The Pacific Livelihoods Research Group’s work has featured in the August edition of ACIAR’s Partners magazine. The article discusses a new oil palm replant model being collaboratively developed by Curtin University, James Cook University, PNG University of Technology and the Oil Palm Research Association.
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(2018). Polly McDougall. New oil palms replanting model. Partners in Research for Development (2), pp. 28-29.