REPORTS

Conservation Agriculture Production Systems for Food Security in Cambodia and the Philippines. USAID-SANREM-CRSP Project. 2013-2014.

Development of direct seeding mulch-based cropping systems for irrigated lowland rice on poor Sandy Soil - Stung Chinit Season 2013

Conservation Agriculture Production Systems for Food Security in Cambodia and the Philippines. USAID-SANREM-CRSP Project. 2011-2012.

Primary development of DMC based cropping systems for irrigated lowland rice on poor Sandy Soil 2011 - 2012. This report presents a synthesis of the Research and Development works carried out by PADAC (Projet d’Appui au Développement de l’Agriculture du Cambodge, General Directorate of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries) on the progressive elaboration of innovative DMC1 based cropping systems adapted to the major agro-ecosystems principally devoted to wet season rice production in Cambodia.

Conservation Agriculture Production Systems for Food Security in Cambodia and the Philippines. USAID-SANREM-CRSP Project. 2010-2011.

Highlights on PADAC activities and results in 2010 and 2011. The PADAC is a Research and Development (R & D, also Research-Action) project built around the technical transfer and adaptation of the Direct seeding Mulch based Cropping system) to the physical (agro-ecosystems, soils and climate) and socio-economic conditions of the Cambodian agricultures.

Conservation Agriculture Production Systems for Food Security in Cambodia and the Philippines. USAID-SANREM-CRSP Project. 2010. This report briefly introduces the research and development activities implemented in this first year of operations by the Cambodian team of the SANREM-CRSP.

Activity Report 2007 – 2009.

Rubber – Forest tree species associations. First results of preliminary trials. Assess the possibility to constitute large alive gene banks at moderate cost of the most endangered species of the Cambodian and South-East Asian forests and assess the technical and economic potential for commercial associations to be compared with the current mono-cropping model; are there here attractive ways to shift from predation of forest to cropping of high value species.