International Wheat Improvement Network (IWIN)
CIMMYT researchers and partners are applying genomics, remote sensing and big data analysis to fortify the crop against climate-related stresses.
Bottlenecks between basic and applied plant science jeopardize life-saving crop improvements.
Source: Financial Times (7 Nov 2017)
Research into future-proof crops is needed to combat hunger, conflict and migration.
CIMMYT wheat physiologist Matthew Reynolds presents a new proposal for expanding the wheat network to include other major food crops and speed farmers’ adoption of vital technologies.
For hundreds of international agricultural development experts, an annual gathering in northern Mexico provides a vital platform for sharing and debating the latest wheat breeding news and research.