Re: A. titanum leaf curl
Spot on. Drafts from the overhead fan wafts over
them which could be the culprit. Also, the
Amorphophallus sit by my papayas where the most
duration of light can be found. While I was away
in Calif we actually had sunny weather here in
Seattle and the little beastie wasn't moved out
of the direct sun. The konjac loved it tho...
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> From: B Piilani Brady <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2000 10:50 PM
> Subject: A. titanum leaf curl
> Hi There,
> Sounds like a little too low on the humidity,
> the other two can take lower
> humidity without showing effects, while A.
> titanum, being a jungle species,
> requires close to 100% humidity? Maybe some
> of the other A. titanum
> growers will have some other suggestions.
> >Hello fellow aroiders,
> I have a young A. titanum about 8" tall that
> started to show some leaf curling. The leaves
> are curling upwards along the sides though show
> no visible signs of insects or marring. My A.
> konjac and paeoniifolius sit next to the
> and appear just fine. Any thoughts welcomed.
> Happy growing!
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