FAO Inter-Regional Cooperative Research Network on Rice in the Mediterranean Climate Areas (MedRice Network)
Réseau coopératif interrégional de la FAO de recherche sur le riz en climat méditerranéen
1990-09 Arles France
Sep 1990, Arles (France), as part of F-XF5077 - European System of Cooperative Research Networks in Agriculture (ESCORENA), within B-XB0971 - FAO, through its European Commission on Agriculture (ECA). Previously abbreviated as MedNetRice Network. Also referred to as European Cooperative Research Network on Rice.
Promote scientific exchanges among rice scientists working in the Mediterranean area and in the other world regions with Mediterranean climate.
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Working Groups (6): Biotechnology; Breeding and Varietal Improvement; Rice Agronomy; Rice Processing and Technology; Economics and Marketing; Information.
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