ALL PROJECTS
AGB/2015/015: Analysis of mango markets, trade and strategic research issues in the Asia Pacific
The study aims to better understand strategic industry and market development issues, research gaps and opportunities for mango at the regional and country-level in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly those which could improve smallholder livelihoods. Mango is the third most widely grown fruit in the tropics and sub-tropics after watermelon and banana. Global production has increased...
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AGB/2012/109: Developing vegetable and fruit value chains and integrating them with community development in the southern Philippines
This project aims to improve the performance of smallholder value chains for fruit and vegetables, and build community capacity, in the southern Philippines to enhance smallholders' income, livelihoods and community well-being.  Poverty levels in the southern Philippines average 35-45% and are highest among smallholder farmers and fishermen.  Fruit and vegetable production is an important economic...
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ACIAR Partners magazine Nov 2017
25 Years in Vietnam This issue of Partners magazine provides a snapshot of ACIAR's work in Vietnam over the last 25 years.
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HORT/2012/019: Research and development of integrated crop management for mango production in the southern Philippines and Australia
This project addresses mango yield and quality issues for smallholder mango farmers, through the adoption of Integrated Crop Management (ICM) in the form of ‘best practice’. The project has strong links to two other ACIAR projects, in mango postharvest (HORT /2012/098) and value chains (AGB/2012/109). Mangoes are an economically important crop in the Philippines and Australia. Declining production...
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ACIAR Partners - Issue three 2017-THE PHILIPPINES The power of multi-disciplinary research
The Philippines - The power of multi-disciplinary research This issue of Partners magazine includes examples of ACIAR’s impact seen in the Philippine mango industry from a cross-section of the research portfolio. HORT/2012/098: Improved postharvest management of fruit and vegetables in the southern Philippines and Australia HORT/2012/019: Integrated crop management to enhance mango production in the southern...
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ACIAR in Pakistan: 30 years of partnership in research for development
ACIAR has supported a program of research collaboration with Pakistan since 1984, with recent projects focused on Pakistan’s key fruit crops (mangoes and citrus), livestock (smallholder dairy), agricultural policy, and agricultural water management. ACIAR works closely with the Government of Pakistan, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), other donor partners, non-government organisations (NGOs)...
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ACIAR in Vietnam - Newsletter January 2017
Mid-term review and future plans for a project on water, soil and nutrients management A scientific impact from the ‘Integrated water, soil and nutrient management for sustainable farming systems in South Central Coastal Vietnam and Australia’ project (SMCN/2012/069) was a drip irrigation for mango production which increased yields and saved water used for irrigation.
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HORT/2012/019: Integrated Crop Management for mango production in the Southern Philippines and Australia
This project addresses mango yield and quality issues for smallholder mango farmers, through the adoption of Integrated Crop Management (ICM) in the form of ‘best practice’.
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ACIAR Partners in research for development publication - Issue 1, 2017
Pakistani Pickled Mango An intervention identified in the project Mango value chain improvement project (HORT/2010/001) was the commercialisation of traditional mango pickle production.
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ACIAR Partners issue 2, 2016
Pakistan: Embracing change and transformation This issue of Partners magazine shares articles about ACIAR's research collaboration with Pakistan including projects focused on key fruit crops including mangoes. HORT/2010/001: ‘Pakistan mango value chain improvement’ HORT/2010/006: ‘Integrated crop management practices to enhance value chain outcomes for the mango industry in Pakistan and Australia’ ASEM/2010/003: ‘Social research to foster...
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