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SUBJECT: amerique du sud; usa; parasitoide; florida; amerique latine

POSTED TO: International Journal of Pest Management (United Kingdom)

During 1992-96, a collaborative project involving genebanks of 14 countries in Latin America, with economic and/or technical support from USDA under project Noah, the USDA-ARS National Seed Storage Laboratory (NSSL), and CIMMYT, rescued nearly 7,000 endangered collections of maize landraces and strengthened cooperation on maize genetic resource conservation and management in the Americas. This ...

SUBJECT: usa; chili; amerique latine; plant breeding; brasil

POSTED TO: CIMMYT Maize Program Special Report (CIMMYT)

[Latin American program of IIMI]

Betranou, A. et al. [1993]

SUBJECT: riego; chili; brazil; economic situation; amerique latine

SUBJECT: foods; amerique latine; control de enfermedades; plant breeding; brasil

Ajuste macroeconomico y sector agropecuario en America Latina

Garramon, C. J.Reca, L.DallÀcqua, F.Cox, M.Silvia, A.Scobie, G.Luiselli, C.Caferata, J. P.Quezada, N.Nores [1988]

SUBJECT: chili; brazil; amerique latine; brasil; peru

This publication describes in collaborative efforts to conserve, document, and characterize seed collections of maize from the Americas over the last decade, as reported in a workshop at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), June 1-5, 1998, and involving participants from North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean. Topics covered include methodologies for form ...

SUBJECT: usa; chili; amerique latine; caractere agronomique; plant breeding

Increased production of rice has led to a lower price of rice for the consumers. Since rice is a staple food and principal source of calorie for the 20lower-income people of Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), this has benefit the poor throughout the region. The adaptation of the Asian green revolution to LAC and the release and adoption of high yielding varieties (HYV) was responsible for ...

SUBJECT: arroz; redes de investigación; brazil; oryza sativa; équateur