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Using economics to explain spatial diversity in a wheat crop: Examples from Australia and China
Spatial diversity indicators may serve an important function for policymakers as they seek to manage crop genetic diversity and potential externalities associated with diffusion of some types of genetically improved crops. ...
Wheats for More Tropical Environments, A Proceedings of the International Symposium
This publication contains the proceedings of an international symposium on wheat production and research in tropical environments, held in Mexico on 24-28 September, 1984. In addition to the 43 contributed papers, it ...
Cereals in China
Helminthosporium blights of wheat: Spot blotch and Tan spot
(CIMMYT *UCL *BADC, 1998)
Economic analysis of diversity in modern wheat
(CIMMYT; Science Publishers, 2009)
How did China feed itself in the past? How will China feed itself in the future?
Feeding China, the world's most populous nation with more than 1.2 billion people, presents challenges and issues that can be instructive for other developing countries, and of consequence to the global community through ...
The Impact of CIMMYT Wheat Germplasm on Wheat Productivity in China
(CGIAR Research Program on Wheat, 2015)
This study examines the factors that affected wheat total factor productivity (TFP) growth in China, with a focus on China’s collaboration with the wheat breeding program of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement ...
Wheat and wheat breeding in China