6. Tropical Fruits Genebank and Agri-Ecotourism Park is established to collect seeds and other plant reproductive material, primarily of the country’s tropical fruit trees to secure the conservation of these collected plant genetic resources and provide access to them. It is a joint undertaking by CHED and ISU. The following infrastructure projects were established in ISU to prepare for full blast implementation of this project.

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