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CIMMYT Annual Report 1995-1996: The next 30 years
In this Report, readers will find considerable evidence of change in CIMMYT, beyond that reflected in the bricks and mortar of our new Genetic Resources Center. For example, we highlight several initiatives involving our ...
CIMMYT 1989 Annual report: Beyond subsistance -- New options for Asian farmers
The productivity of Asia's agriculture has increased dramatically during the past quarter century, enabling many of the region's poor to move beyond subsistence. For the region to move further along that path, while ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 2001-2002: Diversity to heal the Earth and feed its people
In my new role as CIMMYT’s Director General, I am pleased to present this report on our latest research. We have called our report Diversity to Heal the Earth and Feed its People to emphasize the immense value of diversity ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 1994: Modern maize and wheat varieties - Vital to sustainable agriculture and food security
In recent annual reports, we have focused on the major problems impeding global development (poverty, environmental degratation, rapid population growth), how they interrelate and reinforce one another, and the role of ...
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. ...
CIMMYT Annual Report 2012: Agricultural research for development improves food security
Farmers – particularly smallholders – are where it all starts. Based on field-based evidence and on CIMMYT experiences of nearly 50 years, providing small-scale farmers with high-yielding, disease-resistant and climate-ready ...
CIMMYT in 1992: Poverty, the environment, and population growth - The way forward
These problems affect virtually all developing countries, and through them, all humankind. CIMMYT's job is to produce new maize and wheat technologies that both increase agricultural productivity and project natural ...
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 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 ...