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CONSERVATION: Code of Ethical Practice for Traders

Conservation Orchid Doctor

by Robert M. Hamilton (Compiler)

Originally published in The Orchid Doctor in 1980 and 1988

Posted by Sys Admin over 2 years ago.

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To reduce the exploitation of wild-collected species: trade in nursery-raised plants and indicate such origin; encourage nurseries to propagate with seed; nurseries should resist the temptation to import jungle-collected plants; tour organizers should tell their eager customers not to collect plants in the wild; network of seed-banks should be established and coordinated by Kew; can the concern of the few who care make a difference? A84-183; 737
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CONSERVATION: Along Road Verges in England Shoulders and slopes along many roads have become refuges for many terrestrial orchids and cutting back or mowing has increased the numbers of many of them. OR81-245 0
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CONSERVATION: Opinions and Facts At the international level, refer to A86-242; OR86-56;123; effective long-term prospects discussed at length; approaches that might be taken to conserve orchids; artificial selection, etc.; refer to OA87-212 0
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