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Puccinia striiformis

Puccinia striiformis: (Wheat Stripe Rust)

Publication Date: April, 2015

Section Titles: Background Information, Introduction, Known Distribution, Description and Biology, Host Crops and Other Plants, Potential Distribution

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Cicadulina mbila

Cicadulina mbila (Naudé): (Maize Leafhopper)

Publication Date: September, 2014
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 Striga asiatica

Striga asiatica: (Witchweed)

Publication Date: September, 2014

Section Titles: Background Information, Introduction, Known Distribution, Description and Biology, Host Crops and Other Plants, Potential Distribution

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Cover Atlas of African Ag

Cereal Crops

Publication Date: January, 2014
Cereals are grown in all of Africa except for desert and forested areas.  The cereal area is about 30 percent maize, 23 percent sorghum, 21 percent millet, 9 percent wheat, and 9 percent ric
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Right-Sizing Stem-Rust Research

Publication Date: April, 2013

We estimate global wheat losses over the past 50 years absent investments in research to limit impacts of stem rust and discuss how this can inform decisions about “right-sizing” research investments.

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Measuring the Global Occurrence and Probabilistic Consequences of Wheat Stem Rust

Publication Date: April, 2013

This technical note describes the methods and data sources used to generate the results reported in: Pardey et al. (2013).

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A Strategic Look at Global Wheat Production, Productivity and R&D Developments

Publication Date: January, 2011

The 20th century began with a rapid ramping up of national investments in and institutions engaged with research for food and agriculture.

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Potential Impact of Investments in Drought Tolerant Maize in Africa

Publication Date: January, 2010

Study evaluates the potential impacts of 'Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa' project run by CIMMYT and IITA in 13 sub-Saharan African countries.

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Adoption of Best Management Practices to Control Weed Resistance by Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Growers

Publication Date: January, 2009

This study examined adoption of 10 best management practices (BMPs) to control weed resistance to herbicides using data from a survey of more than 1,000 US corn, cotton, and soybean growers.

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Characteristics of Herbicides and Weed-Management Programs Most Important to Corn, Cotton, and Soybean Growers

Publication Date: January, 2009

The introduction and rapid adoption of herbicide-tolerant crops has renewed interest in better understanding the characteristics of herbicides and weed-management programs that are important to growers besides profitability.

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