Plant Tissue Culture
Posted 23 July 2011 - 01:29 PM
Posted 23 July 2011 - 01:45 PM
Plant Tissue Culture i have been looking at this site http://www.planttc.com/ and just wanted to know if any one has ever tryed it looks like it would save time
I have heard lots about this, and done some research before seeing your post. From what I can recall, you have to have lab like conditions and be very very sterile. That website you linked seems like it has some good deals on starter kits, but i think its a lot harder than they are describing.
I think tissue cloning is more for very very large scale. Like thousands of plants. Why not just use a cloning bucket? I use just RO water and a cloning bucket and have clones in less than a week.
Posted 23 July 2011 - 06:55 PM
because i only have one room dont have the room for two
Cloning is much more a characteristic of this plant than a secret way to propegate it. Out in the wild, if a strong wind or an animal breaks off a branch, and it falls into moist soil, it's likely to sprout roots and grow. It's just what the plant wants to do. GROW! It doesn't require any large space. In fact many growers are doing it right on their vegging plants. Give it a try! You can increase your odds by using a cloning gell, and buying or building a cloner, but it's not necessary. They don't need RO water or lights on a schedule or any of that out in nature. They just want to grow. Don't be bashful, and don't get discouraged. It's a lot of fun trying, and you'll be pleased with yourself when you get one to grow.
Posted 23 July 2011 - 08:13 PM
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