|Third Call (2016)|
|Second Call (2015)|
The meeting of the AEG-VIT-IS Activity, planned for 2-3 July 2020 in Alcalá de Henares, Spain, was postponed until further notice.
The project on Enhancing quality and quantity of Vitis genetic resources in AEGIS (AEG VIT IS), submitted by the Vitis Working Group for funding under the First Call of the ECPGR Activity Grant Scheme for Phase X, was selected by the Executive Committee. [more info]
The database on “Rare traditional varieties on-farm” is now online (here).
The final Activity report is now available online (here)
A meeting related to ECPGR Activity GrapeOnFarm (On-farm inventory of minor grape varieties in the European Vitis Database) was held in Siebeldingen, Germany, on 10 October 2017. [more info]
InWiGrape: the final Activity Report and related data (Bibliography) are now available online here
A meeting related to ECPGR Activity InWiGrape (Increasing the efficiency of conservation of wild grapevine genetic resources in Europe) was held in Split, Croatia, on 5 July 2016. [more info]
The project on "On-farm inventory of minor grape varieties in the European Vitis Database (Grape On Farm)", submitted by the Vitis Working Group for funding under the third call of the ECPGR Activity Grant Scheme, was selected by the Executive Committee. [more info]
The project on "Increasing the efficiency of conservation of wild grapevine genetic resources in Europe (InWiGrape)", submitted by the Vitis Working Group for funding under the Second Call of the ECPGR Activity Grant Scheme, was selected by the Executive Committee.[more info]
The ECPGR Fruit Network supported the creation of a log book for the European Vitis Database, documenting import and modification of data. Thus administrator and partners of the European Vitis Database now can trace back actions carried out. This is indispensable in case of database corruption in order to restore data content.
- Working Group Chair’s report for Phase IX (prepared for the Fifteenth ECPGR Steering Committee Meeting) (see here)
In October 2001, the ECPGR Steering Committee agreed on the establishment of a Working Group on Vitis, as a result of a request submitted by the project partners of the EU-funded project on Vitis, which was terminated in February 2002. The objective is to strengthen European collaboration for the purpose of improving the conservation and sustainable use of Vitis genetic resources in Europe.
- European Vitis Database
- Crop Trust - Conservation strategies
- COST Action FA1003 - GRAPENET - East-West Collaboration for Grapevine Diversity Exploration and Mobilization of Adaptive Traits for Breeding
- COST Action FA1003 homepage
- Grapenet homepage
- National documentation systems on grapevine genetic resources
- Vitis International Variety Catalogue
- GrapeGen06 - Management and conservation of grapevine genetic resources