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Research highlights of the CIMMYT Wheat Program 1999-2000
This volume presents the latest results from a global research program that continues to be one of the most successful of all time. Throughout the developing world, food prices are lower and malnutrition has declined, ...
Managing trials and reporting data for CIMMYT's International Maize Testing Program
This publication provides detailed information and guidelines on trial management and data collection for the various types of trials that make up CIMMYT's international maize testing program. These are distributed to some ...
CIMMYT International Maize Testing Program: 1994 final report
The 1994 final report of the international maize testing program covers trials sent to cooperators in 1994 and for which data were received by May 1, 1996. It also includes trial results from 1993 for which data arrived ...
CIMMYT Maize International Testing Program 1983: final report
The 1983 Final Report of the International Maize Testing Program includes trial summaries of data received from February 16 to December 15, 1984. Data from 1983 trials received after December 16, 1984 will be in cluded as ...
CIMMYT report on wheat improvement 1978
World wheat production for the year ending in mid-1978 dropped to 382 million tonnes (metric tons) from the record mid-1977 level of 415 million tonnes (USDA World Agricultural Situation, 18 December 1978). Most of the ...
CIMMYT report on wheat improvement 1979
The year 1979 was a good one for wheat production in many developing countries. India and Pakistan registered new records of 34.7 and just under 10.0 million tons, respectively. Turkey produced more than 16 million tons, ...
CIMMYT report on wheat improvement 1983
The CIMMYT Wheat Program strives to increase the production of bread wheat, durum wheat, triticale, and barley in developing countries by helping to improve the productivity of the resources used by the millions of Third ...
Report on the identification of stem and leaf rust resistance for the second International Durum Screening Nursery (IDSN)
This summary is intended to supply the cooperators of the Second International Durum Screening Nursery with information on the more desirable seedling and adult plant responses to selected races of stem rust. Additional ...
Newsletter / Bulletin
Safeguarding the world's wheat harvests from stem rust: a global initiative
Wheat is grown on more than 200 million hectares worldwide and is a source of food and livelihoods for hundreds of millions in developing countries. Until the advent of science-based agriculture, world wheat harvests were ...