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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

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Training on Rapid Bioassay of Pesticide Residues (RBPR) on Fruits and Vegetables Seeks to Promote Food Safety and Consumer Protection in the Aspac Region
Utilization of Native Animals in Building Rural Enterprises in Warm Climate Zone
Fertilizer Policy for Ensuring Sustainable Food Production in the Aspac Region

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