Ericaceous transplants: Mycorrhizae question.

Mike Hagen mhagen at olympus.net
Sat Jan 29 17:34:56 EST 2000


The only times I've ever been able to transplant or get Madrone to
germinate were when I accidentally caught seed in pots under the parent
tree or moved brand new seedlings. They needed native soil to make it at
all.


truffler1635 at my-deja.com wrote:
> 
> In article <38902234.6B32D6D3 at worldnet.att.net>,
>   Steve Hinkson <sphinkson at worldnet.att.net> wrote:
> > I don't know your answer, Mike, if I ever knew, I've forgotten.
> > Fascinating hypothesis, though, just the sort of thing that stumped orchid
> > growers for years!
> > Let me know if you find out it's true?
> > Thanks.
> > Steve
> > --
> All Orchidaceae require mycorrhizal fungi.
> 
> Daniel B. Wheeler
> www.oregonwhitetruffles.com
> 
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