You have reached the IRRI Genebank, where your rice science journey begins. Home to more than 132,000 available accessions which includes cultivated species, wild relatives and species from related genera.

WILD_REL accessions
Code: Intermediate

Selected item(s) below:

0100886IRGC 100886 W 15Oryza schweinfurthiana Prodoehl 2 IRGC 100886 **100886
1101155IRGC 101155 PADI PIPITOryza officinalis Wall. ex G. Watt Sarawak, Malaysia2 IRGC 101155 **101155
2101829IRGC 101829 UI1174Oryza barthii A. Chev. Burkina FasoHistoric2 IRGC 101829 **101829
3101954IRGC 101954 315836Oryza hybr.2 IRGC 101954 **101954
4102621IRGC 102621 315845Oryza officinalis Wall. ex G. Watt Indonesia2 IRGC 102621 **102621
5103424IRGC 103424 W 1814Oryza officinalis Wall. ex G. Watt Indonesia2 IRGC 103424 **103424
6103812IRGC 103812 315893Oryza glumipatula Steud. Venezuela2 IRGC 103812 **103812
7103822IRGC 103822 W 17Oryza hybr. China2 IRGC 103822 **103822
8103892IRGC 103892 314662Oryza longistaminata A. Chev. & Roehr. Kigoma, TanzaniaHistoric2 IRGC 103892 **103892
9103914IRGC 103914 314686Oryza longistaminata A. Chev. & Roehr. Mbeya, TanzaniaHistoric2 IRGC 103914 **103914
10103915IRGC 103915 EL 8Oryza longistaminata A. Chev. & Roehr. Iringa, Tanzania2 IRGC 103915 **103915
11104109IRGC 104109 314844Oryza barthii A. Chev. ChadHistoric2 IRGC 104109 **104109

International Rice Genebank Germplasm Distribution and Exchange Policy

IRRI continues the free international exchange of germplasm, in accordance with the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (ITPGRFA). We provide rice in small quantities to any entity or establishment for research, breeding, or training for food and agriculture purposes; free of charge. At the same time, we gratefully receive seed contributions to add to our collection.

The procedure for acquiring seeds from IRRI are as follows:
1. Read, study and comply with Standard Material Transfer Agreement(SMTA).
2. Inquire, search and choose accessions through GRIN-Global or Genesys websites.
3. Submit requests electronically through the public websites (refer to #2)