cddunn at texas.net
Tue Sep 2 19:30:59 EST 1997
Dominique Schaller wrote:
> faganjohns at aol.com (FaganJohns) wrote:
> >I suggest caution when planting Phragmites australis. In the United
> >States, it has become a pest species, often completely dominating wet
> In Europe Phragmites australis is a native plant, no risk of invasion.
> I have germinated seeds this spring by surface sowing them in a pot
> without hole at the bottom. The medium was maintained canstantly wet.
> The germination took one week at 20 °C with light. Now the plants are
> 25 cm high. The seeds were from Chiltern Seeds. The medium was a
> "normal" medium.
> Good luck.
> Dominique Schaller
> Department of Biochemistry
> University of Geneva
> Geneva, SWITZERLANDP. australis aka P. communis is a cosmopolitan plant native everywhere it
will grow. I don't understand how a native plant can be considered pest.
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