In the northwestern province of Pakistan, CIMMYT is helping connect farmers with precision planters to support higher maize yields and incomes.
Scientists are working to catalyze local farming and help meet the rapidly rising regional demand wheat.
Joint team recognized for their work on rice residue management using the Super Straw Management System, or Super SMS.
Abdul Fatah, Khanal and Molero are helping pave the way for the next generation of female scientists.
In 2017, CIMMYT sent 150 tons of new and improved maize seed to the Caribbean nation to jump-start its maize seed sector, improve food security and decrease malnutrition.
Call for interest: Development trait prioritization as part of a sub-Saharan African crop variety replacement strategy
The CGIAR Excellence in Breeding Platform (EiB) is looking to provide matching funding for two projects.
Projects are looking at scaling strategies to go beyond the numbers reached within a project and include sustainability and transformation.
The CIMMYT community honors the memory of John A. Mihm, CIMMYT’s maize entomologist during the 1970s-90s,
Job openings, research opportunities, internships and tenders.
Open to young women and men below 35 years of age who are implementing innovations in African maize-based agri-food systems.
The developing world’s appetite for wheat is growing swiftly, driven in part by rising incomes, rapid urbanization and the expansion of families where both spouses work outside the house.
Tamaya Peressini’s project aimed to evaluate adult plant resistance to tan spot in wheat.
Resource-poor farmers worldwide stand to gain from developments in the field of crop modelling.
EAT-Lancet Commission offers a roadmap for a global food system that provides a healthy, sustainable diet for the world’s 10 billion people by 2050.
Faster and better-quality certification, a game-changer for African farmers?