Strategies to reduce the emerging wheat stripe rust disease
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Richard Sanders, Osman Abdalla, Michael Devlin, Michael Baum, Kumarse Nazari. (9/6/2011). Strategies to reduce the emerging wheat stripe rust disease. Aleppo, Syrian Arab Republic: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).
Synthesis of a dialog between policy makers and scientists from 31 countries at: International Wheat Stripe Rust Symposium, Aleppo, Syria, April 2011 This report provides a synthesis of concepts, practices and interventions coming from ICARDA’s research program with country partners on improving livelihoods, performance of agricultural production systems and sustainable agriculture in the world’s dry areas. It aims to provide decision makers and development professionals with new and practical perspectives – to add value to their programs and inform decision making on agriculture and rural development policies, practices and programs in the world’s dry areas.
climate change; crop improvement; disease control; plant breeding; policies; central asia; epidemiology; arid zones; north africa; agricultural research; highlands; plant diseases; developing countries; yellow rust; stem rust; plant protection; puccinia striiformis; development policies; crop losses; middle east; stripe rust; disease resistance; Wheat