International Winter Wheat Travelling Seminar
Every year breeders group visit one of the IWWIP cooperators to learn about breeding activities, IWWIP activities and make germplasm selection.
International Winter Wheat Travelling Seminar will be held in Hungary, May 27-31, 2019.
Speed Breeding Greenhouse-IWWIP, Izmir
08 November 2018
Now the second cycle of breeding germplasm grows in IWWIP Speed Breeding Facility, Izmır. The plants have been growing very well and speedy. This germplasm cycle started in early August with 5 weeks vernalization and greenhouse transplantation in October. The time needed between planting in the greenhouse and anthesis was 50 days and another 30-40 days for maturity. Few winter populations are behind in development probably due to longer vernalization needs. We will start to harvest end of the November 2018. More information: Dr. Beyhan Akin – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Effect of climate change on spring wheat yields in North America and Eurasia in 1981- 2015 and implications for breeding
Wheat yield dynamic in Canada, USA, Russia and Kazakhstan from 1981 till 2015 was related to air temperature and precipitation during wheat season to evaluate the effects of climate change.
Effect of climate change on spring wheat yields in North America and Eurasia in 1981-2015 and implications for breeding
Speed Breeding Facility
The new greenhouse opened at Aegean Agricultural Research Institute in Izmir and will be used for speed breeding in International Winter Wheat Improvement Program. The capacity of facility is for 25.000 plants per cycle and will be used to have 3 generations in 13-14 months.
IWWIP-Crossing and Speed Breeding System
The International Winter Wheat Improvement Program (IWWIP) speed-breeding greenhouse
IWWIP National Wheat Travelling Seminar and Phenotyping Workshop
Every year visitors come from outside to learn about IWWIP activities and make germplasm selection. This year visit will cover key breeding sites and will be combined with phenotyping workshop. Around 45 local and international visitors are expected.
Program of IWWIP National Wheat Travelling Seminar and Phenotyping Workshop
PHOTOS during the travelling seminar and phenotyping workshop
You can see the story about the event via the links below
Regional Wheat Landraces Project
International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture Project: ''Improving food security by enhancing wheat production and its resilience to climate change through maintaining the diversity of currently grown landraces''