G. robertsoniae and sustainable seed collecting

Joshua Young joshuakyleyoung@gmail.com
Fri, 18 Nov 2011 12:08:39 PST
>  Hi Guys,
   I understand what Alberto is saying, recently Chlidanthus boliviensis
was rediscovered, The guys have searched for years at past known locations
with no luck, About a month ago tho they had ran into a population and
collected a few seeds and distributed them to people at no cost.  Many were
also started with hopes to reintroduce more plants into this area and I
feel a good amount of reassurance that this will be helpful to this species.

   Out of the few seeds I got all have germinated and hopefully we can
produce seed for the future for distribution.

    A good question tho, how do you know what a safe amount of seed may
be?  Is it possible that this is actually harmful?

   On a personal note, I have been engulfed in family issues tending to two
deaths and dealing with a horrible car wreck myself, I am finally
recovering and I'm sad I've missed out on the past two months or so of the

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