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MusaNet is a global collaborative framework for Musa genetic resources and a partnership of all key stakeholders, aiming at ensuring the long-term conservation on a cooperative basis, and facilitating the increased utilization of Musa genetic resources globally.

Participants of the MusaNet Strategic Meeting
(28 February – 3 March 2011, Montpellier, France
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Participants of the MusaNet Meeting 
(14-15 October, 2016, Montpellier, France)

Recent MusaNet newsletters



Latest finished documents/products

MusaNet Meeting Report 14-15 October 2016

Global Strategy for the Conservation and Use of Musa Genetic Resources

Technical Guidelines for the Safe Movement of Musa Germplasm

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Latest MusaNet news

  • Fruitful Exploration of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea Several MusaNet members took part in a 16-day banana collecting mission in October 2016 on the islands of Bougainville, Buka and Sohano in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville ...
    Posted Jun 8, 2017, 1:30 AM by Chase, Rachel ‎(Bioversity)‎
  • East and Southern African regional workshop on East African Highland Banana characterization and documentation MusaNet held its second regional workshop on Musa characterization and documentation at the NARO collection in Mbarara, Uganda from 12-16 December 2016.  In attendance were 16 curators from the ...
    Posted Jul 28, 2017, 2:52 AM by Chase, Rachel ‎(Bioversity)‎
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Links to other websites

ProMusa

ProMusa is a platform for sharing news, knowledge and information on bananas via a  website and biennial symposia organized in collaboration with ISHS. For more information, go to http://www.promusa.org/article6-About-ProMusa.


Regional Banana networks

MUSALAC: Latin America and the Carribean
BAPNET: Asia and the Pacific
BARNESA: Eastern and Southern Africa
Innovate Plantain: Western and Central Africa

Looking for germplasm?

MGISThe Musa Germplasm Information System (MGIS) contains key information on Musa germplasm diversity, including passport data