The hunt for allelopathic plants

Steve Hinkson sphinkson at worldnet.att.net
Wed Sep 15 04:57:44 EST 1999


walnut trees
I think there are still several large ones in Henrietta.
Steve

Beverly Brown wrote:

> Hello!
>
> I am setting up a lab from Vodopich and Moore.  We are going to test
> plants for allelopathic potential.  The technique is to grind up plants
> in a blender, put the slurry in a sterile petri dish and see if radish
> seeds will sprout or not.  The manual does not suggest any species to
> use.  Can anyone suggest potentially allelopathic species which I could
> locate in and around Rochester, NY?
>
> Thanks loads!
>
> Beverly
>
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