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Project development assessment: profilic worm-resistant meat sheep for Maharashtra, India and Australia
This paper describes a project development assessment of a proposal for collaborative research (ACIAR project PN9422) between Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute, a non-government organisation in...
This publication is a record of a seminar conducted by the Crawford Fund for International Agricultural Research at Parliament House Canberra, May 17 1994.
OUT OF STOCK Giant clams are a source of food and income for the people of the Indo-Pacific region
This report presents original information on the composition of 136 species of plants known to be fed to village ruminants, mostly in West Java
OUT OF PRINT Manipulation of the genetic composition of a plant via crossing and selection offers the opportunity for improvements in both yield and quality
Banana production, an important component of the island economies of the South Pacific, is threatened by the fungal leaf disease black Sigatoka
ACIAR has supported two complementary studies in Thailand that have confirmed deficiencies of the micronutrients boron and molybdenum and the macronutrients phosphorus, potassium, sulfur and nitrogen...
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
This report is the result of a workshop held in Melbourne in March 1994, which aimed to define research and development priorities for faba beans at a regional, national and international level