Xeno wrote:Very nice Matt since it wasnt that long since you did start from what I can recall.
Yeah, I only started a year ago in November. At least, that was my first attempt. I didn't really start in earnest until around March, when there was more tissue to work with. This summer was a tough one for me to get too much going with TC because my wife and I made a very long move. This summer will be much better and I'm optimistic that I'll be able to get most of the clones from my collection started in TC.
Xeno wrote:Its then possible to have one in a jarr for a long time for later use and then I could use that one for explant since its already clean ?
Yes, once you get a clone started in TC, it's very easy to keep it going indefinitely. Some people say that you should restart them from time to time because you can get genetic mutations if you've divided them too much. But then I've heard other people say they've propagated the same clone for 15 years without any issues.
Leave the meat for our pet plants