The Western Regional Plant Introduction Station (WRPIS) in Pullman, Washington--one of four plant introduction stations in ARS's National Plant Germplasm System--boasts one of the world's largest collections of cool-season forage and turfgrasses, totaling nearly 21,000 accessions.
What does WRPIS stand for?
WRPIS stands for Western Regional Plant Introduction Station (US)
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Hannan leads the Western Regional Plant Introduction Station in Pullman, Washington, and serves informally as liaison between ARS and the FCGP.
She takes care of germplasm for the wild species of the genus Allium, which includes onions, garlic, and leeks, at the ARS Western Regional Plant Introduction Station in Pullman, Washington.