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Prospects of Feed Crops in Southeast Asia: Alternatives to Alleviate Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development; Proceedings of the Regional Workshop Held in Bogor, Indonesia, September 14-15, 2004

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  • Lokollo, Erna M.
  • Hutabarat, Budiman
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    Opening Address, by Yap Kioe Sheng; Prospects of Feed Crops in Southeast Asia: Alternatives to Alleviate Poverty through Secondary Crops' Development, by Erna M. Lokollo and Budiman Hutabarat; The Status and Prospects of Feed Crops in Indonesia, by Dewa K.S. Swastika, Made O.A. Manikmas, Bambang Sayaka, and Ketut Kariyasa; Comments on Country Report of Indonesia: "Prospect of Feed Crops in South East Asia: Alternatives to Alleviate Poverty through Secondary Crops' Development", by Kusuma Diwyanto; Prospects of Feed Crops in Malaysia, by Tunku Mahmud bin Tunku Yahya and Sarmin bin Sukir; Comments on Prospects of Feed Crops in Malaysia, by Ibrahim bin Che Embong; Status and Prospects of Feed Crop Production in the Philippines, by Danilo C. Cardenas and Lara Marie M. de Villa; Comments on the Philippine Country Report, by Danilo P. Baldos; Prospects of Feed Crops in Southeast Asian Countries: Thailand (FEED SEA), by Chamras Rojanasaroj, Siriporn Wonlertprayoon, Pachara Krittaphol, Wareeporn Phojeen, Panee Pattamawipak and Sopapan Ninragsa; Comments on the Country Report of Thailand, by Chan Chiumkanokchai; Feed Crops in South Asian Countries: Problems and Prospects (an outline), by S.S.E. Ranawana; Upsurging Livestock Feed Demand in Southeast Asia: A Consolidated Discussion, by Budiman Hutabarat; Closing Remarks, by Yap Kioe Sheng

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    This book is provided by United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA) in its series Monographs with number 32728 and published in 2005.

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    Keywords: Feed Crops; Poverty; Food Security and Poverty;

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