Along with long-term support from many other organisations, ACIAR has funded research and development in low-chill temperate fruits since 1997 in Thailand, Laos and Vietnam with the aim of helping to develop a sustainable temperate fruit industry for low-chill varieties. Considerable progress has been made with on-farm commercial production systems developing and fruit appearing in major markets, especially in Thailand. This research and development is presented and discussed in these reports from the Second International Workshop on Production Technologies for Low-chill Temperate Fruits. The workshop coincided with a review of the ACIAR project which resulted in a decision to extend the work on developing the industry in these countries. The excellent organisation and contributions of Thai collaborators and all presenters made the workshop a valuable and enjoyable experience and are gratefully acknowledged.The workshop coincided with a review of the ACIAR project which resulted in a decision to extend the work on developing the industry in these countries.
|Title||:||Production Technologies for Low-chill Temperate Fruits|
|Author||:||Alan P. George, Unaroj Boonprakob|