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Maize Lethal Necrosis (MLN) screening facility, Naivasha: phytosanitary guidelines for MLN quarantine and screening site
(KALRO; CIMMYT, 2017)
The Maize Chlorotic Mottle Virus (MCMV) continues to pose serious challenges in eastern Africa despite its long existence in other parts of the world. The virus is transmitted by insect vectors incliding aphids, thrips and ...
MLN Research Station, Naivasha: a brief and visitors' guide
(CIMMYT; KARLO, 2016)
The KALRO/CIMMYT Naivasha sub-station for maize lethal necrosis (MLN) research occupies part of KALRO Naivasha Research Center and the Dairy Research Institute (DRI) located in Naivasha, Nakuru Country. The Dairy Research ...
MLN Gene Editing Project: new technology to fight maize lethal necrosis (2019-2021)
This project will use gene editing to develop maize lines tolerant to Maize Lethal Necrosis (MLN), a disease that reduces maize harvests in Kenya by nearly a quarter on average. Four MLN-susceptible lines will be edited ...
A sampling of CIMMYT impacts, 1999: new global and regional studies
CIMMYT and its partners engage in one of the world’s most ambitious humanitarian endeavors: together, we form a global wheat and maize improvement system that seeks to better the lives of millions of poor farmers and ...