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Optimal PPM concentrations determined in order to clone Hemp plants without contamination

26th Nov 2019

Optimal PPM concentrations determined in order to clone Hemp plants without contamination

Francisco begins the experiment by testing various concentrations of PPM against a control (the red colored gel has no PPM in the media). Each colored gel represents a different concentration of PPM.

Preference Center

In order to successfully sterilize the meristematic tissue we need to:

1. Determine the optimal concentration of PPM needed
2. Calculate the amount of time that the tissue needs to soak in PPM

Before we begin hemp propagation we are designing a procedure that will keep our tissue contamination-free outside of a laminar flow hood.

    

 

  

 

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