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Regional wheat workshop: eastern, Central and Southern Africa, and Indian Ocean
(NPBS; CIMMYT, 1985)
It is well recognised that the rate of development 1n agriculture, is greatly influenced, among other factors, by the quality of national institutions responsible for research and development programmes. The availability ...
Teaching notes on the diagnostic phase of OFR/FSP concepts, principles and procedure
This document was put together using the various publications of CIMMYT and lecture material delivered by CIMMYT staff and other resource people who participated in our training workshops in the region and elsewhere. This ...
Report of an ARPT/CIMMYT networkshops on the role of rural sociology and anthropology in farming systems research and extension
(CIMMYT Eastern and Southern Africa Economics Programme, 1985)
This report summarises the proceedings of the ARPT/CIMMYT networkshop on "The Role of Rural Sociology (and Anthropology) in Farming Systems Research". The Workshop was held at the Ridgeway Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia from the ...
Report of a seminar for senior agricultural research administrators from Eastern and Southern Africa
Dr. Don Winkelmann welcomed participants to Nairobi and outlined briefly the purpose of the meeting; to exchange views on the potential and present status of On Farm Research with a Farming Systems Perspective (OFR/FSP) ...
The economics of small-scale wheat production technologies for Kenya
Kenya is a net importer of wheat and is projected to remain so to the end of this century. Wheat is grown in Kenya using mechanized production methods that differ little from what might be observed in many industrialized ...
Regional symposium on wheat and triticale
(Institute of Agronomical Studies; CIMMYT, 1980)
The regional Symposium of wheat and Triticale held in Rwanda in 1980 brought together French speaking and English speaking wheat and triticale workers in Africa. Their presentations have been edited to a minimum in order ...
South, Central and East Afica in conjunction with the Inaugural Biennial Meeting of the AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION OF ZAMBIA at Mount Makulu Research Station, Chilanga
This first ever Wheat Workshop being held here at Mount Makulu Central Research Station, and which has been jointly organized by the wheat researchers in my ministry and the Agricultural Science Association of Zambia. Mr. ...
Towards self sufficiency
This workshop aims to create a better awareness among maize researchers of their mutual problems and approaches to solving them, as well as to strengthen regional cooperation.
First detection of Pseudomonas fuscovaginae on maize and sorghum in Burundi
(American Phytopathological Society (APS), 1989)
Pseudomonas fuscovaginae was isolated from brown rot lesions on leaf sheaths and husks of maize at the silking stage and on flag leaf sheaths of sorghum at the booting stage in smallholders’ fields between 1,450 and 2,100 ...