PARDI
Solomon Islands teak study highlights importance of quality to boost income and sales
Friday, 19 September 2014 12:51
A local grower stands alongside a  tree which is five years old and has a diameter of 35 cm. The plantation has been regularly maintained and thinned.

New research has found that many Solomon Islands smallholder teak growers are missing out on opportunities to sell their timber for premium prices due....

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Report highlights a bright future for Fiji mother-of-pearl jewellery and handicrafts
Friday, 29 August 2014 16:05

PARDI researcher, University of Adelaide Research Associate, Theo Simos, has released an update report outlining how research, artistry and training....

 
Pacific breadfruit training focuses on new planting skills to boost industry potential
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 09:26

Ready access to high-performing breadfruit seedlings has been met with new training in the South Pacific on how to transplant seedlings generated and ....

 
South Pacific cocoa continues to reach new heights
Wednesday, 25 June 2014 09:18
A child in Vanuatu holds an open cocoa pod (cocoa variety - criollo)

ACIAR’s PARDI cocoa project continues to build the capacity of South Pacific farmers to produce reliable quantities of high quality cocoa so they can ....

 
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