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Re: Re: SPU -help!

From: Gerry Snyder <gcsnyd@loop.com>

Donald Eaves wrote:
> Hello Folks,
> Received an order today from Shepard Iris Garden and now have
> all these spuria rhizomes in plastic bags which I won't be able to do
> anything with until the weekend.  What to do?  Put them in the vegetable
> bin of the frig as is?

Shouldn't be needed for just a couple days.

>  Slit the bags for air?  

The one clear NO NO is letting the roots dry out before the plant is

> Leave them as is in the air
> conditioning?

Gets my vote. For a few days they should be fine.


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