Project coordination: Julius Kühn-Institut, Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants

Symposium held at University of Madeira, Funchal (Portugal), 13-16 September 2010: Towards the establishment of genetic reserves for crop wild relatives and landraces in Europe
Joint meeting of the ECPGR In situ and On farm Conservation Network and final meeting of the EU project AEGRO
>> Symposium website      >> Presentations given during the Symposium

Results of the AEGRO project were published in the book >> Agrobiodiversity Conservation Securing the Diversity of Crop Wild Relatives and Landraces

New CWR and landrace project coordinated by the University of Birmingham: Novel characterization of crop wild relative and landrace resources as a basis for improved crop breeding >>

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