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Suggested elements to link Network operations to National Programmes Siegfried Harrer & Frank Begemann. PGR Scenery in Germany National Programme National Working Group ECP/GR Suggestions. PGR Scenery in Germany. Plant Breeding. PGR Scenery in Germany. Plant Breeding Research.

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Suggested elements to link

Network operations

to

National Programmes

Siegfried Harrer & Frank Begemann

slide2

PGR Scenery in Germany

  • National Programme
  • National Working Group ECP/GR
  • Suggestions
slide4

PGR Scenery in Germany

  • Plant Breeding Research
  • Federal Centre for
  • Breeding Research
  • on Cultivated
  • Plants
  • (BAZ)
slide5

PGR Scenery in Germany

  • Plant Breeding Research (continued)
  • Universities
  • Institutes of the Laender
  • Private Companies
  • ....
slide6

PGR Scenery in Germany

  • Ex situ Conservation
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Genebanks
slide7

PGR Scenery in Germany

  • Ex situ Conservation (continued)
slide8

PGR Scenery in Germany

  • In situ Conservation - On-farm Management
  • 14 National Parks
  • 14 Biosphere Reserves
  • over 80 regional parks
  • protected areas
  • on farm / on garden....
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National Programme for Genetic Resources of

Agricultural and Horticultural Crops

  • formally established in March 2002
  • developed under the leadership of the German Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection
  • with strong involvement of other relevant actors
    • Federal and Laender governments
    • research institutions
    • Breeding organisations
    • Non-governmental organisations
  • based upon the structure of the Global Plan of Action (GPA)
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National Programme for Genetic Resources of

Agricultural and Horticultural Crops

  • Objectives

To maintain the diversity of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture (PGRFA) and their wild relatives (in situ and ex situ) for a long-term in a cost-efficient and scientifically-sound way;

To promote the use of PGR e.g. through better characterisation, evaluation, documentation and pre-breeding;

To use a wider range of agricultural and horticultural (including ornamental) crops in market oriented and sustainable production;

To promote the conservation and rehabilitation of agricultural and horticultural ecosystems;

To promote greater transparency in the shared responsibilities of the competent authorities at the Federal and Laender levels and among all stakeholders involved;

To exploit synergies from closer co-operation at national and international levels.

www.genres.de/pgr/nationales_fachprogramm/

English version:

http://www.genres.de/pgr/nationales_fachprogramm/zip/nf_en.doc

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WG In situ /

On farm

BEKO/PGR

WG ECP/GR

WG ........

Advice / Coordination /

Supervision of the Programme

Federal &

Laender Gov.

Research

Institutions

NGOs & Private

Sector

Contribution according to expertise

and available capacities

Implementation of the Programme

National Programme for Genetic Resources of

Agricultural and Horticultural Crops

  • Organisational structure
  • Supervision of the programme
  • by an advisory and co-ordination
  • committee (BeKo)
  • support by thematic working groups
    • WG in situ and on farm aspects
    • WG European Cooperative Programme for Crop Genetic Resources Networks (ECP/GR)
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National Working Group ECP/GR

  • Tasks
  • to give advice to the BeKo (crop specific and thematic questions)
  • to “guide” the German participation in the ECP/GR
    • preparation of forthcoming ECP/GR meetings
    • report back on the results
    • contribute to the further development of ECP/GR
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National Working Group ECP/GR

  • Composition
  • Scientists/experts from:
  • Information and Coordination Centre for Biological Diversity (IBV)
  • Federal Centre for Breeding Research on Cultivated Plants (BAZ)
  • Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)
  • Gesellschaft für Pflanzenzüchtung (GPZ)
  • Gemeinschaft zur Förderung der privaten deutschen Pflanzenzüchtung (GFP)
  • Federal Agricultural Research Centre (FAL)
  • Kern, BÖLW, VLK, GTZ, ATSAF
slide14

National Working Group ECP/GR

Method of working

  • meetings (only “core” group)
  • information exchange (email & intranet)
  • reporting
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Suggestions

  • National ECP/GR expert group
    • Broad involvement of stakeholder
  • strong linkage to the National Programme
  • coordination
    • preparation of participation in ECP/GR meeting
    • analysis of results
    • recommendation
  • Information exchange
    • meetings
    • email / internet / intranet
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Thank you

for your attention!