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  1. I thought it was about time to open a thread on the ever elusive sci-fi subject of tissue culture propagation. This is a place to share insights, stories: success or failure, and any thoughts on the topic. I would be happy to share more of the results of my research and experiments after we get a chance to hear from some of the giants in the community. I am particularly interested in some of the simple DIY methods I have seen that you can do from home. Clearly the main thing is the sterility of your environment, which can be achieved in a number of different ways. I can see the parallels between home brewing, making vinegar or sauerkraut, or even growing mushrooms. An interesting science project and a great way to preserve genetics. One could even cryogenically freeze plant parts for future use in order to catalog certain genetics. OK, that said... I would love to hear any thoughts on the subject and will chime in from time to time, but really want to hear what people have to say. Thanks!
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