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Workshop on Working Groups of Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources (APGRs) in Nepal (crop groups, neglected and underutilized species)

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Workshop on Working Groups of Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources (APGRs) in Nepal, 21-22 June 2018, Agronomy Division, NARC; Khumaltar, Lalitpur
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Workings crop groups in Nepal, agrobiodiversity conservation and use practices with to assess diversity at species and sub species levels, to develop and understand basis of grouping agricultural plant genetic resources (APGRs) (formal, commercial, primary, major, cereals, NUS, winter, plantation, etc), to share research advances and develop future strategy, to develop guiding documents for researchers and policy makers and to review and document status and scope of APGRs (APGRs means cover Kingdom Plantae).
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