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Organizations relating to Plants Yielding Fruits

Asociación Latinoamericana de Ficologie
International Fruit and Vegetable Juice Association / Paris, France / Est. 1949
International Network for the Improvement of Banana and Plantain / Est. 1984
Réseau des technologies de transformation des produits de base en Afrique / Est. 1991
International Association for Research on Plantain and Bananas
International Tropical Fruits Network / Serdang, Malaysia / Est. 2001
Australasian Apple Programmers and Developers Association
Institut européen de la pomme
Latin American Banana and Agroindustrial Workers' Union Coordination / La Lima, Honduras / Est. 1993
Caribbean Banana Exporters Association / Est. 1972
European Cider and Fruit Wine Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1961
Federation of the Condiment Sauce Industries, Mustard and Fruit and Vegetables Prepared in Oil and Vinegar of the European Union
Rare Fruit Council International / Miami FL, USA / Est. 1955
Liaison Committee of Mediterranean Citrus Producing Countries / Est. 1954
Mediterranean Selected Fruits Inter-Country Network
International Fruit and Vegetable Alliance / Est. 2005
International Organization of Citrus Virologists / Riverside CA, USA
Inter-American Citrus Network / Havana, Cuba / Est. 1991
Banana Link / Norwich, UK / Est. 1996
West Indian Limes Association / Est. 1941
Centre Africain de Recherches sur Bananiers et Plantains / Douala, Cameroon / Est. 1989
International Council for the Study of Virus and Virus-like Diseases of the Grapevine / Geneva NY, USA / Est. 1964
Network on Citrus Improvement for the Wider Mediterranean Region
International NORCOFEL Association / Est. 1975
Banana Research Network of Eastern and Southern Africa / Kampala, Uganda / Est. 1994

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World Problems relating to Plants Yielding Fruits

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Pests and diseases of deciduous fruit
Pests and diseases of citrus fruit
Fruit flies as pests
Instability of banana trade
Long-term shortage of fruit and vegetables and preparations thereof
Instability of trade in preserved fruit
Instability of trade in fruit and vegetables and preparations thereof
Health hazards from fruit and vegetables
Fruit rot
Environmental hazards from fruit and vegetable production
Instability of fresh fruit and edible nut trade
Threatened species of Epomophorus angolensis
Threatened species of Nemosia rourei
Threatened species of Pteropus ocularis
Threatened species of Acerodon lucifer
Threatened species of Acerodon
Threatened species of Drosophilidae
Threatened species of Tephritidae
Threatened species of Pteralopex atrata
Threatened species of Megaerops kusnotoi
Threatened species of Micropteropus intermedius
Threatened species of Nyctimene cyclotis
Threatened species of Nyctimene rabori
Threatened species of Nyctimene aello
Threatened species of Puntius titteya

Action Strategies relating to Plants Yielding Fruits

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Planting productive fruit trees
Producing citrus products
Distributing fresh citrus fruits
Studying citrus virus
Producing fruit juice cartons
Storing vegetables and fruits
Increasing consumption of vegetables and fruit
Producing quality local fruits
Standardizing fruit juices
Conserving fruit bats
Marketing bananas
Conducting research into bananas
Promoting general banana awareness

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