Final report project Development of integrated crop management practices to increase sustainable yield and quality of mangoes in Pakistan and Australia



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Final report

project

Development of integrated crop management practices to increase sustainable yield and quality of mangoes in Pakistan and Australia

project number

HORT/2005/153

date published

August 2012

prepared by

Dr Chrys Akem – Principal Plant Pathologist & Project Leader, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), Queensland, Australia

co-authors/ contributors/ collaborators

Mr Munawar Raza Kazmi – Project Coordinator, ASLP Program Officer, Australian High Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan

approved by

Mr Les Baxter, ACIAR Research Program Manager, Horticulture

final report number

FR2012-22

ISBN

978 1 921962 98 1

published by

ACIAR

GPO Box 1571

Canberra ACT 2601

Australia



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Contents

1.Acknowledgments 6

2.Executive summary 7

3.Background 9

4.Objectives 11

5.Methodology 13

6.Achievements against activities and outputs/milestones 16

7.Key results and discussion 19

8.Impacts 23

8.1.Scientific impacts – now and in 5 years 24

8.2.Capacity impacts – now and in 5 years 25

8.3.Community impacts – now and in 5 years 26

8.4.Communication and dissemination activities 30

9.Conclusions and recommendations 31

9.1.Conclusions 32

9.2.Recommendations 33

10.References 34

10.1.References cited in report 35

10.2. List of publications produced by the project 36

11.Appendixes 37

11.1.Appendix 1: Pictorial View of Focus Areas 38


1.Acknowledgments


Appreciations are extended to all the team members of the different research institutions who collaborated in carrying out research activities to accomplish the outcomes reported in this Final Report. Specifically, contributions from the following Research Institutions and the associated Research Teams are acknowledged:

1. DAFF Research/Coordination Team:

Dr. Chrys Akem, Principal Plant Pathologist - Project Leader

Dr. Ian Bally, Principal Horticulturist - Nursery & Orchard Management

Mr. Rowland Holmes, Senior Horticulturist - Extension and Capacity Building

Mr. Tony Cooke, Senior Experimentalist - Plant Pathology



2. NARC Research Team:

Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad - Project Leader

Mr. Munawar Raza Kazmi - Project Coordinator

Mr. Faisal Sohail Fateh - Project Scientist - Plant Pathology

Mr. Asif Iqbal - Project Officer

Mr. Gul Bhar Poussio - Research Fellow

Ms. Arslan Jabeen - Research Fellow

3. MRS Research Team:

Mr. Shafqat Ali Syed, Station Officer In-Charge

Mr. Tariq Malik, Project Scientist - Plant Pathology

Mr. Abdul Ghaffar, Project Scientist - Orchard Management

Mr. Muhammad Ikhlaq, Project Scientist - Nursery Management

4. BZU Research Team

Dr. Shafqat Saeed, Project Scientist – Entomology

Dr Nazim Jabar - Information

Mr. Asad Masood, Research Scholar - Entomology

5. F&VDP

Ch. Khalid Mehmood - Provincial Coordinator, Punjab

6. ARI Research Team:

Dr. Abdul Sattar Buriro, Project Scientist - Entomology

Mr. Lemon Kumar, Project Scientist - Plant Pathology

7. SHRI Research Team:

Dr. Atta Soomro, Provincial Coordinator - Orchard Management

Mr Muhammad Khan Baloch - Project Scientist - Nursery Management


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