31 December 1991
Fast-growing acacias are being used to reforest degraded grasslands and cutover rainforest in the humid tropics
Tuesday 31 December 1991
Remote sensing is the interpretation of aerial photographs and electronic multispectral scanner (MSS) images in order to acquire information about the quantity, quality and distribution of...
Tuesday 31 December 1991
Proceedings of an ACIAR/AARD/QDPI collaborative review meeting held at Malang, East Java, Indones
Tuesday 31 December 1991
The red soils region of south central China has been the focus of recent research as it represents large areas of upland cropping and animal enterprises
Tuesday 31 December 1991
OUT OF STOCK Giant clams are a source of food and income for the people of the Indo-Pacific region
Monday 31 December 1990
Banana production, an important component of the island economies of the South Pacific, is threatened by the fungal leaf disease black Sigatoka
Monday 31 December 1990
These seminar proceedings report the results of ACIAR sponsored research which commenced in 1985
Monday 31 December 1990
OUT OF STOCK Australian acacias have received attention in recent years because they are proving suitable for reforestation projects in the tropics
Monday 31 December 1990
These proceedings review the resources available for achieving sustainable development of upland areas in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand, and examine some of the problems that must...

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