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Publication Code: 
NL003-2017
Date Released: 
20/10/2017

Newsletter of the International Mungbean Improvement Network (IMIN).

Publication Code: 
FS2017 - ACIAR
Date Released: 
19/07/2017
Publication Code: 
TR089
Date Released: 
10/05/2017
ISBN: 
Author(s): 
Geoff Morris, Douglas Gray, Julien de Meyer, John Mullen

This report assesses capacity building from institutional and individual perspectives, and aims:

  • To better understand the medium- and long-term benefits of formal and informal capacity building in institutions. 
  • To better understand the career paths of ACIAR-funded scholars, presenting case studies of John Allwright Fellows (JAFs) and John Dillon Fellows (JDFs) from key institutes.
  • To improve project design and report pro-forma to better include capacity building.
Publication Code: 
MN153
Date Released: 
20/05/2013
ISBN: 
978 1 922137 24 1
Author(s): 
Dennien S., Homare D., Hughes M., Lovatt J., Coleman E. and Jackson G. 2013.

This manual is aimed at researchers and technicians who may be
new to pathogen-tested (PT) schemes for sweetpotato (Ipomoea
batatus). It updates a previous publication (Beetham and Mason
1992) on the subject for the Pacific islands, and shows how
simple the process can be.
 

Publication Code: 
FS2017 - HORT/2014/078
Date Released: 
07/10/2017
ISBN: 
Author(s): 

Factsheet - HORT/2014/078

Aligning genetic resources, production and post-harvest systems to market opportunities for Pacific island and Australian cocoa.

Publication Code: 
MN200
Date Released: 
13/09/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 051 6
Author(s): 
Colin Cargill and Sukendra Mahalaya

This monograph describes how the first large-scale research and development projects ever to be undertaken in the Baliem Valley in the Highlands of the Indonesian province of Papua were established and conducted over a period of 15 years.

Publication Code: 
MN182
Date Released: 
08/09/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 052 3
Author(s): 
William Leggate, Robert McGavin and Henri Bailleres

This manual on the production of rotary wood veneer and associated manufacturing of veneer-based products draws on the results from completed ACIAR projects. It provides extensive information and guidance on the processing of small log resources into veneer, along with the description of manufacturing techniques to convert the veneer into high-value engineered wood products suitable for a range of appearance and structural applications.

Publication Code: 
MN198
Date Released: 
08/09/2017
ISBN: 
978 1 86320 048 6
Author(s): 
Barbara Pamphilon

This manual was developed in an innovative ACIAR-funded project in Papua New Guinea (PNG) led by Professor Barbara Pamphilon from the University of Canberra. It has been designed so that it can be easily adapted for use in other developing countries as well as PNG. Smallholder farmers across the world are keen to learn ways to improve their agricultural production, food security and family incomes.

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