Twenty Two Years of APAARI – a Retrospective

This publication gives greater details and is intended to highlight/address the efforts put forth by APAARI in defining regional priorities, tracing its growth and development, and the impact of its activities undertaken over the past 22 years. It provides a comprehensive account of its achievements for the information and possible use by its stakeholders and [...]

APAARI Newsletter, Vol 23 (1), June 2014

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APAARI Flyer 2014


Wax Apple Industry in Taiwan: A Success Story (2014)

Wax apple also known as java apple, rose apple, bell fruit and wax jambu, was introduced in Taiwan in 17th Century. In early days, its cultivation was on small scalelimited to gardens and was grown mainly in summer season. Withthe development of improved varieties, and cultivation techniques,its cultivation spread to fairly large areas and has [...]

Expert Consultation on Promotion of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in the Asia-Pacific Region: Proceedings, 2014

It is well known that over 80 per cent of the world’s population depends largely on traditional medicines derived from plants for their healthcare. In some developed countries, medicinal and aromatic plants have moved from essentially unknown, minor agricultural plants to crops that many farmers consider economically remunerative, safe and beneficial to society. Today, many [...]

APAARI Newsletter, Vol 22 (2), December 2013

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