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Re: CULT: Bloom Out/Increase from the Bloomstalk

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Bill Shear: 
>How does cutting versus snapping affect the presence of increase on 
>the bloomstalk?  In either case the bloomstalk is gone.  Or are we 
>talking about the same thing?

My efforts at snapping off bloom stalks often result in the heel of the 
mother rhizome being snapped off. This heel section often has 2 or more 
tiny increases forming. I'm sure if I had cut the bloom stalk at a 
higher point, these increses would continue to grow. I have tried 
replanting the heel section (in pots) but only with little success.

While on the subject of bloom stalks, I reported a while back, that a 
new SDB had a squashed flower hidden inside the fan. I was worried that 
I would lose this plant to bloomout, but the original fan has continued 
to produce new leaves, as if the tiny little bloom stalk it produced was 
insufficient to 'finish off' that rz. Thought others might find this 

Cheers, Jan Clark, in Australia, where Witching is continuing to put up 
new bloomstalks. Pity I don't actually like the flower!

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