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Results of the seventh International Spring Wheat Yield Nursery (ISWYN), 1970-1971
The Seventh International Spring Wheat Yield Nursery (ISWYN) was composed of 50 spring wheat varieties from 18 different countries. Eighty-nine sets of this experiment were distributed to cooperators in 42 countries.Sixt ...
The adoption of new bread wheat technology in selected regions of Turkey
The study described in the following chapters is one of series aimed at enlarging understanding of the factors impinging on the adoption of new maize and wheat technology. Better understanding of the elements shaping the ...
Demonstrations of an interdisciplinary approach to planning adaptive agricultural research programmes
(CIMMYT Eastern African Economics Programme, 1979)
Area based development programmes aimed at improving the incomes of small farmers are a major concern of governments in less developed countries. New technology is the foundation of these prograrmnes and the selection of ...
India's high yielding varieties programme in wheat 1966-67 to 1971-72
The remarkable increase in wheat production in India since mid-sixties merits a close look. An explanation of the phenomenon of major breakthrough in wheat production, which sharply contrasts with relative stagnation in ...
Institutional Memories, Collection donated by Dr. Julio Huerta
Wheat Engineers 1972
Instrucciones para el manejo del: Ensayo Internacional de Adaptacion de Maiz (IMAN)
Ha sido reconocido desde hace mucho tiempo que el maíz difiere grandemente en su respuesta a ambientes diferentes. Muchas variedades muestran una adaptación específica a una gama muy restringida de factores climáticos o ...
CIMMYT Staff and Chinese visitors