many species are endangered around the world. Many will be
extinct - if not all ready. Work might be done in situ or
abroad. In any case, many techniques have been developed, and
can be a huge factor in the re-establishing of the nature.
HT1 can provide
assistance with the eradication of invasive species - or at
least restriction. We have experience with propagation from rare
seeds, cuttings that normally don't root, meristem propagation
in vitro and re-location of seedlings.
the right treatment, a single leaf might be cloned to 1000s of
tiny plants that can grow strong in sterile environment, and
then be transferred to natural soil. When they are strong
enough, they can be re-introduced to their natural
provided the needed knowledge to get a conservation nursery up
and running on San Cristobal, The Galapagos. Further more, we
supported the Charles Darwin Research Institute with propagating
HT1 contribute with Pro Bono
Charles Darwin Research Station,
Gardens Conservation International,
International Plant Names Index,
Species Survival Network,
International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Seeing the plants
in the wild give a good feeling of their needs, but
surprisingly, different parameters might encourage the growth.
Special equipment like aeroponics, fog-canons, heated beds,
special soil, hormones and numerous other components can do the
HT1 has a vide
experience with plants from all over the world, both in culture
and in the wild, and are eager to share this knowledge.