Location: Tropical Crops and Germplasm Research
2010 Annual Report
The objectives of the agreement correspond with objective 1 of the parent project (Evaluate tropical/sub-tropical fruit production systems and germplasm for broad agro-environmental adaptation, high yield and productivity, and ability to produce fruits of superior quality).
A visit by Southwest Forestry University scientists was made to the National Clonal Germplasm Repository for Fruit and Nut Crops at David, California. Exchange of information was mainly directed to the adaptability of grape and date germplasm to Chinese environments.
This project was monitored through visits to laboratories and by communications with collaborators by phone, email or during their visits.