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pollen storage

 My freezer is just an ordinary one I suppose they all are now 
automatically defrostng I agree -80 C is better Actually after using 
them from the -20 C for a few months I have what was left over from 
the pollen put in the -80C I will try them this year to see how they 
manage So far I have always used pollen from the same season.
There is anaother aspect I forgot to mention Thinking it over I seem 
to have put mainly species pollen in the freezer. If what you put in 
is bad to start with it will not improve in the freezer
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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