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Re: bap'em Dan-o

Thanks Kate,

The information from the talk is now posted on the net.  Just go to
RowenGardens.com, then the Resources Page, and use the link to Winter
Scientific Meeting.  Sorry about the way the Intuit opens a new browser
window when you link, but if you have ever used QuickBooks you would
understand their need for control.

The notes posted there I gave out at the talk and I also posted sources of
TC supplies.  I am going to add to this site as I get time, so if you have
an interest in Hosta TC, please visit.  I hope Charles Tuttle will finish
his write up on Hosta TC and let us post it as well.  If there is interest,
we can supply some of the equipment and supplies through Rowen Gardens
Nursery.  We are looking into supplying autoclaves, tools, and glass bead
sterilizers at present.

Thanks again Kate for the complement, I do not know how the talk went as
Ran, Mark and I were so pressed for time.  I enjoyed meeting you and so many
of the other listserve correspondents.

Jim Anderson
    Winterberry Farms Tissue Culture
        part of Rowen Gardens Nursery

----- Original Message -----
From: Kate Ardissono <sunkat@netnitco.net>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2000 6:02 PM
Subject: Re: bap'em Dan-o

> Jim Anderson mentioned at the Winter Sci meeting about an online store
> I hear you right Jim or was I in the wrong room) that has supplies like
> these for sale.  It's a shame more people couldn't make the Winter Sci
> meeting, Jim did a wonderful presentation on setting up your own TC Lab.
> I'm really tempted but since I still can't master growing seeds yet I
> know if I should try.  Although I've got my shopping list for it made
>     1 pressure cooker - if I can't find an autoclave
>     1 hepafilter and box for sterile area
>     1 real large baby food jars (maybe Mushroom jars)
>     1 Bap
>     the rest I'll have to go hunting on Jim's site again for the things
> missing on my list
> See Jim.. Some of us Paid attention....
> Kate Ardissono
> -----Original Message-----
> From: braggs <braggs@mediaone.net>
> To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
> Date: Tuesday, January 25, 2000 3:26 PM
> Subject: bap'em Dan-o
> >Beth, See if you can find an eyedropper in mls. and a beaker or
> >graduated container in mls. and you're on the right track. I haven't
> >looked yet but Indyb says they are out there (maybe medical or science
> >suppliers) I'm gonna try to bap some hostas this year to, should be
> >interesting for sure!
> >
> >
> >detroitdan
> >
> >
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