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These are quite a bit cooler than anything found in most homes; they are kept at minus 320 degrees Fahrenheit and store germplasm seeped in liquid nitrogen.
At these active sites, crop species experts evaluate, grow and distribute germplasm to researchers, professors and breeders worldwide.
The cryopreservation process frees this germplasm of pathogens and buys the material an estimated couple-thousand years of viability.
The repository currently holds over 80 percent of the germplasm stores from ARS sites across the country.
The potential for area gardeners is the introduction of unique, new germplasm for future amazing hybrids — with fire engine red flowers the size of dinner plates that smell like lilies, fry up the okra and walk the dog...
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