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Developing forage technologies with smallholder farmers: how to select the best varieties to offer farmers in southeast Asia
This booklet is based on the experiences of researches and farmers working with the AusAID-funded Forages for Smallholders Project (FSP) in Southeast Asia.
There are already instances of successful introduction of ruminants into Southeast Asia's rubber, oil palm and coconut plantations, in ways that enable more intensive use of these areas
Bacterial wilt is primarily of importance in the tropics and subtropics
The purpose of this manual is to illustrate the symptoms associated with essential nutrient deficiencies of thos species of eucalypts which are now widely established in plantations
Much of sub-Saharan Africa is semi-arid and the burgeoning population depends heavily on small-scale dryland agriculture.
A recent external review of ACIAR (Nairn et al 1998) recommended (p 42) that ACIAR should more effectively communicate the way in which the benefits flow from ACIAR projects to ultimately achieve...
These seminar proceedings report the results of ACIAR sponsored research which commenced in 1985
Significant advances in grain harvesting, drying, handling, storage and milling have occurred in the ASEAN region in the last decade
OUT OF PRINT The pole-and-line fishery (a low-cost high-employment technique of tuna fishing(requires live baitfish to lure the tuna close to the boat
Estimates of realised and potential impacts of three ACIAR projects on the ecology, epidemiology and control of ticks and tick-based diseases in sub-Saharan Africa
This paper describes a completed project assessment of the following three ACIAR-funded projects: (1) Ecology, epidemiology and control of ticks and tick-borne diseases (PN8303); (2) Develop better...
Project development assessment: genetic identification and stock improvement of tilapia in Malaysia and Fiji: project 9206
Tilapia are an extremely versatile fish for aquaculture, with high reproductive and growth rates
OUT-OF-PRINT Although some plantation forests have grown successfully for hundreds of years, most experience is from temperate environments