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Title: International Training course on Breeding approaches for enhancing genetic gains in Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals in India Author:Date: 2018-12-10Type: ImageStatus: Timeless limited accessGroup photo of the International Training course on Breeding approaches for enhancing genetic gains in Grain Legumes and Dryland Cereals. 10-14 December 2018. New Delhi, India.
Author:Date: 2019-03-08Type: NewsletterStatus: Open accessA study in Tanzania and Myanmar analyzed consumer acceptance of pigeonpea, millets and sorghum in a variety of forms in both rural and urban markets. The crops were trialed to diversify staples to improve nutrition and ...
Title: Adoption level, yield and constraints in Indian barley (Hordeum vulgare) cultivation: Insights from baseline data for identifying livelihood prospects Author:Date: 2018-08-01Type: Journal ArticleStatus: Open accessBarley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is an important nutritious cereal in India with growing demand for malt preparation, brewing and food industries. Over years, declining acreage along with distorted production becomes a major ...
Author:Date: 2018-09-01Type: Journal ArticleStatus: Open accessInvestigating and improving malting quality in barley is long-standing objective worldwide. Genotype by environment interactions (G x E) result inconsistent genotypic performance and obstruct realization of quality traits ...
Author:Date: 2019-03-15Type: ReportStatus: Timeless limited accessThe Tigers and Euphrates rivers are the main sources of water supply in Iraq; these two sources are largely utilized in agriculture sector which consumers about 85 % of the total quantity received. However, with haphazard ...