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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

  • 2019 Women in Triticum award winners announced at CIMMYT visitor week
    Samantha Hautea · 20 Mar 2019

    The Delivering Genetic Gain in Wheat (DGGW) project’s new cohort of Women in Triticum awardees was announced March 20 at the International Center for Maize and Wheat Improvement (CIMMYT).

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  • DGGW surveillance training in 2018-19 in South Asia
    Aishwariya Varadan K., Richa Kapur and Rituparna Majumder · 27 Feb 2019

    Wheat disease surveillance facilitates the targeted release of rust resistant wheat varieties and/or the withdrawal of susceptible varieties. It has been an essential aspect of the Delivering...+ More


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