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Re: Pollen


Mary 
I noted the way you store the pollen
This is how I do it 
I collect the anthers the day before the flower open or on the 
morning it is open ( I have them then in my greenhouse or shed)
I wrap them in a piece of newspaper and let them dry for the day
In the evening I put it in the freezer
No flash freezing, no silicagel, no alu foil, nor a closed container, 
just in an open box.
PS:There are no bees inside the lab were I do my 
late pollinations( sept okt nov) mainly with stored pollen
RON
 Sagae is fully pod and pollen fertile

Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
Zonneveld@RULbim.LeidenUniv.NL
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