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Old 08-26-2020, 05:16 AM #401
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Very interesting.

FWIW, I found that tissue culture which were rooted stored for much longer at 4C. Maybe if you root the cuttings first (e.g. in aero cloner) you could store them for longer. Not sure if that would be advantagious to your needs.
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Grafting on to a larger rootstock is very interesting to me. If we have a four plant limit I am hoping for 3 mothers and a multi-grafted, perhaps perpetually flowering rootstock. Thanks for your info Darpa.
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I'm a horticulturalist. Have been for 10 years. Qualified anyway. I have grafted many plants. Give me links to these plants that have been grafted to other families?
https://phys.org/news/2020-09-scientists-enzyme-grafting-families.html
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Well that is cool but was published after my comment. That is real cool.
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After reading it though it seems like the grafts may not have lived much more then a month
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‘After reading it though it seems like the grafts may not have lived much more then a month’

Hi ozz! You had me worried for a minute.. tobacco seeds and scalpel in hand .
Just re read it and cant see what you mean?
It says they harvested a tomato from a three month old daisy and that they have worked out the mechanism involved. I suspect we will see inter species grafting gel before long.

"Our latest results regarding the key molecules involved, not just interfamily grafting itself, could help improve plant grafting techniques so that the variety of root systems available to aid crop production can be increased with minimal destruction of ecosystems."

I’m currently attempting to stop a zamal bliss scion that makes you want to roll one trouser leg up and put a gold chain over your t shirt from semi autoflowering by grafting her onto some photoperiodic roots.
But I do like the idea of grafting buds onto hops in the tree tops.
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The results showed that Nicotiana, used as either scion or rootstock, succeeded in maintaining grafts for more than a month with 73 species in 38 families.
Its says more then a month. I would love to read the paper.
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They’re doing some funky work at Nagoya U!

Check out this seedling grafting ‘chip‘: https://youtu.be/mPArXH3gt7s

Here’s the paper, hopefully: https://sci-hub.st/downloads/2020-08...ce.abc3710.pdf
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Great thread! Cool science, really informative and innovative. Mind blown
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One of the best thread i'd ever seen!thanks for sharing your experiments guys!!

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