Philippines

ACIAR Mango Agribusiness Research Program Workshop group photo
Posted by | March 19, 2019
ACIAR Mango Agribusiness Research Program – 19-21 March 2019

Griffith University and CATAS hosted the ACIAR Agribusiness Research Program Workshop 19 to 21 March 2019 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Haikou, Hainan Island, China. Participants came together from Cambodia, China,...

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Posted by | November 28, 2018
ACIAR/Griffith University Tropical Fruit Processing Research Project Workshop – Sanur, Indonesia, 24 and 25 November 2018

Key workshop speakers in Sanur, Indonesia. The first workshop was successfully delivered in Sanur, Indonesia on 24 and 25 November. Full details of the presentations can be found under the...

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Andi Massusungan welcomes the attendees.
Posted by | November 25, 2018
Tropical Fruit Processing Workshop launches, Sanur, Indonesia

Project workshop at the Mercure Sanur hotel, Indonesia. Presentations and discussions were held between government, industry, farming community stakeholders about tropical fruit processing in the Asia-Pacific region.

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Posted by | October 8, 2018
ACIAR Philippines’ marvellous mangoes

Adela Radana (grower) and Jimuel Rebigan (Extension Officer) Samal Island in the Philippines Mangoes are an economically important crop in the Philippines and Australia. In the Philippines, around 860,000 tonnes...

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ACIAR team photo at the final meeting of the Mango Integrated Crop Management in the Philippines & Australia project.
Posted by | July 9, 2018
ACIAR Mango Crop Management in the Philippines and Australia Impacts smallholder farmers.

The successful ACIAR project, research and development of Integrated crop management for mango production in southern Philippines and Australia (HORT/2012/019) concluded with a final research workshop in Davao, the Philippines...

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Mango Agribusiness Research Program workshop participants
Posted by | March 20, 2018
Mango Agribusiness Research Program – Launch

Mango Agribusiness Program launch, Workshop 1 held in Guangzhou, 19 March 2018. More information to follow over the next 18 months.

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Mangoes being ripened in a Filipino wet market. (Photo: Daryl Joyce)
Posted by | January 24, 2018
Safe to handle

The Philippines stands to benefit from an Australian invention that is vastly improving the way fruit is ripened for market Easily bruised, fast-to-spoil fruit such as mangoes and bananas require relatively sophisticated...

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