Seeds of life cast a golden hue

Collis, Brad
July 2003
Ecos;Jul-Sep2003, Issue 116, p20
Blog Entry
Discusses developments related to the agriculture and economy in East Timor after its independence from Indonesia in 1999. Ideal site for crop trials being undertaken by a former CSIRO researcher, Dr. Brian Palmer; International sources of the high-yielding crops in an Australian million-dollar agricultural program; Confidence of Palmer on East Timor's achievement of food sufficiency.


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