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The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) is the global leader in publicly-funded maize and wheat research and related farming systems.
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New CIMMYT research shows how combining existing drip irrigation and conservation agriculture can result in 40% less water use in and systems. Watch to learn more.
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Calling all change-makers! Do you have talent for and passion for the UN ? Apply to be one of the talents who will collaborate on solutions to the world’s most pressing problems:
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Drones, ear analyzer and high-throughput phenotyping platforms: how digital imaging tools make maize breeding much more efficient:
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CIMMYT Mar 23
A breakthrough study demonstrates how rice and can be grown using 40% less water, through an combination of existing irrigation and cropping techniques:
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CIMMYT Mar 22
See our latest story here: Ethiopia calls for continued collaboration to increase wheat production and meet nutri...
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CIMMYT Mar 22
We identified common genetic bases for yield, and RUE for the first time. This has important implications for researchers, breeders, geneticists, plant scientists and biologists,” says CIMMYT wheat physiologist Gemma Molero.
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CIMMYT Mar 22
Learn how Living Standard Measurement Survey data can help us to better understand how African youth engage in the rural economy:
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CIMMYT Mar 22
Agriculture currently accounts for 70% of global water withdrawals mostly for irrigation. CIMMYT agronomists are developing farming methods that conserve water by protecting the soil and retaining moisture.
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MartinKropff Mar 22
Edith Feskens on nutrition in our ⁦⁩ retreat ⁦⁩ in Hotel de Wereld! It is all about healthy diets and wheat and maize are an important part of it!
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CIMMYT Mar 22
Anzuma Begam’s yields are an inspiration to her community in . Learn why:
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ACIAR Mar 19
Less than two weeks until the Seeds of Change Conference kicks off at . A reminder you can watch the keynote addresses live via our YouTube Channel and join the conversation at .
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CIMMYT Mar 22
Learn how researchers are solving the “last mile” challenge of maize seeds
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CIMMYT Mar 22
CIMMYT promotes Conservation Agriculture techniques that offer smallholder farmers a low-cost alternative to chemical fertilizers, saving farmers money and reducing environmental damage and greenhouse gas emissions.
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IWMI Mar 22
is IWMI’s campaign for more inclusive water governance. Join us on a journey through major river basins where social inequalities hinder our ability to move forward together. Stop #1: Nepal.
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CIMMYT Mar 22
Learn how digital imaging tools make maize breeding much more efficient:
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MartinKropff Mar 22
Agriculture currently accounts for 70% of global withdrawals. , BISA, Punjab Agricultural University & tested irrigation and cropping techniques to determine the optimal mix of approaches that will help farmers save water and money.
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MartinKropff Mar 22
⁩ Board of Trustees visit ⁦⁩. Great inspirational talks by Scholten Giller and Aarts. Great further options for collaboration!
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CIMMYT Mar 22
How can we improve and reduce contamination in maize? New research suggests with provitamin A:
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CIMMYT Mar 22
currently accounts for 70% of global withdrawals mostly for irrigation. Learn how CIMMYT scientists and agronomists are developing farming innovations and techniques to promote sustainable water use.
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Jerome&Alina Mar 22
Steve Corak Gustavo Teixeira (module 4) & Biswanath Das from Platform visit to Naivasha Maize Lethal Necrosis facility. ''Very good processes and tools in place'' thanks to leadership.
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