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The Eleventh Regional Wheat Workshop For Eastern ... - Cimmyt

The Eleventh Regional Wheat Workshop For Eastern ... - Cimmyt

The Eleventh Regional Wheat Workshop For Eastern ... -

The Eleventh Regional Wheat Workshop For Eastern, Central and Southern Africa Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 18- 22 September, 2000 ClMMYTICIDA Ea.~tern Africa Cereals Program CIMMYT Wheat Program CIMMYTIEU MWIRNETIRSA Project ClMMYT Economics Program Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization

  • Page 2 and 3: The Eleventh Regional Wheat Worksh
  • Page 4 and 5: TABLE OF CONTENTS Vll V111 Acknowl
  • Page 6 and 7: Table o/Contents 239 Agronomic and
  • Page 8 and 9: ACKNO\VLEDGMENTS The Organizing Co
  • Page 10 and 11: A WELCOME ON BEHALF OF THE CIMMYT B
  • Page 12 and 13: Welcome on behalfofCIMMYT Board ofT
  • Page 14 and 15: Welcome on behalfofCIMMYT Board ofT
  • Page 16 and 17: CIMMYT's Global Project 5 - Pfeiffe
  • Page 18 and 19: CIMMYT's Global Project 5 - Pfeiffe
  • Page 20 and 21: CIMMYT's Global Project 5 .. Pfeiff
  • Page 22 and 23: CIMMYT's Global Project 5 - Pfeiffe
  • Page 24 and 25: CIMMYT's Global Project 5 - Pfeiffe
  • Page 26 and 27: Sources ofvariation for grain yield
  • Page 28 and 29: Sources ofvariation for grain yield
  • Page 30 and 31: 1-­ Sources ofvariation jor grain
  • Page 32 and 33: Sources ofvariation for grain yield
  • Page 34 and 35: GERMPLASM ENHANCEMENT THROUGH WIDE
  • Page 36 and 37: Germplasm enhancement through molec
  • Page 38 and 39: Germplasm enhancement through molec
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  • Page 44 and 45: Quality ofEthiopian durum wheat cul
  • Page 46 and 47: Quality ofEthiopian durum wheat cul
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    Quality ofEthiopian durum wheat cul

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    ON-FARM DEMONSTRATION OF IMPROVED D

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    On-farm demonstration ofimproved du

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    IDENTIFICATION OF ETHIOPIAN WHEAT C

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    Identification ofEthiopian wheat cu

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    Identification ofEthiopian wheat cu

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    Identification 0/Ethiopian wheat cu

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    Identification ofEthiopian wheat cu

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    Identification ofEthiopian wheat cu

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    Genetic improvement in wheat grain

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    Genetic improvement in wheat grain

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    Genetic improvement in wheat grain

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    INCREASING YIELD POTENTIAL FOR MARG

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    Increasing y ield potential for mar

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    Increasing yield potentialfor margi

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    Increasing yield potential for marg

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    Increasing yield potential for marg

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    Increasing yield potential for marg

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    Bread wheat yield stability and env

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    Bread wheat yield stability and env

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    Bread wheat yield stability and env

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    Bread wheat yield stability and env

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    MILLING AND BAKING QUALITY OF ETHI

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    Milling and baking quality ofEthiop

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    Milling and baking quality ofEthiop

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    .. Milling and baking quality ofEth

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    Milling and baking quality ofEthiop

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    RESPONSE OF BREAD WHEAT GENOTYPES T

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    Response ofbread wheat genotypes to

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    Response o/bread wheat genotypes to

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    Response ofbread wheat genotypes to

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    DEVELOPING WHJ;AT VARIETIES FOR TH

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    Developing wheat varieties for drou

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    Developing wheat varieties for drou

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    Developing wheat varieties for drou

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    Milling and baking quality ofSouth

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    Milling and baking quality ofSouth

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    Milling and baking quality ofSouth

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    ~ ~ . ... Milling and baking qualit

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    RESPONSE OF ELITE WHEAT GENOTYPES T

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    Response ofwheat genotypes to sowin

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    Response o/wheat genotypes to sowin

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    Response ofwheat genotypes to sowin

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    FIELD PERFORMANCE OF MIXTURES OF FO

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    Mixtures offour wheat cuttivars in

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    Mixtures offour wheat cultivars in

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    Assessment o/pathogenic variability

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    Assessment ofpathogenic variability

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    Assessment o/pathogenic variability

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    Assessment o/pathogenic variability

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    Assessment a/pathogenic variability

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    Sources ofvariability ofgenes for y

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    Sources ofvariability ofgenes for y

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    Sources ofvariability ofgenes for y

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    Sources ofvariability ofgenes for y

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    Performance offour new leafrust res

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    Performance offour new leafrust res

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    Performance o.ffour new leafrust re

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    Performance offour new leafrust res

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    Host range a/wheat stem rust in Eth

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    Host range ofwheat stem rust in Eth

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    Stability ofstem rust resistance in

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    Stability ofstem rust resistance in

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    FIELD RESPONSE OF BREAD WHEAT GENOT

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    Field response ofbread wheat genoty

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    Field response o/bread wheat genoty

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    Field respanse afbread wheat genaty

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    Field response ofbread wheat genoty

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    Field response o/bread wheat genoty

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    Field response ofbread wheat genoty

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    IS IT NECESSARY TO APPLY INSECTICID

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    Necessary to apply insecticides to

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    Necessary to apply insecticides to

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    Necessary to apply insecticides to

