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Country Georgia Capital : Tbilisi

The Crop Trust has supported 7 projects in Georgia

  1. Chickpea: The Georgia State Agrarian University (GSAU) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 61 chickpea accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops. 41 accessions are safety duplicated in the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Area (ICARDA).
  2. CowpeaThe Georgia State Agrarian University (GSAU) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate, characterize and safety duplicate four cowpea accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  3. Faba Bean: The Georgia State Agrarian University received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize seven faba bean accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops. All accessions are safety duplicated at the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).
  4. Lentil: The Georgia State Agrarian University (GSAU) received support from the Crop Trust to regenerate and characterize 59 lentil accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops. 40 accessions are safety duplicated in the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).
  5. Maize: The Crop Trust supported the Georgian Institute of Farming (GIF) to regenerate, characterize and safety duplicate 100 maize accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  6. Sorghum: The Crop Trust supported the Georgian Institute of Farming (GIF) to regenerate, characterize and safety duplicate in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault 70 sorghum accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.
  7. Wheat: The Crop Trust supported the Georgian Institute of Farming (GIF) in regenerate, characterize and safety duplicate 135 wheat accessions with the objective of rescuing threatened diversity and enhancing use of the crops.