So I have to be up for my day job in about 5 hours. So not gonna be much typing
Things continue to do well. Very very well actually. Most of my plants are right on track. My Iguazu 2009 and Cryptocoryne x timahensis are both recovering well. Not gonna be ready super soon, but they are alive and contamination free too.
Something that might increase the market for these plants would be an article, or series of articles about how to best use them. Most of us have no problem using cuttings, or potted plants to get our planted aquarium started, but I'll bet that 80% of us are very wary about handling such tiny, seemingly fragile "baby" plants. I think I would make a big effort to get the word out about how easy it is to use these plants. (I'm just assuming it is easy.) There are several on line and printed publications that would probably welcome such articles.
So my plants will be debuting at AE. Swing by the Pleco Feeder table. He is bringing a 130-140 with him.
Lab is coming along. Working to try to get set up with a wholesale distributor. Figure out some packaging ideas and hiccups. Moving forward. Buying and introducing new plants. Designing and building a laminar flow hood.
Not a lot of free time; between lab, my normal job, and now this little girl... Not thinking about posting too much.
Things are going great. And now I've got this little Ray of sunshine to look out for less than a day old rn. (Aeryn Lynn)
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Going to be starting to fill orders. The day has finally come.
Everything will be done through Jermack Cultivated Plants. All order inquiries will be handled and fulfilled by them. I'm not going to be doing D2C sales ... But if you have a store or a website and are interested, contact them on the Jermack website. Tell them you want to know when Adirondack Aquascaping tissue culture plants are available and are interested in placing an order. If you don't own a business... Contact your favorite shops and sites and tell them to inquire about them!