Northern Thailand

By | May 23, 2014

Scrub Typhus, Northern Thailand grassland, woods, and rice fields. Cases also occurred in in-fants who were carried on their mother’s back during work

MUSHROOM GROWING IN NORTHERN THAILAND Hyunjong Kwon1 and Satit Thatithatgoon2 1MushWorld 2Ayanyik Mushroom Farm Introduction Thailand is a particularly good place for future growers to learn how to grow tropical mushrooms.

Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology Doi 10.5943/cream/1/2/2 135 Coprophilous ascomycetes of northern Thailand Mungai P1, 2, Hyde KD1*, Cai L3, Njogu J2 and Chukeatirote E1

Fungal Diversity 97 Studies on Amanita (Basidiomycetes: Amanitaceae) in Northern Thailand Sanmee, R.1, Tulloss, R.E.2*, Lumyong, P.3, Dell, B.4 and Lumyong, S.1

Can public GAP standards reduce agricultural pesticide use? The case of fruit and vegetable farming in northern Thailand Pepijn Schreinemachers • Iven Schad • Prasnee Tipraqsa • Pakakrong M. Williams•

Consumers’ Perceptions and Attitudes of Organic Food Products in Northern Thailand city in Northern Thailand, was part of a traditional system in which farmers produced foods mainly for family consumption and exchanged the surplus with neighbors.

National regions (Northern, Northeast, Central and Southern). People in rural areas spent only 12.2% of food expenditure purchasing ready-to-eat food in 1990, regions of Thailand)32. Food and nutrition policy in Thailand22,33

ORIGINAL ARTICLE Characterization of Bacillus subtilis strains in Thua nao, a traditional fermented soybean food in northern Thailand Y. Inatsu1, N. Nakamura1, Y. Yuriko2, T. Fushimi3, L. Watanasiritum4 and S. Kawamoto1

Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Economic Cooperation Program and Northern Thailand by Craig M. Steffensen, Country Director and Rattanatay Luanglatbandith, Regional Economist