Extension of EURISCO for Crop Wild Relatives (CWR) in situ data and preparation of pilot countries’ data sets

Short title: CWR in EURISCO

 The project CWR data in EURISCO is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture.

Activity Coordinator: ECPGR Secretariat

Project partners

  • Agricultural Research Institute, Lefkosia, Cyprus
  • Crop Research Institute, Gene Bank, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Information and Coordination Centre for Biological Diversity (IBV), Bonn, Germany
  • Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK), Gatersleben, Germany
  • Nature Research Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Centre for Genetic Resources (CGN), Wageningen, the Netherlands
  • Banco Português de Germoplasma Vegetal - Instituto Nacional de Investigação Agrária e Veterinária (BPGV-INIAV), Braga, Portugal
  • Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain
  • University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Timeframe

20 Dicember 2021 – 31 December 2023 

Highlights

Principles for the Inclusion of CWR Data in EURISCO
Prepared by Theo van Hintum and José Iriondo

Implementation

May 2022
The proposal setting the principles for the inclusion of CWR data in EURISCO, prepared by Theo van Hintum and José Iriondo, was agreed by the project partners and the EURISCO Advisory Committee. Download Principles for the Inclusion of CWR Data in EURISCO

February 2022
A draft proposal setting the ‘Principles for the Inclusion of CWR Data into EURISCO’ has been circulated among the project partners and the EURISCO Advisory Committee

December 2021
The project was approved by the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture. For more information read here