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Publication Code: 
CoP30
Date Released: 
14/12/2016
Author(s): 
International Rice Research Institute

This booklet is based on the result of highlights of case
studies conducted in Maubin Township, Ayeyarwaddy region
and Daik Oo Township, Bago region

Publication Code: 
CoP28
Date Released: 
14/12/2016
Author(s): 
International Rice Research Institute

This booklet is based on the result of highlights of case
studies conducted in Maubin Township, Ayeyarwaddy region
and Daik Oo Township, Bago region

Publication Code: 
CoP29
Date Released: 
14/12/2016
Author(s): 
International Rice Research Institute

This booklet is based on the result of highlights of case
studies conducted in Maubin Township, Ayeyarwaddy region
and Daik Oo Township, Bago region of Myanmar.

Publication Code: 
Date Released: 
14/09/2016
ISBN: 
Author(s): 

Newsletter of the International Mungbean Improvement Network (IMIN).
The IMIN is a collaboration between the World Vegetable
Centre (Worldveg), the Queensland Department of
Agriculture and Fisheries Australia, the Pulses Research
Centre of the Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute
(PRC-BARI), the Myanmar Department of Agricultural
Research (DAR), and the Indian Institute of Pulses

Publication Code: 
CoP27
Date Released: 
09/06/2016
ISBN: 
978-0-9757778-7-9
Author(s): 
Edited by Digby Race and Hugh Stewart (The Australian National University)

This book draws heavily on 10 years of research to provide a critical analysis of community-based commercial forestry (CBCF) as it is practised in Indonesia.

Publication Code: 
CoP027
ISBN: 
978 0 415 74605 (paperback), 978 1 315 79632 (EPUB)
Author(s): 
Malcolm F. Cairns (ed.)

Shifting cultivation is one of the oldest forms of subsistence agriculture and is still practised by millions of poor people in the tropics. Typically it involves clearing land (often forest) for the growing of crops for a few years, and then moving on to new sites, leaving the earlier ground fallow to regain its soil fertility. Some critics have tended to disparage shifting cultivation as unsustainable, however, the book shows that such indigenous practices can be highly adaptive to land and ecology.

Publication Code: 
CoP026
ISBN: 
978-982-00-0711-6
Author(s): 
Steven W. Purcell

This manual, produced by the Southern Cross University and the Secretariat of the Pacific Community with the financial support of ACIAR, is designed for sea cucumber fishers in the Pacific islands. It provides best-practice processing methods that can be applied by fishers using resources in their own villages. It has been translated into Fijian, Kiribati and Tongan.

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Publication Code: 
CoP025
ISBN: 
Author(s): 
National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute (NAFRI)

This issue of the Lao Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, published by the National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute, concentrates on rice. The focus on rice production in Laos is changing from food security to commercial production. ACIAR has funded research in Lao PDR on improved rice varieties and rice-based farming systems, and was pleased to be able to offer support for this special issue of the journal.

Publication Code: 
CoP014
Date Released: 
16/03/2010
ISBN: 
978 1 57808 575 0
Author(s): 
Erika C.H. Meng and John P. Brennan (eds)

Scientific breeding in the twentieth century greatly accelerated wheat’s evolution, producing high-yielding varieties that helped avoid famine in many developing countries. Emerging scientific tools hold promise for identifying and tapping new, useful genetic diversity within wheat’s primary and secondary gene pools and, through genetic engineering, beyond.

Publication Code: 
CoP004
Date Released: 
07/01/1989
ISBN: 
967 9932 11 7
Author(s): 
ASEAN Food Handling Bureau, Kuala Lumpur

A three-part multilingual publication looking at fumigation for pest control.

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