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Oct. 28, 2015

FFTC PUBLICATIONS AND WEBSITE ON ASIAN AGRICULTURE

FFTC publications and website on Asian agriculture

The most recent and relevant agricultural technology and information collected by the Center through its various activities are documented and published in the forms of annual report, technical and extension bulletins, workshop proceedings, and newsletters. The Center’s publications for 2014 came from FFTC’s international workshop seminars and were re-written and re-packaged in a more popular manner. These publications are mailed to over 2000 libraries worldwide and are also available free of charge on the Center’s website: http://www.fftc.agnet.org.  This year, FFTC also beefed up its other website on agricultural policy: http://ap.fftc.agnet.org featuring articles on various aspects of agricultural polices of selected countries in the Asian Pacific region. The articles, which are written in their full-length and abstract versions, are divided into ten categories.

Following are the Center’s completed and ongoing publications as of 31 December 2014:

FFTC VIDEO

The publications office produced a new updated nine-minute video of the FFTC briefer early this year. This is being shown to visitors who come to the Center and to all the FFTC workshops, seminars and other related activities. The video has also been uploaded in the FFTC website.

FFTC website on Asian agriculture             

The Center continued to update its website for 2014 not only in content but also on its overall look. The AP project which has its own link from the main FFTC website http://ap.fftc.agnet.org has helped a lot in generating more visitor hits.

From January 1-December 31, 2014, the website has registered 166,655 visits. In terms of country and territory, the Philippines remains as the number one visitor of the FFTC website with 32,354 visits, followed by the United States (23,609) and India (20,895).

Extension and technical bulletins

From the papers presented during FFTC’s international workshops and seminars for the year, FFTC chooses 10-20 papers and publishes them into extension and technical bulletins. The former are practical information for practical purposes while the latter are recent advanced research for scientists and researchers. They were written by the Center’s resource speakers from different member countries in the region who are distinguished agricultural experts and research managers in the international community. These publications are aimed to be reference materials on Asian agriculture for scientists, agriculturists, policymakers, academicians, researchers and extension workers.

Extension bulletins

EB 671    Promising new technologies for assuring food safety

                 -  Hitoshi Nagashima

EB 672    Managing traceable system for organic fruit and vegetable products in Taiwan

                 -  Lao-Dar Juang

EB 673    Policies and regulations on GAP and GHP implementation for improving fruit and vegetables product safety in Indonesia

                 -  Yul Harry Bahar

EB 674    Extension of good agricultural practices towards safety of fresh fruit and vegetables

                 -  Tze Chung Huang and Hau Ping Chou

EB 675    Thailand’s banana, coconut, mango and papaya industries: a country report

                 -  Krisana Krisanapook

EB 676    Integrated database system for organic agricultural products in Taiwan

                 -  Lee Feng Chi and Hsieh Cha Hao

EB 677    Overview of fruit production, marketing and research and development system in Vietnam

                -  Nguyen Quoc Hung

EB 678    Survey items for value chains of five selected fruit in Myanamar

                 -  Than Than Sein

EB 679    Research on the cultivation state and import trends of tropical fruit in Korea

                 -  Chan Kyu Lim & Kang-Su Kwak

EB 680    Data analysis overview of the fruit sector in Myanmar

                 -  Su Myat Yadanar

EB 681    Increasing market access of selected tropical fruit through value chain improvements in Vietnam

                 -  Luong Ngoc Trung Lap and Nguyen Minh Chau

EB 682    Overview of fruit production, marketing and research and development system in Indonesia

                 -  Mahamed Iqbal Rafani

EB 683    The status of the fruit industry in the Philippines

                 -  Rene Rafael C. Espino

EB 684    Fruit production  marketing and research development system in Thailand

                 -  Lop Phavaphutanon

EB 685    Overview of the selected tropical fruit in the Philippines

                 -  Jocelyn E. Eusebio

Technical bulletins

TB 201     Swine breeding and production in Malaysia

                 -  Moktir Sing A/L Gardir Singh

TB 202     Production of recombinant pepsin, pancreatic lipase and colipase from Pichia pastoris as feed Additive

                 -  Fang Chueh Liu

TB 203     Application and development of rice husk furnace

                 - Chung The Sheng, Mins Huang

TB 204     Bioenergy, strategy for diverse markets in ASEAN countires

                 -  Koichiro Koike

TB 205     Engineering of recombinant Saccharomycees cerevisae from bioethanol production from renewable biomass

                 -  Yong Chol Park and Jin Ho Seo

2014 publications

  • “FFTC Annual Report 2013”
  • 12 extension bulletins and 5 technical bulletins
  • Newsletter 183 (January-March)
  • Newsletter 184 (April-June )
  • Newsletter 185 (July-September)
  • Newsletter 186 (October-December)
  • New FFTC brochure
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For further information, contact:

Ronald G. Mangubat, FFTC Information Officer

From the papers presented during FFTC’s international workshops and seminars, FFTC chooses 10-20 papers and publishes them into extension and technical bulletins.

 

FFTC Website top country visitors (January 1 - December 31, 2014.

 

FFTC publications are aimed to be reference materials on Asian agriculture for scientists, agriculturists, extension workers, academicians, and researchers.

 

FFTC publications are aimed to be reference materials on Asian agriculture for scientists, agriculturists, extension workers, academicians, and researchers.

 

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