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Re: Amorphophallus bulbifer culture

Go to the IAS Web Page....  <www.aroid.org>...  Click on Araceae...  then
Amorphophallus....  Then the article on culture.....  Then........ as the
old Newspaper Boys used to say many years ago......  "Read all about
it"....  Excellent article on culture....

>Hello all,
>I was wondering if anyone has any cultural information on the
>best way to grow A. bulbifer.  I've had a small corm for a couple
>of years and it doesn't seem to be increasing in size.  I also
>have a bunch of A. konjac that also are not getting any bigger.
>Any ideas as to soil type, heat, light, fertilization & etc. for
>either of these species would be greatly appreciated.
>David Sizemore

Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
Your Source for Tropical Araceae
Go to <http://www.macconnect.com/~plantnut>

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