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Agricultural research in Lebanon


, : Agricultural research in Lebanon. Agricultural research in countries of the Mediterranean region Proceedings of the Istanbul seminar, 1-3 December, 1986: 79-83

About 9% of Lebanon's GDP is devoted to agricultural research annually. The Lebanese Agronomic Research Institute coordinates research activities through its affiliated institutes, located in all regions of the country. Research is carried out mainly (in order of priority) on fruits, vegetables, cereals and livestock production.

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