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Knuckles

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Do any of you guys even know how to harden off plants from TC once they reach the proper size? :p

I'm not sure about others replying but I wouldn't be involved if I didn't b/c I actually care for the plants to survive. Tissue culturing has been a hobby since I was a kid & has also been in my TF interest list since I joined TF in 2008. I however do not have any of my old lab equipment. I bet many ppl do not realize the difficulty so thanks for posting that Guy. :bigthumpup:

By the way I change my answer! If the formula wasn't good enough then I change my answer from 25 to 1 for the fact that it is actually a single specimen with many undivided & unseparated growth points at this stage. There are no separation of roots & the plant is growing as an individual mass of plantlets.
 
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If its multiplying then its making more, but I'm guessing their about 39 plantlets on their right now in the photo but since they aren't separated id say 2 cause their looks to be two specimens forming basals/plantlets to be removed and rooted eventually
 
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The whole thing was a bit of a rhetorical question, illustrating that scarcity of species is rarely an issue with micropropagated plants; and I lost count, somewhere north of fifty, even under a dissecting microscope . . .
 

Knuckles

Chief Cat Behavior Specialist
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North TX
The whole thing was a bit of a rhetorical question, illustrating that scarcity of species is rarely an issue with micropropagated plants; and I lost count, somewhere north of fifty, even under a dissecting microscope . . .

I figured you were teasing :slap: lol
 
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