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Germany and IRRI

Germany and IRRI

The German government has supported IRRI research since 1974 and, as of May 2015, had funded 61 projects for a total amount of about USD 59 million. But the Germany-IRRI relationship started much earlier, in 1966, when the first German national came to IRRI as a research fellow.

Green Super Rice (GSR) Project

Green Super Rice (GSR) Project

Rice cultivars that can produce high and stable yields with less inputs (water, fertilizers, pesticides). Thus, GSR varieties are climate-smart and can help farmers protect the environment—and themselves.

Growing rice, cultivating partnerships: 40 years of Indonesia-IRRI collaboration

Growing rice, cultivating partnerships: 40 years of Indonesia-IRRI collaboration

In the past 40 years, Indonesia’s efforts to produce enough rice for its people have been inextricably interwoven with its partnership with the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI).

GRiSP (Spanish)

GRiSP (Spanish)

El Programa Global de Investigación en Arroz (FRiSP, por sus siglas en inglés) ofrece un plan estratégico y una nueva plataforma de alianza únicos para la investigación en arroz enfocada en el impacto para lograr desarrollo.

GRiSP (French)

GRiSP (French)

Le Partenariat mondial de la science rizicole ( GRiSP ) sert d'un plan stratégique et d'une nouvelle plateforme unique pour la recherche rizicole pour le pour le développement axé sur l'impact. Il est conçu pour prendre à bras le corps de façon plus effective les défis du développement .

GRiSP (English)

GRiSP (English)

The Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP) provides a single strategic plan and unique new partnership platform for impact-oriented rice research for development. It is designed to more effectively solve development challenges.

Golden Rice and vitamin A deficiency

Golden Rice and vitamin A deficiency

Golden Rice is a new type of rice that contains beta carotene, a source of vitamin A.

Genetically Modified Rice

Genetically Modified Rice

The International Rice Research Institute believes that genetic modification and genetically modified (GM) rice have the potential to safely benefit rice farmers and consumers.

Guide to the birds of Philippine rice fields

Guide to the birds of Philippine rice fields

Paul Bourdin, Tirso Paris, Fred Serrano, Richard Smedley, Gene Hettel

This guide will help bird enthusiasts identify birds—both common and rare—found frequenting rice fields in the Philippines, spotlighting particularly the rice fields on the research farm of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) as a microcosm for the country as a whole. All of these birds, most assuredly, can be seen in many rice fields within the Philippines, Hence the title of this guide. This guide concentrates on the IRRI fields because they have been intensively surveyed over recent years like no other location in the country.

GRiSP in motion

GRiSP in motion

Global Rice Science Partnership, Annual report 2012

GRiSP Women in motion

GRiSP Women in motion

Global Rice Science Partnership

Women play an important role in the global rice sector as both paid and unpaid family labor.

GRiSP Partnership in motion

GRiSP Partnership in motion

Global Rice Science Partnership

The CGIAR Research Program for Rice, known as the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP), is a partnership coordinated by six research-for-development organizations that bring together over 900 partners from the academic, public, private, and civil society sectors with a stake in the rice development sector.

Guide to participatory varietal selection for submergence-tolerant rice

Guide to participatory varietal selection for submergence-tolerant rice

T.R. Paris, D. Manzanilla, G. Tatlonghari, R. Labios, A. Cueno, D. Villanueva

Participatory varietal selection (PVS) is a simple way for breeders and agronomists to learn which varieties perform well on-station and on-farm and to obtain feedback from the potential end users in the early phases of the breeding cycle.

Graindell (English), 2nd edition

Graindell (English), 2nd edition

R.O. Villanueva

The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) is charting new territory. Graindell, its initial venture into children's book publishing.

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