New publications: Durum wheat selection under zero tillage increases early vigor and is neutral to yield
Researchers demonstrate that CIMMYT’s durum wheat lines can be grown, bred, and selected under zero tillage or conventional tillage conditions without negatively affecting yield.
CSISA publishes policy and research note on how to develop balanced nutrient management innovations in the region.
Researchers identify national policies, climate and soil fertility changes, population increase, and urban expansion as the major drivers of farming systems change in the Hawassa area of Ethiopia.
Researchers present highlights from 40 years of collaboration on wheat genomics, breeding for disease resistance and quality improvement.
New study provides recommendations to help female-headed households cope with market volatility.
An agricultural organization led by indigenous Santal women is also benefiting low-income Muslim women.
Researchers analyze irrigation service providers to understand how different business models and pump types affect pricing and water conservation.
Paper describes mindset and skills required to go from pilot project to sustainable systemic change at scale.
Researchers suggest agro-ecological approaches be promoted as a core component of integrated pest management programs.
The role of fertilizer traders as agricultural extension agents in Bangladesh.
This research is especially significant for countries where the health burdens of exposure to aflatoxin and prevalence of vitamin A deficiency converge with high rates of maize consumption.
New publications: Identifying common genetic bases for yield, biomass and radiation use efficiency in spring wheat
The study opens the door for a series of important biological questions about the role of RUE in yield potential and in the ability to increase grain biomass.
Authors examine how smallholders attempt to innovate with improved wheat seed, row planting, and the broad bed maker, introduced through the Ethiopian agricultural extension system.
Resource-poor farmers worldwide stand to gain from developments in the field of crop modelling.