CIMMYT and JIRCAS research aims to identify the mechanisms plants use to mitigate nitrogen losses.
Source: NewsDay (7 Sep 2023)
CIMMYT in partnership with various research institutions, seeks to increase livestock production and productivity by farmers through the Livestock Production Systems in Zimbabwe (LIPS-Zim) project.
CIMMYT highlights the value of neglected crops in Latin America through new methodologies and initiatives.
New study by CIMMYT researchers shows how multi-temporal, high-resolution satellite images can be used effectively to monitor breeding maize and wheat breeding plots in diverse environments.
Source: Michigan News (1 Sep 2023)
New study analyzes historical data on groundwater levels, climate and crop water stress to look for recent changes in withdrawal rates due to warming.
Source: Mongabay (28 Aug 2023)
CIMMYT research, Prasanna Boddupalli, emphasise the importance of reorienting food production systems and agricultural policy across the Congo Basin.
Breaking barriers and changing the leadership equation through women as catalysts of change.
New collaborative survey on local cropping systems provides rural work experience for students at Chaudhury Charan Singh Haryana Agriculture University.
Business-leader Altagracia Gómez Sierra calls for social profitability and the encouragement of young girls during talk on women’s leadership.
The Rockefeller Foundation announced the passing late last month of Gordon Conway, former Rockefeller Foundation President, from 1998 to 2004.
Source: Top African News ()
The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and CIMMYT emphasize the need for continued research and efforts to understand the variation in El Niño impacts on maize yields in southern Africa.
Young Nepalese farmers look towards prosperous futures in agriculture.
CIMMYT maize lines CML616A to CML647A have diverse trait combinations and are suitable for tropical/subtropical maize production environments.
The CGIAR Initiative on Agroecology is at the forefront of providing science-based evidence for the transformative nature of agroecology and its potential to bring about positive changes in food, land, and water systems in Zimbabwe.