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Impact assessments of forty-nine Thailand/Australia collaborative projects funded by ACIAR during 1983-1995
There is strong evidence that agricultural research is an important source of growth in agriculture, resulting in economic and environmental benefits
In Asian countries rice is the most important staple food.
This report contains details of two ACIAR projects: an agronomic project designed to study environmental constraints to increase productivity of rainfed rice-based farming systems in the lowlands and...
Coconut embryo culture has many applications, foremost of which is in the facilitation of germplasm movement
Fire and sustainable agricultural and forestry development in eastern Indonesia and northern Australia
Over the past decade or so there has been growing recognition of the impacts of biomass burning in the wet forests of Indonesia
The northern provinces of China where the land is suitable only for grazing livestock supports approximately 100 million sheep based on Merino types originally from Russia and Australia
A set of assessments of policy options is made in this paper to identify policy priorities for the development of the tree crops sub-sector.
These proceedings arose from a workshop associated with an ACIAR project on the development of postharvest handling technology for selected tropical tree fruits
Reservoirs are a major, and for several Asian countries an expanding, water resource which is very diverse both in terms of size and fisheries potential
This volume records the main research findings of ACIAR Project LWR1/1994/054 as presented to a conference held in Thailand on 16-18 February 2000
This technical report emphasises the importance of efficient methods for determining price in agricultural markets and the importance of transport in developing efficient domestic and international...
OUT OF STOCK These proceedings arise from a workshop held in Honiara, Solomon Islands in December 1989