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09/04/2003 ACIAR's first project in Burma

ACIAR’s first project in Burma begins following signing in Rangoon.

19/03/2003 Fast, simple detection of mycotoxins and pesticides

Vietnam skills to detect contamination of its agri-produce by mycotoxins and pesticides raised by ACIAR project.

14/03/2003 Leading Filipino scientist appointed to ACIAR Policy Advisory Council

Appointment of Dr Patricio Faylon to represent the Philippines on the ACIAR Policy Advisory Council.

10/03/2003 Help for Afghan cereal crops

ACIAR and AusAID have combined to support the rebuilding of the country’s devastated cropping sector.

06/03/2003 Better climatic predictions aid Indonesia

ACIAR help Indonesia better understand the El Nino-Southern Oscillation phenomenon in Indonesia.

06/03/2003 Banana fly outbreak curbed in PNG

Banana fruit fly outbreak in PNG controlled through the help of an ACIAR project team.

05/03/2003 Restored facilities opened at East Timor University

Facilities at the National University of East Timor’s Faculty of Agriculture have been restored.

19/02/2003 Project launch in Cambodia

Assessments to identify land suitable for crop diversification in Cambodia and Australia to commence.

16/12/2002 International scientists join forces to attack citrus disease

Vietnamese citrus producers stand to benefit from new research announced today in Hanoi.

04/12/2002 New fellowships commemorate leading agricultural researcher

First four agricultural researchers to receive a John Dillon Memorial Fellowship named.

29/11/2002 Australia helps Afghanistan produce more food

Australia will fund a key project to help restore production of Afghanistan’s most important food crops.

16/10/2002 Indonesian and Australian cooperation leads to new discoveries

Research between Indonesia and Australia has discovered 15 new species of shark and ray stocks.

26/09/2002 Successful research helps make aquaculture more profitable

A breakthrough in the breeding of live fish will boost the viability of local aquaculture in Indonesia.

14/09/2002 Making acidic soils more productive

A joint Indonesian-Australian research project is delivering benefits to Indonesian farmers and land planners.

04/09/2002 Opening of new processing plant aims to increase farmers incomes

A new feed supplement plant in Gujarat, India, to bring significant financial benefits to Indian farmers.

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