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    Integrated control using Russian wh

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    Integrated control using Russian wh

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    DEVELOPMENT 01" LINEAR EQUATIONS F

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    Development oflinear equations for

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    Development oflinear equationsfor p

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    Development oflinear equations for

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    Development oflinear equations for

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    Development oflinear equations for

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    Development oflinear equations for

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    Breeding / or disease resistance in

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    Breedingfor disease resistance in w

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    , Breedingfor disease resistance in

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    Breedingfor disease resistance in w

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    Spatial tools/or wheat research - H

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    Spatial tools for wheat research -

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    Spatial tools Jor wheat research -

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    Spatial tools for wheat research -

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    Spatial tools for wheat research -

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    Spatial tools for wheat research -

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    RESPONSE OF SOME DURUM WHEAT LANDRA

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    Response ofsome durum wheat landrac

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    Response ofsome duntm wheat landrac

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    Response ofsome durum wheat iandrac

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    Response ofsome durum wheat landrac

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    -AGRONOMIC AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION

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    Agronomic and economic evaluation o

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    Agronomic and economic evaluation o

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    Agronomic and economic evaluation o

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    Agronomic and economic evaluation o

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    Agronomic and economic evaluation o

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    Agronomic and economic evaluation o

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    EFFECTS OF SOIL WATERLOGGING ON TH

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    Effects ofsoil waterlogging on conc

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    Effects ofsoil waterlogging on conc

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    Effects ofsoil waterlogging on conc

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    Effects ofsoil waterlogging on conc

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    Effects ofsoil waterlogging on conc

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    Effect ojcrop rotation andJertilize

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    Effect ofcrop rotation and fertiliz

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    Effect ofcrop rotation andfertilize

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    Effect ofcrop rotation and fertiliz

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    Effect ojcrop rotation andJertilize

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    EFFECTS OF TILLAGE AND CROPPING SEQ

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    Effects oftillage and cropping sequ

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    Effects oftillage and cropping sequ

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    Effects oftillage and cropping sequ

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    Effects oftillage and cropping sequ

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    Effects oftillage and cropping sequ

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    Effects ojtillage and cropping sequ

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    Effects oftillage and cropping sequ

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    SURVEY OF WEED COMMUNITY STRUCTURE

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    Survey a/weed community structure -

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    Survey ofweed community structure -

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    Survey ofweed community structure -

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    Survey ofweed community structure -

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    Survey ofweed community structure -

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    Evaluation ofherbicides for the con

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    Evaluation ofherbicides for the con

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    Evaluation ofherbicides for the con

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    EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTS OF SURF A

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    Effects ofsurface drainage methods

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    Effects ofsurface drainage methods

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    Effects ofsurface drainage methods

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    Crop rotation effects on grain yiel

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    Crop rotation effects on grain yiel

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    Crop rotation effects on grain yiel

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    Crop rotation efJects on grain yiel

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    IMPACT OF CROPPING SEQUENCE AND FER

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    Impact of cropping sequence and f?r

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    Impact ofcropping sequence and fert

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    Impact ofcropping sequence and fert

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    Impact ofcropping sequence and fert

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    Impact ofcropping sequence andferti

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    Introduction ofdisease and pest re~

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    Introduction ofdisease and pest res

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    REDUCING MECHANICAL HARVESTING LOSS

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    Reducing mechanical harvesting loss

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    Reducing mechanical harvesting loss

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    EFFECTS OF CROP ROTATION, TILLAGE M

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    Effects ofcrop rotation, tillage me

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    Effects ofcrop rotation, tillage me

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    Response offour bread wheat varieti

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    Response ojjour bread wheat varieti

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    Response offour bread wheat varieti

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    Response offour bread wheat varieti

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    Timing N application to enhance whe

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    Timing N application to enhance whe

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    Timing N application to enhance whe

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    Delayed N application and late till

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    Delayed N application and late till

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    Response ofweed infestation and gra

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    Response ofweed infestation and gra

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    Response ojweed infestation and gra

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    300 120 250 100 Weed number 200 80

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    GLOBALIZATION OF THE WHEAT MARKET A

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    Fanner participatory evaluation ofb

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    Farmer participatory evaluation ofb

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    Farmer participatory evaluation ofb

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    Farmer participatory evaluation o/b

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    ., 00 • Farmer participatory eval

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    A CLIENT ORIENTED RESEARCH APPROACH

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    Client oriented research approach t

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    ECONOMICS OF FERTILIZER USE ON DURU

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    Economics o//ertilizer use on durum

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    Economics oJJertilizer use on durum

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    Economics oJJertilizer use on durum

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    ON-FARM ANALYSIS OF DURUM WHEAT PRO

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    On-farm analysis ofdurum wheat prod

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    On-farm analysis ofdurum wheat prod

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    Onjann analysis ofdurum wheat produ

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    A STUDY OF THE ADOPTION OF BREAD W

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    A study ofthe adoption ofbread whea

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    A study ofthe adoption ofbread whea

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    A study ofthe adoption ofbread whea

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    A study ofthe adoption ofbread whea

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    A study ofthe adoption ofbread whea

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    A study ofthe adoption of bread whe

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    ¥ A study ofthe adoption ofbread w

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    FARMER PARTICIPATORY EVALUATION OF

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    Farmer participatory evaluation ofb

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    Farmer participatory evaluation ofb

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    Farmer participatory evaluation a/b

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    ELEVENTH REGIONAL WHEAT WORKSHOP PA

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