[I was going to start a new thread but saw this one and decided to be a 'good forum citizen' after all]
I might need to store onto some cuttings for about 70 days in the fridge, that seems to be OK.
However, I'll need to take them traveking with me on plane/train for several days, never in a car, always in a cool dark environment, during a time of year that is not hot. I won't be able to put them in a refrigerator....would the plan below work?
Use a freezer type pouch [the kind made with mylar-covered bubble wrap], cut the dimensions just slightly larger than the cuttings, use velcro or other way to seal the pouch well to prevent cold leakage.
Use small flexible cold packs to keep the cuttings cool [isolated from the cuttings to keep from freezer burning them]....rotating the cool packs...one in refrigerator/freezer where i'm stying [they will probably agree without any problem], while the other is keeping the cuttings cool.
I'd appreciate any advice here. Thanks!!