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DGGW inaugurates new seed systems initiative in Nepal

“I have been farming for the last 50 years.

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Venkat Aditya · 22 Feb 2017

CIMMYT scientist cautions against new threats from wheat rust diseases

Scientists are concerned over the proliferation of highly virulent fungal wheat diseases, including two new races of yellow rust – one in

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Julie Mollins · 8 Feb 2017

Sounding the Alarm: more wheat rusts incoming

The first week of February saw notices and alarms sounding for new wheat rust races that are threatening vital wheat growing areas.

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John Bakum · 3 Feb 2017

NOW ONLINE! “The Art & Science of Rust Pathology & Applied Plant Breeding”

ITHACA, NY: The BGRI is ringing in the new year by unveiling a whole new set of wheat resources and tools on the website.

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Linda McCandless · 30 Jan 2017

Cornell receives UK support to aid scientists fighting threats to global wheat supply

Cornell University will receive $10.5M in UK aid investment from the British people to help an international consortium of plant breeders, pathologists and surveillance experts overcome diseases hindering global food security efforts.

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Linda McCandless · 25 Jan 2017

Pablo Olivera discusses wheat and Ethiopia

Dr. Pablo Olivera summed up one of the issues facing the world’s wheat yields; “It’s not just a Ug99 problem, it’s a rust problem.”

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John Bakum · 21 Dec 2016

Coffman speaks on agrobiodiversity in India

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Ronnie Coffman, vice-chair of the Borlaug Global Rust Initiative, was a keynote speaker at the 1st International Agrobiodiversity Congress (IAC) held in New Delhi, India, November 6-9, 2016. Over 850 delegates from more than 40 countries were in attendance.

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Linda McCandless · 30 Nov 2016

Taking the Scientists to the Rust

Saha Bir Rai doesn't see stem rust in his fields in Bhutan. “We have wheat varieties but we don’t understand levels or types of rust,” said the senior plant protection officer in the Division of Pest Surveillance at Bhutan’s National Plant Protection Center.

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Cally Arthur · 27 Oct 2016

WIT Focus: Caixia Lan

Caixia Lan, from China, and currently working at CIMMYT, was a WIT winner in 2011. Since then, she has been focusing on identifying adult plant resistance (APR) gene to leaf rust, stripe rust, and stem rust in bread and durum wheats, and breeding durable rust resistant wheat cultivars.

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Tessa Schneider · 26 Oct 2016

WIT Focus: Jemanesh Kifetew Haile

BACKGROUND: What is your current professional position, title, affiliation, responsibilities? How long have you been in this position?

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Tessa Schneider · 1 Sep 2016