Discovering the potential of multispectral UAV and satellite sensors in detecting wheat rust in EthiopiaEnvironmental health and biodiversity
Sensor technology is an efficient mitigator of crop epidemic and global food security risks.
Scientists revealed a vast diversity in the genetic resources of sorghum and provided a pathway for selecting promising genotypes for regions prone to drought in sub-Saharan Africa.
Innovative approaches to incorporating gender considerations into Seed Production Technology for Africa.
Generating evidence and contributing to discussions and policy actions for inclusive and impactful agrifood systems, leading researchers from CIMMYT working with various stakeholders—including rural women farmers in Asia and Africa—converge in New Delhi at the 2023 CGIAR GENDER Impact Platform and ICAR Conference.
New survey identifies opportunities for redesigning crop varieties to win the race between climate change and food security.
CIMMYT and JIRCAS research aims to identify the mechanisms plants use to mitigate nitrogen losses.
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.
CIMMYT research helps meet Sustainable Development Goals through engagement of scientists and stakeholders in participatory action research.
In a recent report, CIMMYT scientists examine trade-offs between labor and biodiversity.
Improving the distribution and use of nitrogen fertilizer — skewed by price hikes and outdated subsidies — can raise maize, wheat, and rice production in Africa and South Asia, while saving on fertilizer and addressing both food security and climate crisis concerns, a new study finds.
Wheat output in Africa and South Asia will suffer severely from climate change by 2050, modelling study showsClimate adaptation and mitigation
Crop simulation models predict that climate change will lower global wheat production by 2050 in Africa and South Asia, where food security is already threatened.
Farm mechanization contributes to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of No Poverty (SDG-1) and Zero Hunger (SDG-2), with very small farms facing acute labor shortages benefited the most.
New research estimates impact of farmer adaptation to climate change on maize, wheat, rice, sorghum and soybean.
CIMMYT researchers comb through data to enumerate the benefits, and costs, of specific climate mitigation initiatives in the AFOLU sector of Mexico.