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Re: ROT!!!


In a message dated 96-07-10 18:17:28 EDT, you write:

>TIP: To help prevent rot and to force the daughters (increases) to grow 
>you should cut the mother (rhizome) right down the middle after the 
>bloom stalk has dried.

If it hasn't already turned to mush.....

This sort of thing works for other plants which have a 'mother' bulb, so it
seems like it ought to work.  Get those auxins moving.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tenn. USA


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