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ADSS and BOOK LAUNCH: Climate-Resilient Agriculture Technologies and Approaches in the Philippines

Dr. Romeo V. Labios, Lead Author and former Scientist-Agronomist at the International Rice Research Institute, delivers a seminar about the Book titled "Compendium of Climate-Resilient Agriculture Technologies and Approaches in the Philippines."

23 January 2020 | SEARCA Headquarters,  Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines

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