|Third Call (2016)|
|First Call (2014)|
The project on " Identification and updating data of eligible AEGIS accessions in both wheat and rye species (TRIticum and SECale in AEGIS = TRISECA)" (264 KB), submitted by the Wheat Working Group for funding under the ECPGR Activity Grant Scheme, was selected by the Executive Committee. A meeting will be held on 3-4 October 2017 in Radzikow, Poland.
The Wheat Working Group agreed on their crop-specific standards for orthodox seeds (see here)
The meeting of the project "Triticum in AEGIS: Identification and Documentation: TRAID" took place 15-17 September 2015 in Tallinn, Estonia. [more info]
The project on "Identification and update C&E data of AEGIS Triticum sp. Accessions (Triticum in AEGIS: Identification and Documentation: TRAID)" (122 KB), submitted by the Wheat Working Group for funding under the ECPGR Activity Grant Scheme, was selected by the Executive Committee.
The AEGIS supported project ‘Improving the prerequisites for a European rye collection’ has been concluded. Based on a survey and a workshop that involved the main rye collection holders in Europe, the project produced a draft of rye germplasm conservation procedures, a draft descriptor list for cultivated rye and a provisional list of Secale candidate European Accessions [more info]
Following an ECPGR ad hoc meeting on wheat held in Paris, France, in May 1996, the ECPGR Working Group on Wheat was officially established by the ECPGR Steering Committee in July 1998. The Working Group met for the first time in Prague, Czech Republic, November 2001. The second meeting took place in September 2005 in La Rochelle, France.