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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 ...
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. ...
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 ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1977
World wheat production for the year ending mid-1977 was 413 million metric tons, an all-time record (U.S.D.A. World Grain Situation, Nov. 11, 1977). Collectively, the developing nations also produced a record crop, totaling ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1978
The use of multiline varieties, described elsewhere in this report, offers one excellent option for slowing down the build-up of a rust epidemic and thereby permits the crop to mature without damage. The writer and his ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1985-86
World wheat production each year continues to exceed the previous year's record. Worldwide production stood at 522 million metric tons (MMT) in 1985 (With 203 MMT in developing countries). In 1986 a new record level of 534 ...
CIMMYT Report on maize improvement 1976-77
In 1976 and 1977, our maize scientists worked alongside national program scientists in 45 countries. We had firsthand looks at international trials and at production problems in farmers' fields. We also contacted former ...
CIMMYT 1984 Annual report
CIMMYT's primary research thrust is to assist crop scientists from developing countries to produce improved maize, wheat, and triticale varieties that are capable of high and dependable yields on farmers' fields. Priority ...
CIMMYT 1983 Annual report
CIMMYT's primary research thrust is to assist crop scientists from developing countries to produce improved maize, wheat, triticale, and barley varieties that are capable of high and dependable yields on farmers' fields. ...