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A guide to the CIMMYT bread wheat program
This special report is an updated introduction to the CIMMYT Bread Wheat Program. It is designed to help acquaint trainees, visiting scientists, mid-career fellows, and other interested persons with the Program's philosophy, ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1979
The year 1979 was a good one for wheat production in many developing countries. India and Pakistan registered new records of 34.7 and just under 10.0 million tons, respectively. Turkey produced more than 16 million tons, ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1984
World wheat production in 1984 reached about 520 million metric tons (MT), exceeding the previous year's record. Among developed nations, the countries of Western and Eastern Europe experienced the greatest increases; ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1983
The CIMMYT Wheat Program strives to increase the production of bread wheat, durum wheat, triticale, and barley in developing countries by helping to improve the productivity of the resources used by the millions of Third ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1980
At this time, the six subprogram reports include bread wheat, durum wheat, triticale, barley, wide crosses and regional activities. These reports will be augmented each year with an in-depth examination of one of the crop ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1982
The CIMMYT Wheat Improvement Program serves all the major wheat, triticale and barley-producing countries of the developing world. We maintain the widest possible variation in our germplasm so that advanced materials which ...
CIMMYT Report on wheat improvement 1981
The global wheat situation in 1981 was characterized by a continuation of trends note in our introduction to the 1980 CIMMYT Report on Wheat Improvement. Wheat production in the developing countries of the world again ...
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 ...