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Rodents are a major agricultural pest across much of Southeast Asia
Fisheries represent an important resource for the South Pacific
This publication examines the issues involved in the effective application of biotechnology in ACIAR-funded programs
This report describes results from industrial tree plantation research trials at Teluk Sirih on Pulau Laut, Kalimantan Selatan, Indonesia, where the performance of several eucalypts and acacia...
Salt-affected soils pose hazardous conditions for plant establishment
(Available electronically only) Water hyacinth is widely recognised as the world's worst aquatic weed.
The genesis of this book was a common concern on the lack of progress in rodent pest management over the past 20 years in both developing countries and elsewhere
Wheat in subtropical Asia is a potential minor crop although consistently high yields have not yet been achieved.
Shrimp farming expanded rapidly in Thailand and other countries in Asia in the early 1990s, but productivity plateaued and then went into decline
SCUAF is a computer model which predicts the effects on soils of specific land use systems under given environmental conditions.
This is a companion volume to Technical Report No 13 (a study of rainfed rice production in Antique Province, Philippines)
These proceedings are the culmination of a workshop held in Fiji in August 1993, and provide a background to the tuna baitfish industry as well as canvassing management issues, baitfish biology and...