High yielding wheat varieties with heat and drought tolerance
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Wheat is an important food crop globally is facing serious threats from impacts of climate change, such as rising temperatures, recurring droughts and floods, and emergence of new pests and diseases like stripe rust, yellow rust and stem rust (Ug99).
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Author: Bishaw, Zewdie; 0000-0003-1763-3712; ORCIDDate: 2016-10-14Type: ManualStatus: Open accessThis book is the grandstand of the collaborative endeavors of diverse stakeholders in addressing the challenges of wheat production and wheat rusts in Ethiopia within the context of the international efforts across Africa ...
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