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Annual Report 2015: Building resilience to risk
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 Annual Report 1972: On maize and wheat improvement
The year 1972 was a period of continued progress for CIMMYT and its network of collaborators. To summarize: significant scientific gains are described in this annual report for each branch of CIMMYT'scrop research. In-service ...
CIMMYT Report on maize improvement 1975
Scientists in 45 countries throughout the world now participate directly in CIMMYT's international maize progeny, experimental variety and elite experimental variety trials. And, in 1975, CIMMYT staff visited over 40 of ...
CIMMYT Report on maize improvement 1974
CIMMYT's maize program--which in 1974 included 154 separate progeny trials in 22 countries, and 84 experimental variety trials in 35 countries--was begun as a cooperative venture of the Government of Mexico and the Rockefeller ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 2017
In 2017, CIMMYT and partners were at the center of global responses to several grave challenges to maize and wheat agriculture. In South Asia, we supported the fast-track release by Bangladesh of a new variety that resists ...
CIMMYT 1982 Annual report
A non-technical annual report summarizing CIMMYT's activities during the year, with emphasis in financial and special project reporting.
Seeds of change: CIMMYT Annual Report 2019
In 2019, CIMMYT marked the end of a decade of achievements and the beginning of a decade of opportunities to improve peoples’ livelihoods. Groundbreaking crop research and partnerships offer opportunities for innovations ...
Harnessing the power of partnerships and innovation: CIMMYT Annual Report 2018
In response to shifting priorities of funding partners in 2018, the Center has pursued stability, organizational unity, efficiency, and strong science to make maize and wheat cropping systems more productive and durable. ...