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Proceedings of the first maize workshop
The impact of CIMMYT's outreach programs is largely dependent upon the quality of information, materials, training and coordination emanating from its core program in Mexico and from the highly effective cooperative network ...
CIMMYT review 1974
During the 6-month period ending March 1974, the staff of this center conducted t review of its own programs. Wheat scientists examined the research fields of maize. The maize staff examined the fields of wheat. The ...
CIMMYT review 1978
If we profile CIMMYT history in a diagram, we cannot chart a smooth upward-moving line; rather we see a series of steps - each step reflecting a new situation, new problems, -new oPPortunities, and sometimes new leadership ...
CIMMYT review 1982
CIMMYT Review 1982 is intended to provide highlights of CIMMYT program activities during 1981 for the informed layman. It is complemented by technical maize and wheat improvement reports, more than a dozen international ...
CIMMYT review 1981
CIMMYT's collaboration with agricultural scientists in over 120 developing countries continued to strengthen in 1980. New regional programs were establ ished for North and West Africa (wheat), West Africa (maize, in ...
Addressing climate change effects and meeting maize demand for Asia
(GMRI; CIMMYT, 2011)
This includes the extended summaries of the scientific presentations made during the 11th Asian Maize Conference held in Nanning, China, during 7-11 November 2011. The Conference is co-organized by the International Maize ...
Developing maize resistant to Stem borer and storage insect pests for Eastern and Southern Africa - IRMA III conventional (2009-2013): progress report 2010 submitted to the syngenta foundation for sustainable agriculture
Although maize is important for agriculture and livelihoods in eastern and southern Africa, its productivity is low, being only 1.3 t/ha compared 4.9 t/ha worldwide. Insect pests in the field and in storage are among the ...
Project extension proposal of food security in Bangladesh: improving wheat, maize and papaya production, and impacts of arsenic contamination.
CIMMYT began its work under USAID grand in July 2002 with programs running for 3 years except for the Transgenic Papaya program, which ends June 2007.Thus, this proposal entails the expansion and extension of the additional ...
Gene flow among maize landraces, improved maize varieties, and teosinte: Implications for transgenic maize
Proceedings of a forum organized by the Mexican National Institute of Forestry, Agriculture and Livestock Research (INIFAP), the Mexican National Agricultural Biosafety Committee (CNBA), and the International Maize and ...