WP1: Tulip plant materials and samples collected form botanical expeditions and ex situ conservation (M1-12)
D.1.1. Native plants of 14 tulip species with soil, root (mycorrhiza) and leaf samples (M8)
D.1.2. Pilot ex situ conservation of tulip mother plants (M12)
D.1.3. Pilot in vitro cultivation in glass containers (M12)

WP2: Documentation-characterization of propagation material, sample analyses and isolation-identification of mycorrhiza (M2-26)
D.2.1. Supplementary tulip propagation material (M18)
D.2.2. Analyses (600) of plant and soil samples (M26)
D.2.3. Acquisition of genetic accession codes and dendrograms of species genetic affinities (M20)
D.2.4. Molecular identification of mycorrhiza and report of samples’ analysis (M26)

WP3: Propagation and pilot cultivation of 5 tulip species in field and greenhouse with innovative precision fertilization (M15-30)
D.3.1. In vivo propagation protocols for 5 species (M30)
D.3.2. In vitro propagation protocols for 3 threatened species (M30)
D.3.3. Reports with analyses of fertilization results of pilot crops in the field and greenhouse for 5 species (M30)

WP4: Post-harvest evaluation of cut tulip flowers (M15-28)
D.4.1. Report on post-harvest analyses of cut tulip flowers cultivated with precision fertilizers (M28)
D.4.2. Determination of tulip vase life time (M28)

WP5: Dissemination of research results (M8-30)
D.4.1. Website in Greek and English and social media (M12)
D.4.2. Article in a Greek magazine (M30)
D.4.3. Article on the internet (M30)
D.4.4. Proceedings (5) at national or international conferences (M30)
D.4.5. Publications (5) in scientific journals (SCI) (M30)
D.4.6. Organization of a seminar day (M28)
D.4.7. Design of program brochures (M18)
D.4.8. Participation in flower exhibitions (national and international) (M26)

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