IRRI Publications

Having been in existence for a little more than 50 years, IRRI has accumulated thousands of pages of written resources ranging from scientific papers, annual reports to essays and magazine articles. They cover almost everything you need to know about rice. Here you will find IRRI’s most recent publications.

IRRI Library

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The IRRI Library helps address information needs of researchers and scientists by providing a variety of services, collections, and technology. We are the gateway to a comprehensive and dynamic collection of rice literature in any format and language. We serve the IRRI community as the center of information where traditional and emerging information services converge.

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Annual reports (17)

Browse through IRRI's annual reports to discover our year over year achievements.

Books (191)

Free books on a wide range of topics written by subject matter experts at the top of their fields!

Brochures (90)

Corporate (18), Country (26), Development partner (8), Projects (23), Science (25)

Posters and infographics (6)

Check out these infographics and posters for a quick visual representation of IRRI's work.

Online Resources (1)

IRRI is developing publications that are online only.

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Climate-smart agro-advisory services for major food crops in South and Southeast Asia

Climate-smart agro-advisory services for major food crops in South and Southeast Asia

The Climate-Smart Agriculture Advisory Service (CSAAS) seeks to harness the power of information and communications technology (ICT) for the outscaling of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) technologies and climate-informed advisory services for rice, maize, and wheat in South and Southeast Asia.

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.

FAO and IRRI

FAO and IRRI

IRRI’s early collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) dates back to events tied to the International Rice Year in 1966.

France and IRRI

France and IRRI

Within a few years of IRRI’s founding in 1960, French scientists were already collaborating with the institute’s researchers, albeit informally.

Australia and IRRI

Australia and IRRI

Australia and IRRI began working together in 1963 when Australian national Ian MacRae came to do research at IRRI as a soil microbiologist.

ADB and IRRI

ADB and IRRI

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has supported the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) since 1975 and has since funded 33 projects, 32 of which have been completed.

Taiwan and IRRI

Taiwan and IRRI

Taiwan played a significant role in the development of IR8, the “miracle rice” that launched the Green Revolution in Asia.

APEC and IRRI

APEC and IRRI

Rice is crucial to the economic health and food security of many member economies of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC).

Singapore and IRRI

Singapore and IRRI

Though not a rice-growing nation, the cosmopolitan population of Singapore is still largely rice-eating.

Changes in rice farming in the Philippines: Insights from five decades of a household-level survey

Changes in rice farming in the Philippines: Insights from five decades of a household-level survey

P. Moya, K. Kajisa, R. Barker, S. Mohanty, F. Gascon, M.R. San Valentin

This book centers around the structural and economic changes in rice farming that have occurred in the Philippines during the past five decades. As a researcher at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) for more than 30 years, Piedad Moya, the lead author, has been a witness to these changes through her involvement and encounters with farmers. This experience has given her first-hand knowledge of what is actually happening in farmers’ fields and with their families

South Korea and IRRI Partnership

South Korea and IRRI Partnership

The Government of the Republic of Korea has been working with the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) through the Rural Development Administration (RDA), a collaboration that brought the Green Revolution to South Korea and helped transform the country from a rice importer to a self-sufficient producer.

The SDC and IRRI Partnership

The SDC and IRRI Partnership

The Government of Switzerland, through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation or SDC, and IRRI started working together in 1984. Since then, SDC has supported the Institute and 31 completed projects, worth a total of about USD 52.5 million.

The BMZ and IRRI partnership

The BMZ and IRRI partnership

The German government has supported IRRI research since 1974 and, as of May 2015, had funded 61 projects through the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), 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.

UPLB and IRRI

UPLB and IRRI

The University of the Philippines at Los Baños has always been a firm partner and ally of the International Rice Research Institute in its research mission, hosting IRRI’s headquarters and providing a steady and reliable stream of scientists and scientific training since the Institute’s founding in 1960.

Sri Lanka and IRRI

Sri Lanka and IRRI

Sri Lanka and IRRI started collaboration in 1960 through exchange of rice varieties and training.

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