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CIMMYT's approach to breeding for wide adaptation
The wheat area in developing countries, including China, is around 100 million ha. To address the needs of these very diverse wheat growing areas, CIMMYT has defined 12 wheat mega-environments (ME). A ME is defined as ...
New wheats for a secure, sustainable future
This paper reviews strategies used by CIMMYT and its partners to develop sustainable wheat production systems for favored and marginal areas. These strategies aim to achieve an optimal combination of the best genotypes ...
International Workshop of the Wheat Yield Consortium, 1. Proceedings; CENEB, CIMMYT, Cd. Obregon, Sonora, Mexico; 1-3 Mar 2011
The abstracts herein are of presentations by crop experts for the workshop ?Wheat Yield consortium: Sponsored by SAGARPA?s international strategic component for increasing wheat performance, under the Sustainable Modernization ...
International TRIGO (Wheat) Yield Potential, Proceedings; Cd. Obregon, Sonora, Mexico;24-26 Mar 2015
The abstracts herein are of presentations by crop experts for the “TRIGO (Wheat) Yield Potential Workshop”. Sponsored by SAGARPA’s international strategic component for increasing wheat performance, under the Sustainable ...
Wheat breeding: Objectives, methodology, and progress
Wheat genetic resources enhancement by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) acts as a catalyst and leader in a global maize and wheat innovation network that serves the poor in the developing world. Drawing on strong science and effective ...
Wheat improvement: Highlights from an expert symposium