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South Africa and CIMMYT: a growing partnership
Maize and wheat together represent about 94% of the total cereal area and about 95% of total cereal production in South Africa. CIMMYT has been a research partner with South Africa since the mid-1970s, dedicated to improving ...
CIMMYT training: investing in knowledge for researchers
The researchers who attend CIMMYT courses play a critical part in meeting their countries' national food security and resource conservation goals. They work on behalf of the world's poorest and most marginal farmers. CIMMYT ...
Genetic Resources Program: 2005 Highlights
The following summary tables present the latest logframe and priorities for the Genetic Resource Program. The major priority setting exercise was conducted during the GRP meeting held at La Mansion del Quixote, Xocotlan, ...
CIMMYT planning report: a look ahead 1980-86
The evolution of CIMMYT's programs has constantly been shaped by the accumulated experience of its staff and by continuing communication with agriculturists and planners in developing countries and international development ...
CIMMYT Publications catalogue 1999
This catalogue is intended to provide readers with the information they need to order our publications. The catalog is organized into several sections. The first section lists new and forthcoming publications of general ...
Annual report CIMMYT-IDGC Algeria 1977-78
The cereal needs of Algeria at present based on about 200 kg/head is 3.66 million M. tons. The population of 18.3 million has one of the highest growth rate (3.2) in the world. The average cereal crop is about 1.85 million ...
An information guide for CIMMYT trainees
The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) was established in its present form in 1966. It is an autonomous, non-profit, scientific and educational institution incorporated under Mexican law and governed ...
Training at CIMMYT
The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) is a non-profit agricultural research and training institution. Since its inauguration in 1966, CIMMYT's primary purpose has been to strengthen and support the ...
Training at CIMMYT
Training is a major CIMMYT activity. Through the years, training activities have evolved as an essential component in the development of improved agricultural technologies. The principal objective of CIMMYT's various ...
Visitors' guide to CIMMYT