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
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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