Conservation and sustainable use of Forest Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture: country report of the Netherlands for the Second State of the World’s Forest Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture

J. Buiteveld (Editor), P. Copini (Contributor), C.M.A. Hendriks

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Abstract

This report describes the current state of the Dutch forest genetic resources and the most important factors influencing them. It gives complementary information to the previously-submitted questionnaire on the First Report on the implementation of the FAO Global plan of action on Forest Genetic Resources. The Dutch information in the report will be used by the FAO as input for the Second State of the World’s Forest Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture.---Dit rapport beschrijft de huidige staat van genetische bronnen van bomen in Nederland en de belangrijkste factoren die van invloed zijn op deze genetische bronnen. Het rapport geeft aanvullende informatie op de eerder ingevulde vragenlijst voor de First Report on the implementation of the FAO Global plan of action on Forest Genetic Resources. De Nederlandse informatie in het rapport wordt FAO gebruikt voor de Second State of the World’s Forest Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen
PublisherWageningen University & Research, Centre for Genetic Resources (CGN)
Number of pages67
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2021

Publication series

NameCGN report
No.54

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