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Re: Homeopathy with cress seedlings as experimental approach
Allan, think coffee filter as a moist towel-like medium to
Chromatography paper, such as Whatman's, is
used in laboratory research.... even the Pfeiffer
method of paper chromatography uses it.
i.e., the circular filter paper fits inside a petri dish, a common way
to also do germination bioassay tests for finished composts.
See: petri to germinate seeds with moist towel
Capillary Dynamolysis by Adam McLean
First published in the Hermetic Journal 1980.
The Renaissance of Farming: A Vision for Organic Farming in the
21st Century, Proceedings
Soil Association Conference, 7-9 January 2000
Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester (UK)
APPENDIX III: Dr Ursula Balzer-Graf's Slides
15-pages of accompanying slides, PDF download
Side-by-side comparisons of sensitive crystallisation, capillary
and circular-paper chromatography for different samples of food and the
influence of farming practices.
The Renaissance of Farming Proceedings Located at:
Soil Association | Library | Research Papers
THE RENAISSANCE OF FARMING
Conference Proceedings 7-9/1/2000
What results lie in waiting with cress seedlings and BD dilutions?
Interesting approach...... on-farm research, seeds and seedlings,
BD concoctions, capture results with digital camera, load onto web
page, add text to describe materials and methods, a few notes on
Kolisko style research, fast forwarded.
Allan Balliett wrote:
Hey, Steve - What be "chromatographic paper" ? -Allan
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