Wheat is a grass widely cultivated for its seed, a cereal grain which is a worldwide staple food. The many species of wheat together make up the genus Triticum; the most widely grown is common wheat (T. aestivum). The archaeological record suggests that wheat was first cultivated in the regions of the Fertile Crescent around 9600 BCE. Botanically, the wheat kernel is a type of fruit called a caryopsis. Wheat is grown on more land area than any other food crop (220.4 million hectares, 2014). World trade in wheat is greater than for all other crops combined. In 2017, world …



The South Centre · 27 March 2023 English

The work of the Centre, as reflected in this report, has been possible thanks to the cooperation of a vast number of experts, scholars and institutions from the Global South, …

(notably due to supply shortages/interruptions of wheat and ferti l izers) emanating from the confl ict

CEEW: Council on Energy, Environment and Water · 27 March 2023 English

the reuse of treated wastewater in terms of the key enablers, drivers, and barriers Given the exponential amount of wastewater generated in the country, India has immense potential to meet …

the potential of TWW as an alternative source of wheat), fruits, vegetables, and milk products on the rise Safe Reuse of Treated Water. pattern consisting of wheat, winter maize and other fodder crops, and vegetables

IMF: International Monetary Fund · 24 March 2023 English

The surge in energy and food prices, which was amplified by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, has prompted a flurry of policy responses by countries during 2022. The aim of these …

for significant shares in the global trade of wheat and maize, and some other food items.1 Since the Russia and Ukraine account for one-quarter of global wheat, one-seventh of corn, and three-quarters of sunflower 2014–2016=100, weighted average of price indexes for wheat, maize, barley, sorghum, and rice maize, barley domestic VAT/Sales Tax Reduction of VAT on wheat and bread Georgia Spending Semi-cash Vouchers Export restriction Export restrictions on wheat and wheat flour Price Freeze / incomplete pass-

IMF: International Monetary Fund · 24 March 2023 English

We construct a new database which covers production and trade in 136 primary commodities and 24 manufacturing and service sectors for 145 countries. Using this new more granular data, we …

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World Bank Group · 23 March 2023 English

ocurement of Seeds and ferti lizers for Irrigated Wheat De monstration in Oromia Speci al Zone Woredas. ocurement of Seeds and Ferti lizers for Irrigated Wheat De monstration in AGP-II Woreda s of Bunno Bedelle curement of Seeds and Fertili zers for irrigated wheat Dem onstration at AGP-II woredas, in East Wollega rocurement of Seeds and Fer tilizers for Irrigated Wheat De monstration at AGP-II Wored as, in East Shoa rocurement of Seeds and Fer tilizers for irrigated Wheat De monstration at AGP-II Wored as, in West Wollega

American Gas Association · 22 March 2023 English

agriculture sector and its supply chain, the direct use of natural gas by the agricultural sector and highlights the value of natural gas to agrochemical production and the importance of …

second largest natural gas consuming state. Corn, wheat, and Fertilizer and other Soybeans and other Food increased domestic production of crops such as wheat, soybeans, corn, rice, and oats comes from natural planted according to USDA data with corn, soy, and wheat making up the top three of land-use. Figure 7 – 40 30 20 11.2 10 7.3 2.7 2.6 2.5 0 Corn Soybeans Wheat Cotton Sorghum Barley Rice Oats Livestock The U

World Bank Group · 22 March 2023 English

DS/22-23/V-7 / Feed ingredie nts, GNOC, Rice Bran, Wheat Bran, Silk Worm Pupae, Black Soldier fly larvae p lant based ingredients: soyb ean meal, wheat flour, wheat gluten, corn gluten, rice bran , cassava

PIK: Potsdam-Institut fur Klimafolgenforschung · 22 March 2023 English

The Food and agriculture system plays a determining role in many countries ambitions to achieve net-zero by 2050. Sector pathways consistent with this objective most frequently describe sustainable intensification as …

raising, and self-sufficiency. The self-sufficiency for wheat and starchy roots is assumed to be achieved, compared

PIK: Potsdam-Institut fur Klimafolgenforschung · 22 March 2023 English

The achievement of several sustainable development goals and the Paris Climate Agreement depends on rapid progress towards sustainable food and land systems in all countries. We have built a flexible, …

tobacco, tomato, other tubers, other vegetables, wheat, yams Processed products: cotton lint, vegetable first generation biofuels Crops: Temperate cereals (wheat), maize, tropical cereals (sorghum, millet), rice and water requirements for corn, rice, soy and wheat. We assume a global GHG concentration trajectory fourth in total world exports of sheep, beef, and wheat, respectively and an important domestic target is

World Bank Group · 22 March 2023 English

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