2931RE: [AZ] Seeking Small mortar & pestle for crushing anthers
- Jun 1, 2005No, but you could probably make one using a "soft boiled egg" cup and a
dowel. You have been a very resourceful fellow with your pots, my
question would be--How or why they dry anthers would contain pollen
since I thought it blew or fell off after a period of time, or else
became so dry it would lose its ability to pollinate.
The smallest mortar an pestle that I have seen is in a kitchen gadget
store or an old fashioned pharmacy. You might try either source.
MS GULF COAST
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Subject: [AZ] Seeking Small mortar & pestle for crushing anthers
I am about to try something new to me in pollen
collection and preservation. It involves crushing dry
anthers with a small mortar and pestle. Has anyone
run across a miniature mortar and pestle.
Zone 8A, SC
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