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The Chinese have been planting Australian tree species for more than 100 years
OUT OF STOCK This proceedings provides information needed by extension workers and farmers to increase the productivity of ruminants in plantation crops
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...
Australia and Thailand have collaborated for six years to study foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), a disease which is endemic in Asia
ACIAR has supported collaborative forestry research between China and Australia since 1985
The Chinese Government has placed a high priority on the development of the nation's raw wool industry
The grain marketing system in China has become more competitive over the 1990s and domestic and international prices have become more closely aligned
OUT OF STOCK These proceedings are the outcome of a workshop held under the auspices of ACIAR
These proceedings are a record of the papers presented at an international seminar held at Bangalore, India, 18-20 December 1997
This publication is a revised and expanded version of the book 'A bibliography of forage halophytes and trees for salt-affected lands' which was produced in 1990 by Shoaib Ismail and Rafiq Ahmad (...
This report is the first of a two-stage activity with the aim of undertaking economic evaluations of all ACIAR-supported projects completed (as of Novemver 1996) in Thailand
Jembrana is a disease similar to rinderpest, and found to affect Indonesian cattle and buffalo