Search our website from this page. Click on “Explore our projects” to browse or search ACIAR’s projects.
Search our site
The search found 1399 results in 0.006 seconds.
Small ruminants are important to the nations of tropical and subtropical Asia and the Pacific Islands, but their productivity is severely constrained by inadequate nutrition and gastrointestinal...
An assessment of the success and impact of ACIAR projects based on independent reviews of 111 ACIAR projects
In 1990, Bruce A Auld reviewed 71 independent assessments of ACIAR projects which had been undertaken between the time ACIAR was established in 1982 and March 1990
OUT OF STOCK Australian acacias have received attention in recent years because they are proving suitable for reforestation projects in the tropics
Vietnam is striving to increase its agricultural production, but gains in productivity are offset by large postharvest losses
Evaluation of the Crawford Fund master class in biotechnology: A tracer study of participants, their sponsoring institutions and course providers
The master classes in biotechnology represent a new development in the retraining of professional scientists in developing countries The specific purpose of this training has been to expose mid-...
These proceedings came from a workshop in Ubon, Thailand, designed to review current research and identify future research opportunities in the areas of soil organic matter dynamics and nutrient...
This manual aims to present information that will enable veterinary departments and development agencies to implement a sustainable Newcastle Disease control program
A visual guide to nutritional disorders of tropical timber species: Swietenia macrophylla and Cedrela ordorata
The recognition of symptoms on leaves and stems which result from nutritional disorders is a powerful tool in determining nutritional constraints to the growth of trees, especially when little other...
Information on the vanilla industry in the South Pacific has not been readily available, so this report was prepared to fill this information gap
Project development assessment: the application of plant tissue culture techniques to the propagation and breeding of tea in Indonesia
Tea is a very important crop not only in Indonesia, but also in a number of other countries in the world
In this paper, the dual approach to ex ante research evaluation in a multiple-input, multiplt-output industry is explained and demonstrated
Bananas and plantain (musa spp) are one of the few tropical crops that have not been bred successfully