The GRIN-Global Project





The GRIN-Global project's mission is to provide a scalable version of the Germplasm Resource Information Network (GRIN) suitable for use by any interested genebank in the world. The GRIN-Global database platform has been and is being implemented at various genebanks around the world. For more information about GRIN-Global, review this website's pages or contact the GG International Help Desk.

The first version, 1.0.7, was released in December, 2011 in a joint effort by the Global Crop Diversity Trust, Bioversity International, and the Agricultural Research Service of the USDA. The U.S. National Plant Germplasm System version (1.9.4.2) entered into production on November 30, 2015.

For working demonstrations of several GRIN-Global Public Websites, click on any of the "GG Sites" links listed under Resources on the above menu.

News & Notes

GRIN-Global International Helpdesk

eMail address: helpdesk@grin-global.org

GG CT & Server Updates - 2018, August 27

New releases of the Curator Tool and server components are available. Please see the respective Release Notes for details.


GG Updater - 2018, July 26

It is now possible with the GG Updater to upgrade an existing GRIN-Global database server with a new GG software environment without overlaying the existing curatorial data in the database.

If your organization will be installing GRIN-Global, the server components release 1.10.2 is available from the USDA server. Please refer to the GG Server Installation documentation at https://www.grin-global.org/docs/gg_server_install.pdf.

The US NPGS is planning on having new releases of both the Curator Tool and the server components available in August, 2018.


June 2018 GRIN-Global & Genesys Workshop


48 participants attended the successful GG/Genesys Workshop held in Porto, Portugal from June 4-8. Thanks is extended to the wonderful hosts from the Portugal National Genebank (INIAV), especially Ana Barata. Presentations may be viewed from https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1VKyvA5NgLPuuY7KoXIuAzvICB-8MAjDE

2017 Help Desk Activity - Mexico City (CIMMYT)

In 2017, the GRIN-Global Help desk received 80 requests from: Bolivia, Brazil, China, CIAT, CIMMYT, CIP, Colombia, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Guatemala , ICRISAT, IITA, India, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Uruguay and USA.

GRIN-Global / Genesys workshop October, 2017 - Mexico City (CIMMYT)

You can download the presentations material at https://goo.gl/hZbo92

Wizards

  • Batch upload (add-on) Developed by CIP https://gitlab.com/CIP-Development/GRINGlobal-Wizards
  • Attachment (add-on) Developed by CIP https://gitlab.com/CIP-Development/GRINGlobal-Wizards
  • Lists (add-on) Developed by CIP https://gitlab.com/CIP-Development/GRINGlobal-Wizards
  • Viability data (add-on) Developed by USDA, available with Curator-Tool version 1.9.8.14
  • EASY-SMTA wizard (Add-on)  Evaluation phase.


           

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