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CIMMYT review 1977
Plant breeding; Genetic resources; Innovation adoption; Plant biotechnology; Seed production; Food security; Sustainability; Research policies; Economic analysis; Cropping systems; Agricultural research; Organization of ...
CIMMYT review 1975
Maize; Wheat; Plant breeding; Genetic resources; Innovation adoption; Plant biotechnology; Seed production; Food security; Sustainability; Research policies; Economic analysis; Cropping systems; Agricultural research; ...
Results of the tenth International Triticale Yield Nursery (ITYN) 1978-79
The 10th International Triticale Yield Nursery (ITYN) was sent in August and September 1978 to be grown by cooperators in their spring seasons of 1978-79. Nurseries went to 96 locations in 36 countries. The 25 advanced ...
Turkey's wheat research and training project
Information about the program for wheat improvement in Turkey by CIMMYT
1978 Annual report: CIMMYT Regional Maize Program Central America, Panama and the Caribbean
This report summarizes the 1978 activities of the Regional Maize Program for Central America, Panama and the Caribbean and is based upon the work of two CIMMYT maize scientists assigned to work full time for the region. ...
Wheat x rye = triticale
Intensive triticale breeding at CIMMYT during the past decade has brought this "man-made" crop to the brink of commercial cultivation by farmers in the tropics and subtropics.
Trigo x centeno = triticale
El intensivo trabajo genotécnico realizado con triticale en el CIMMYT durante la década pasada, ha llevado a este cultivo "hecho por el hombre" al umbral de su explotaci6n comercial por agricultores del trópico y subtrópico.
Rust and smut diseases of wheat in India
(Division of Mycology and Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, 1970)
Wheat diseases in India were last summarized in 1961. During the last 2 years extensive nationwide disease surveys were made. This paper describes the current situation for rust and smuts only. The three rusts, brown, ...
National production programs for introducing high-quality protein maize in developing countries
Spurred by the needs of a protein-hungry world, maize research has moved rapidly over the past 10 years. Maize breeders, biochemists, and nutritionists have combined their efforts to develop maize varieties and hybrids ...