Re: CP

Andreas Wistuba (A.Wistuba@DKFZ-Heidelberg.DE)
Fri, 21 Jan 1994 09:19:13 GMT+1

> Gibbrellic Acid:
> I would hesitate to use this on any healthy, growing plant. This is a
> growth hormone that typically causes a plant to produce a spurt of
> ugly, etiolated, and unnatural growth...

This holds surely true in most cases. However I startet to experiment
with GA a few years ago and it was possible to induce long shoots in
Nepenthes. So it was possible to make cuttings from plants which
usually grew as rosettes.

> Pollen:
> On the orchids e-mail group someone explained how they store
orchid pollen...

This sounds extremely interesting to me. Could you mail a copy of
this comment to me and give me the e-mail adress of the orchid group.
Does anybody know of any papers dealing on long-term storage of