We apologize, but the distribution of Solanum lycopersicum L. and Capsicum spp. is suspended due to the EU regulation (details); only accessions with CZE (CSK) origin are tested and available.

Genera and generic subdivisons of Fabaceae Lindl., nom. cons.: Cercideae
Accepted Names
Exclude infrageneric names

Adenolobus (Harv. ex Benth. & Hook. f.) Torre & Hillc. a Adenolobus (Harv. ex Benth. & Hook. f.) Torre & Hillc. Fabaceae
Bandeiraea Welw. ex Benth. & Hook. f. Griffonia Baill. Bandeiraea Welw. ex Benth. & Hook. f. Griffonia Baill. Fabaceae
Barklya F. Muell. a Barklya F. Muell. Fabaceae
Bauhinia L. a Bauhinia L. Fabaceae
Bracteolanthus de Wit Lysiphyllum (Benth.) de Wit Bracteolanthus de Wit Lysiphyllum (Benth.) de Wit Fabaceae
Brenierea Humbert a Brenierea Humbert Fabaceae
Cardenasia Rusby Bauhinia L. Cardenasia Rusby Bauhinia L. Fabaceae
Caspareopsis Britton & Rose Bauhinia L. Caspareopsis Britton & Rose Bauhinia L. Fabaceae
Casparia Kunth Bauhinia L. Casparia Kunth Bauhinia L. Fabaceae
Cercis L. a Cercis L. Fabaceae
Gigasiphon Drake a Gigasiphon Drake Fabaceae
Griffonia Baill. a Griffonia Baill. Fabaceae
Cheniella R. Clark & Mackinder a Cheniella R. Clark & Mackinder Fabaceae
Lasiobema (Korth.) Miq. Phanera Lour. Lasiobema (Korth.) Miq. Phanera Lour. Fabaceae
Lysiphyllum (Benth.) de Wit a Lysiphyllum (Benth.) de Wit Fabaceae
Pauletia Cav. Bauhinia L. Pauletia Cav. Bauhinia L. Fabaceae
Perlebia Mart. Bauhinia L. Perlebia Mart. Bauhinia L. Fabaceae
Phanera Lour. a Phanera Lour. Fabaceae
Piliostigma Hochst. a Piliostigma Hochst. Fabaceae
Schnella Raddi a Schnella Raddi Fabaceae
Tournaya A. Schmitz Gigasiphon Drake Tournaya A. Schmitz Gigasiphon Drake Fabaceae
Tylosema (Schweinf.) Torre & Hillc. a Tylosema (Schweinf.) Torre & Hillc. Fabaceae

Distribution Policy

According to the Decree no.458/2003 to the Act no.148/2003 on plant genetic resources in the Czech Republic users are allowed to order a maximum of 30 generatively and 10 vegetatively propagated samples per year (our business year is from November until October).

Shipments are processed in the order of acceptance. The average handling time is 10 working days.

Plant germplasm is distributed to scientists, educators, producers and other bona fide research and education entities. Distribution of germplasm from National Plant Germplasm collections (NPG) to fulfil requests from individuals seeking free germplasm strictly for home use is generally considered as inappropriate use of limited resources and conflicts with Government policy of not competing with commercial enterprises. Requestors can be asked, in an appropriate manner, to justify the use of specific NPG instead of suitable commercially available germplasm

Accessions listed in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN Czech) database as “not available” due to insufficient or low viability seed and/or scheduled for regeneration will generally not be available for distribution

To safeguard its international public goods character, and by a legal obligation with FAO and the Governing Body of the International Treaty of Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA), germplasm for use in food and agriculture is transferred using the Standard Materials Transfer Agreement (SMTA) of the ITPGRFA.

CRI makes no warranties, express or implied, regarding the quality, viability or purity (genetic or mechanical), safety of and/or use of CRI-held germplasm including any warranty of merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose, including without limitation, production, breeding, crossing, testing, commercialization, or non-infringement of third-party intellectual property.