European Cooperative Research Network on Flax and other Bast Plants
1989, as FAO Flax Group. Nominated European Cooperative Research Network on Flax, 1993, as part of F-XF5077 - European System of Cooperative Research Networks in Agriculture (ESCORENA) within B-XB0971 - FAO, through its European Commission on Agriculture (ECA). E-XE9634 - European Commission on Agriculture (ECA). Present name adopted, 28 Sep 1996.
Improve European bast fibre plants and derived products, their competitiveness to move towards higher added values and the efficiency of relevant technology transfer and know-how in Europe.
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Coordinator; Secretary. Working Groups (6): Breeding and Plant Genetic Resources; Extraction and Processing; Economics and Marketing; Quality; Non-textile Applications of Bast Plants; Biology and Biotechnology.
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