This report contributes towards the focus on the social
and policy dimensions of impact. The report has
two major parts. First, a new framework for impact
assessments is presented. The framework integrates
two distinct literatures that link research with policy
outcomes. Knowledge systems (Cash et al. 2003) and
the research and policy for development (RAPID)
literatures (Overseas Development Institute 2004) are
proposed as tools to analyse how knowledge flows
Cargill, C., Mahalaya.S., Soplanit, A., Syahputra, A.T., Kossay, L., Muiid, N., Isman, Lyons, G.,
Prabawardani, S., Ginting, E., Glatz, P., Putra, M., Dwita, D.A., Rumbarar, M.K., Rengil, J.B., dan Ellen,
Ringkasan Bahan Ajar untuk Pelatihan Petani. Teknik Budidaya Tanaman dan Produksi Ternak.
Tanaman: Ubijalar, Stroberi, Kedelai, Kacang Tanah, Kacang Buncis, Kacang Merah, dan Kacang
Ternak: Babi, Ayam, dan Kelinci. International Potato Center (CIP), South Australian Research and
Development Institute (SARDI), Balai Pengkajian Teknologi Pertanian (BPTP) Papua, dan Australian
Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR).
This publication describes many aspects of the work that followed the discovery of the viroid agent of the disease. This phase has included attempts to develop and improve a range of diagnostic procedures suitable for varied applications, to look for resistance, to describe the distribution and epidemiology of the viroid, and to search for a vector. (Out of print) Also published as Monograph 45.
The papers in this report were presented at the 2nd PNG Plant Protection Conference and include information on crop pests, diseases and weeds and their management, pest incursions and quarantine, and pest and disease identification.
ISBN 978 1 921738 20 3 (print), ISBN 978 1 921738 21 0 (online)
Pol Chanthy, Stephanie Belfield and Robert Martin
An insect identification field guide for farmers and extension workers in the upland cropping systems of Cambodia. This book is part of a series of publications produced by ACIAR in support of the rollout of on-farm demonstrations for upland crops in Cambodia.
This is the Lao translation of MN137, a book for primary school children for use in the ‘Life Skills’ part of the Cambodian School curriculum. It will teach children about integrated pest management (IPM) in crops and the positive impact on the environment. IPM is aimed at reducing pesticide use, which will benefit the environment and human health. Children are very good at understanding environmental issues like this and take the messages home to their parents.