Researchers in Zambia confirm the arrival of this devastating fungal disease to the African continent.
New project will research and promote the adoption of sustainable farming method and practices.
A team of scientists has completed one of the largest genetic analyses ever done of any agricultural crop to find desirable traits in wheat’s extensive and unexplored diversity.
CGIAR centers join efforts on agronomy research and innovation initiative to support agricultural productivity growth in the global South.
Portal will encourage rapid, iterative experimentation and global teamwork to address spread and impact of the invasive crop pest.
Presentations, abstracts and posters of major conference about agricultural production in water-limited environments are available for free.
Publication analyzes success factors of Wheat Seed Scaling project, which has benefited more than 131,000 rural households in Ethiopia.
New analysis shows benefits of conservation agriculture to crop performance, water efficiency and climate action in South Asia.
New research recommends targeted assistance and engagement with small farmers in rural Guatemala to improve livelihoods and reduce migration pressures.
China-based CIMMYT-JAAS screening station aims for global impact in the fight against deadly Fusarium head blight.
Review indicates positive health impacts from diverse diets that include not more than 50% carbohydrates and the right mix of grain-based foods.
Scientists develop an early warning system that delivers wheat rust predictions directly to farmers’ phones
New research describes a revolutionary early warning system that can predict and mitigate wheat rust diseases in Ethiopia.
Researchers argue data from small satellites can help target agricultural interventions to locations where impact will be greatest.
Large-scale genomics will improve the yield, climate-resilience, and quality of bread wheat, new study shows
Scientists identified significant new chromosomal regions for wheat yield and disease resistance, which will speed up global breeding efforts.
Extensive use of wild grass-derived “synthetic hexaploid wheat” adds diversity and resilience to modern bread wheat
New study shows that improved bread wheat varieties obtained from crosses of durum wheat and goat grass are helping to ensure the crop’s future.