Grape Clean Plant Network
Grapes and fruit trees were the two specialty crops that initiated formation of the National Clean Plant Network. Both commodities held their organizational meetings in 2008. The headquarters of the Grape Clean Plant Network is at Foundation Plant Services at the University of California, Davis. FPS also manages the primary foundation vineyard for the NCPN.
At the outset in 2008, the Grape CPN was divided into two regions - the Western Clean Plant Network (which included California, Idaho, Oregon and Washington) and the Eastern Clean Plant Network (the remaining states). In 2010, the Grape CPN eliminated the regional division and consolidated into a single national grape network.
|Clean Plant Centers within the Grapes Network|
|The Grapevine, Fruit Tree and Nut Tree Clean Plant Program at Foundation Plant Services, University of California, Davis, California|
|The Southeast Vine Improvement and Distribution Program, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, Florida|
|The Midwest Grapevine Tissue Culture and Virus Testing Program, Missouri State University, Mountain Grove, Missouri|
|The Eastern Regional Grape Importation, Indexing and Clean Plant Program, Cornell University - New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, New York|
|Clean Plant Center Northwest-Grapes, Prosser, Washington|