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See what is possible with a simple agrarian technic.

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  • In the begining of the eighties the last century, I needed an electon-microscope, it was unpayable for a starting entrepreneur.
    Driving with my car from Wageningen to Enkhuizen I saw a farmer working between two fields. And I thought when the vegetation between the fields have highly sensitive vegetable's for diseases (the reason for making a free corridor between two fields), I can use these vegetable's when I let them grow in an sterile environment ( in a buttercup with agar, sugar and minerals). Propably I needed for specific diseases specific vegetables. I used the first tests by making some garlic's viral-free. But the university came with assistence with their electron-microscope's. And that was the end of this cheap indirect and simple technic.

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  • BrianDegger

    sounds great.... hope you get a chance to talk to Marc Dusselier of hackterialab they have scientists/collegues in indonesia.

    June 23, 2013

  • Harry van D.

    My idea was promising and usable in developing countries. Is it still usable?

    May 10, 2013

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    Harry van Deelen did a lot of educations - O.U. natural science and Cultural sciences. I was... more

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