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Mid and Long-Term Plans for Fostering Scientific Technologies Concerning Agricultural Food Products (Proposal) (1246)  2015-03-10    (241)
Sung-Jae Chun Public-Service Advocate of Korea   * This document is a proposal written by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Republic of Korea on July 2013. FFTC uploads this proposal in their website with permission of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affa..
 
Farmers Reaping Benefits with Apps (3769)  2014-01-28    (245)
日本農民使用應用軟體 獲得利潤
Ronald G.  Mangubat Information Officer of FFTC   Farmers at the Hikone Shiga Prefecture in Japan are becoming popular because they use the smartphone apps to help monitor crops and control production costs while the rapid aging farmer population continues to dwindle. Ac..
 
Executive Order 226: Creating an Environment for a Vibrant Investment in the Philippines (3562)  2013-12-09    (277)
Executive Order 226: Creating an Environment for a Vibrant Investment in the Philippines [1] Albert P. Aquino, Aleta Belissa D. Correa, and Princess Alma B. Ani[2] Introduction Investments are the prime movers of an economy. In the Philippines, among the preferred activities i..
 
Ecological Solid Waste Management Act: Environmental Protection Through Proper Solid Waste Practice (108575)  2013-12-09    (271)
Ecological Solid Waste Management Act: Environmental Protection Through Proper Solid Waste Practices[1]   Albert P. Aquino, Jamaica Angelica P. Deriquito, and Meliza A. Festejo[2]   Introduction Waste mismanagement has serious environmental effects making the pa..
 
The Challenges of Achieving Optimal Balance between Crop Productivity and Sustainability in a Changing Climate (2795)  2013-12-05    (270)
The Challenges of Achieving Optimal Balance between Crop Productivity and Sustainability in a Changing Climate[1]*   Holger Meinke1,2 1 Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture, University of Tasmania, Hobart, TAS 7001, Australia 2 Centre for Crop Systems Analysis, Wageningen U..
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