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Propagation, using budding, of the persimmon (Diospyros) collection at the National Clonal Germplasm Repository (NCGR), Davis.
Tasting evaluation event of the fig (Ficus) collection at the NCGR, Davis.
An example of the diversity of the olive (Olea) fruit preserved at the NCGR, Davis.
Dormant cuttings collected for distribution. All requests must be submitted online. See the Services page for instructions on placing an online request.
An example of the diversity of the apricot (Prunus) fruit preserved at the NCGR, Davis
The mission of the National Germplasm Repository at Davis, California is to collect, preserve, evaluate, and distribute the genetic resources of the crops assigned to us as part of the US National Genetic Resources Program. These resources are preserved by us to ensure that these species will be available for future generations and to support research efforts in variety development and other areas of plant research.