was organized to share and discuss among member‐nations the accomplishments, experiences, learning, and challenges of the past four years as well as the plans for the coming year. Back‐to‐back with this year’s meeting is a mini‐symposium that focuses on a specific case, Indonesia, as the country delivers its role in achieving the goals of CURE under its own national programs. Back‐to‐back with this year’s meeting is a mini‐symposium that focuses on a specific case, Indonesia, as the country delivers its role in achieving the goals of CURE under its own national programs.
Each year, the key players and partners of the Consortium for the Unfavorable Rice Environments (CURE) meet to tackle the most significant accomplishments of the different partner‐countries, for knowledge‐sharing, building learning‐alliances, exchanging science‐products, and experiences in developing, validating, managing and delivering technologies and information to millions of resource‐poor rice farmers in Asia.
Status/synthesis reports from the working groups.
Mini-symposium: "Developing, validating and delivering seeds and NRM to the farmers in the sub-optimal rice areas in Indonesia."
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CURE work groups present status of their research.
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Workgroup 1: Drought-prone lowlands
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Workgroup 2: Submergence and flood-prone lowlands
Workgroup 3: Salinity-prone areas
Workgroup 4: Upland systems