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BGRI 2012 Technical Workshop in Beijing

A panel of world wheat relative importance of wheat farmers, lack of production, wheat diseases, disease management decisions they make about their awareness about the matter, and some of the successes They rust-resistant wheat varieties introduced by newly BGRI used. Ms. Makada Mohammed from Ethiopia, Syria, Mr. Ammar Martini, China Mingshui Mr. Huang and Mr. Gurjit value from Sirsa, India will share their experiences and answer questions. Session moderator Amor Yahyaoui CIMMYT Mexico also "challenged by war," BGRI video will premiere a new farmer.
The main objective is to organize the world's BGRI wheat rusts (yellow, brown and black Hindi Peela Ratua, Bhuraa Ratua Ratua rusts and black) in order to minimize the risk to advocate and facilitate the development of a sustainable international system are at risk for corrosion posed by. BGRI of wheat rusts a focused resource for scientists and policy makers.


Gurjit represent India from the perspective of the farmer, the wheat experts and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi, Directorate of Wheat Research (DWR), Karnal, scientists from PAU Ludhiana and Hyderabad Wheat Breeders Conference will highlight the scientific approach .
Ms. Aman Mann (D / o Gurjeet value), a young budding scientists and even bio Cornell University USA, China Agricultural College and other representatives from leading biotechnologists interact with early graduates to participate in the program has been has been offered. He was selected during several visits to the farm scientists while they were here in Sirsa wheat crop monitoring. He will accompany the delegates attending from India.

International cereal rust and powdery mildew BGRI conference workshop that will take place at the same location after the 1-4 in Beijing in September, will be held in China.
Gurjeet Mann, Mr Jagjit lost the details of the famous farmer, Dr. Khem Singh Gill, former Vice-Chancellor of the famous scientists dawn and dawn.
About BGRI: (Bourlaug Global Rust Initiative) Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in collaboration with Cornell University, a project of the United States.
International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento generally de Maiz y Trigo by its Spanish acronym CIMMYT) called both a non-profit research and training institute dedicated to the development of improved varieties of wheat and maize, the CIMMYT about, and introduce improved agricultural practices to farmers. It is located in Mexico
Dr. Norman E. Borlaug (affectionately called the father of the Green Revolution) about
Norman Ernest Borlaug (March 25, 1914 - 12 September 2009) is an American agronomist, humanitarian, Nobel laureate and father of the Green Revolution "was named. Borlaug six Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal One of the guys had won., he was awarded the Padma Vibhushan, India's second highest civilian honor was.
During the mid-20th century, Borlaug these high yield with modern agricultural production techniques, Mexico, Pakistan and India led to the introduction of composite varieties. As a result, Mexico became a net exporter of wheat by 1963. Between 1965 and 1970, wheat yields nearly doubled in Pakistan and India, greatly improving the food security in those countries. These collective increases in yield have been labeled the Green Revolution, and Borlaug is often more than a billion people worldwide from starvation is credited with saving. The food supply through increased recognition of his contribution to world peace in 1970 was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Borlaug his Ph.D. Found in plant pathology and genetics from the University of Minnesota in 1942. He is an agricultural research position in Mexico, where the semi-dwarf, high-yield, disease-resistant wheat varieties were developed

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