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Jul. 23, 2020
Newsletter 208: FFTC’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic
Apr. 06, 2020
Newsletter 207: Center drafts Strategic Action Plan for 2021-2024
Feb. 05, 2020
Newsletter 206: 2019 ends with FFTC’s 104 th Executive Board Meeting
Apr. 19, 2012
NEWSLETTER 175: Articles on Horticulture under climate changte+FFTC gears up for its 21st TAC meeting+More citrus growers benefit from FFTC's training programs+The fight for a disease and pathogen-free citurs industry+New publications
Mar. 05, 2012
Newsletter 174:STRENGTHENING LOCAL FOOD SYSEMS IN ASIA+CLIMATE CHANGE THREATENS ASIAN SLOPING LANDS+UNDERSTANDING NITROGEN BALANCE+NEW PUBLICATION
Jan. 04, 2012
NEWSLETTER 173:Mycotoxins experts bond+Animal waste management: Korean style+Director Lee attends APIRAS regional forum+Kedah Corporation experts group visit FFTC+New Pulbication
Sep. 22, 2011
NEWSLETTER 172:Articles on RBPR: The quick test to food safety+Asian field genebank experts meet+Emails from two trainees+FFTC welcomes new information officer+New publications.
Jul. 13, 2011
NEWSLETTER 171: Asian forum on functional biodiversity tackles natural enemies & pollinators+Training course on edible mushroom production+Health management of pathogen-free citrus orchards+Corn project in the Philippines+ New publication
Feb. 24, 2011
NEWSLETTER 170: Responding to the challenge of agri-biotechnology capacity building in Asia+Evaluation and sustainable management of soil carabon sequestration in Asian countries+Turning waste into health benefits+FFTC and KU sign MOU on agricultural tech
Nov. 10, 2010
NEWSLETTER 169:Training on RBPR on fruits and vegetables seeks +The role of fertilizer policy in the food security chain+Recognizing the socioeconomic importance of native animals
Nov. 10, 2010
NEWSLETTER 168:Articles on Anniversary symposium and 20th TAC meeting+Toward a competitive and sustainable regional agriculture
Oct. 05, 2010
NEWSLETTER 167:Articles on FFTC strengthens capacity building program to rehabilitate Cambodia's citrus industry+Promoting food safety and environmental protection+Training on integrated citrus disease managment
Dec. 30, 2009
NEWSLETTER 166: Articles on the Challenge of Developing Asia's Agri-Biotech Industry + Development of Green Technologies for Sustainable Agriculture + Development of Phytoremediation Technology for Reducing Hazardous Chemical Compounds in Food
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