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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Growing Dicranum from buttermilk shake

Subject: Re: BRYONET: Growing Dicranum
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 09:34:54 -0500
From: Steve Newmaster <snewmast@uoguelph.ca>
To: bryonet-l@mtu.edu

BRYONET

How about moss milk shakes? There has been some luck in blending mosses
with buttermilk and spreading this slurry on your substrate. My
references to this come from Japanese Horticulturist, but there are no
research publications on this technique. Has anyone tried this and do
you know of any methods papers on moss milkshakes? Perhaps I should try
eggnog!

Best Wishes,

Steve


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Department of Botany
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