THE SPANISH FRUIT GERMPLASM NETWORK

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The Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias (INIA) has initiated in 1990 a Fruit Germplasm Project. The diversity of climates in Spain has made recommendable to scatter the different basic collections in different places, taking as a starting point the collections already existing at the different regional research centers across Spain. The species included in the Project are: almond, apple, apricot, banana, cherimoya, cherry, grape, hazelnut, mango, olive, peach, pear, prune and walnut. Details on these collections, their curators and the locations will be presented on the poster.

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