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CIMMYT Annual Report 2004-2005: A solid future
Most people in the developing world depend directly or indirectly on agriculture for their livelihoods. Maize and wheat alone provide nearly half the food by weight and a quarter of the calories for the 4.9 billion people ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 2005-2006: Maize and wheat science for farmers, food, and livelihoods
In the strategic plan, “Seeds of Innovation,” CIMMYT outlined a focus and set its overall goals in conjunction with partners. Now we have taken the vision expressed in that document—one that sees CIMMYT as a key player in ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 2008-2009: Farming for our grandchildren's future - Maize and wheat agriculture and changing climates in developing countries
How can we do it? One idea is to substantially increase farmland, but that solution is problematic. Creating additional farmland would mean clear-cutting forests and jungles, damming more rivers, and escalating the pace ...
CIMMYT 1982 Annual report
A non-technical annual report summarizing CIMMYT's activities during the year, with emphasis in financial and special project reporting.
CIMMYT Annual Report 1969-1970: On progress toward increasing yields of maize and wheat
Throughout the developing world during the past decade, maize and wheat production has advanced as never before. In Mexico, for example, average yields of wheat progressed from about 2,200 kg/ha in 1960 to 3,200 in 1969-70. ...
CIMMYT Report 1966-67
This first annual report of the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center has a two-fold objective: 1) to set down in type the objectives, philosophy and broad policy outline of the Center and 2) to report on progress ...