The major focus of crop productivity research in recent decades has been on improving drought and salt tolerance
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Newcastle disease is the major virus disease of poultry in many countries of Southeast Asia
This is the Mandarin translation of MN119, a manual that aims to assist plant health scientists to devise survei
Soil Erosion Management: Proceedings of a workshop held at PCARRD, Los Banos, Philippines, 1984
Evaluation of large ruminants for the tropics: Proceedings of an international workshop held at CSIRO, Rockhampton, Queenland, 1984.
The Vietnamese translation of MN119, the manual on surveillance programs for plant health.
Capacity building and training have long been recognised as an important component of most research-for-development activities.
Adoption studies provide valuable insights into the uptake of project results, and the impact on local communities.
ACIAR provided the Science and Innovation Commissioned Study with a submission detailing it's unique and interesting role which transcends both Australia's aid program and its innovation system.
ACIAR administers the Australian Government's contribution to CGIAR and other research centres.
ACIAR's Partners Magazine, October 2005 edition features stories on project activities in South Asia.
Permanent raised bed cropping systems are being adopted under a wide range of irrigated and dryland farming conditions.