• <a href="/posters">Wheat is Science</a>
  • 2017 WIT Award Winners (l. - r.) Margaret Krause, Ritika Chowdhary, Sarrah Ben M’Barek-Ben Romdhane, Tine Thach, Weizhen Liu, and Silvia Germán (Mentor Award)
  • Now available online
  • The next phase of the BGRI

The Borlaug Global Rust Initiative:

  • reduces the world’s vulnerability to stem, yellow, and leaf rusts of wheat;
  • facilitates the evolution of sustainable international partnerships to contain the threat of wheat rusts, and
  • enhances world productivity to withstand future threats to wheat.

BGRI Blog

  • Women in Triticum Spotlight: Chhavi Tiwari
    Tessa Schneider · 31 Jul 2017

    Continuing our series of updates of past Women in Triticum award, Chavvi Tiwari is a 2014 recipient of the Women in Triticum Early Career Award.

     

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  • Developing heat and drought tolerant wheat for Asia and Africa
    Wuletaw Tadesse · 17 Jul 2017

    Wheat is the most important and strategic crop at global level, and in Central and West Asia and North Africa (CWANA) region in particular. It is estimated that the CWANA region produces more than...+ More