Re: IN VITRO stuff

Michael Hasemann (
Mon, 9 Jan 1995 18:08:42 +0200 (EET)

> Tissue culture and a coordinated breeding program among growers would both be
> valuable tools.
> (..)
> Perhaps nepenthes and other carnivorous species have a bigger role
> in such a plan than we can imagine since they do not require nutrient rich
> soil.
> I'm not usually an optimist, but I do not see how we can preserve the earth
> if we do not take this route...
and who takes care about all those plants which are less 'interesting'.
I am mean it's soon time to enlargen our hoods for all these ferns,
mosses, and other green life forms. Is our tissue culture fraction
already working on it. Secret laboratories (not supported!) around! :-)


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