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Welcome to FFTC
Over the past 40 years, FFTC as a regional information center in the Asian and Pacific (ASPAC) region has played an immensely important role in collecting, exchanging, and disseminating information on a wide range of modern and practical technologies, covering the full spectrum of small farm needs and activities relevant to the region. Through its various activities like seminars and workshops, training courses, and regional surveys, we have accumulated a huge body of knowledge and information on agriculture made possible through the works of hundreds of people from member countries and partner institutions. Disseminated through publications, training courses and demonstration projects, these knowledge and information have given countless resource-poor farmers and extension specialists in the region new opportunities and new solutions to their problems.

Five years ago, the Center made available free-of-charge on its website the full text of its publications for the last 15 years. Since then, theFFTC website and database has become an important information resource on Asian agriculture, particularly by the national extension systems of the region. The growing use of the FFTC website/publication database gave a larger number of people access to the Center’s technical and practical information on sustainable agriculture.

We welcome you to this much improved, more user-friendly FFTC website, re-designed and renovated to enhance the Center’s technology transfer mission, facilitate interaction and networking among partner institutions within the region, and make possible a more cost-effective way of disseminating practical information to our users, particularly the small-scale farmers.

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Upcoming Events

FFTC supports the 2016 symposium on indigenous bees (881)

Agricultural News in Asia
Early this year, FFTC co-sponsored the conduct of the “Apimondia 2016 Symposium: Exhibits and Workshops on Indigenous Bees.” The said symposium, which was held in Tagaytay City, Philippines, prov...

Mainland to 'facilitate' new GM crops after years of waiting (828)

Agricultural News in Asia
BEIJING -- China will "facilitate" the planting of genetically modified corn and other plants on an industrial scale in the next five years, officials said, after not authorizing any new c...

Fruit and vegetable grafting workshop kicks off in May (848)

Grafting, the horticultural technique whereby tissues from one plant are inserted to another, is now getting more popular. Recent studies suggest that growers and researchers have found positive impac...

Workshop on Climate Change and Livestock Production Systems (855)

On August 23 of this year, FFTC in cooperation with the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization (NARO) and the Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS) is o...

FFTC bids farewell to Dr. Nagai; welcomes new Deputy Director Dr. Takenaka (1116)

Dr. Takashi Nagai, who served as FFTC’s Deputy Director for two years, returns to his homeland in Japan to start his stint as the new Chief of the International Cooperation Section of the National ...