Clover post

Kelly McConnaughay kdm at HILLTOP.BRADLEY.EDU
Wed Nov 17 09:22:33 EST 1999


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>From: Kelly Hire <kellyd at bobcat.bradley.edu>
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>Please send this message to the board/group that may be able to answer it
>for me. Thanks.
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>For my master's thesis, I am trying to work with clonal shoots of Trifolium
>repens (white clover).  However, despite finding plenty of literature that
>deals with the clonal clover, I have yet to find a specific method of
>developing the clones from seed.  To date I have tried growing them in
>soil, turface, and a mixture of soil/silica sand, but even after 3 months,
>they were still not clonal.
>
>Can anyone tell me of a specific method to grow the clover in from seed
>that will develop clones in the shortest period of time?
>
>Thanks
>Kelly Hire
>kellyd at bobcat.bradley.edu
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