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Significant discoveries have been made for the potential improvement of production of groundnut in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Maize varieties with connections to CGIAR germplasm account for 34% of the total maize area in 2015 in 18 sub-Saharan African countries, discover researchers.

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Director General’s visit to Ethiopia consolidates existing partnerships and finds new opportunities for collaboration.

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Recent shifts in how scaling is approached have helped alter attitudes toward how change happens, and we are now approaching a tipping point for doing scaling better.

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CIMMYT experts share latest updates in efforts to achieve feed self-sufficiency and more sustainable agrifood systems in Nepal.

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The CIMMYT–China collaboration over four decades has added some 10.7 million additional tons of wheat to China’s national wheat output.

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CIMMYT discovers and validates new science, translates it into innovations, and scales them up for farmers and society.

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CIMMYT’s Board of Trustees were impressed with MasAgro’s outcomes in Mexico and its potential for replication in Africa.

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CIMMYT’s experimental station in Obregón is a mecca for wheat research and breeding, where scientists have access to state-of-the-art field facilities and an ideal location.

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New manual helps standardize field trial data collection across Afghanistan.

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The developments will create capacity for national and international research and improve processes for disease screening in wheat.

Features

CIMMYT and its partners provide training on hybrid maize seeds to value chain actors from South Asia.

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A renewed three-and-a-half-year commitment in India to strengthen gains made in mainstreaming innovations and agri-extension research in national systems, with emphasis on institutionalizing research delivery systems and cross-learning opportunities.

Explainers

Discover how CIMMYT scientists support getting new improved seeds to farmers fields, faster.

Features

Farmers in Ethiopia’s lowlands trialed usage of the Kingbird wheat variety, with promising results for improved yield and increased income.