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Re: Amorphophallus Chlorophyll missing?

I had an albino seedling in a batch of A. bulbifer back in the 1990s. It did not survive much beyond 2" or 3" tall.  I presume it was unable to photosynthesize.

Walter Greenwood
Allison Park, PA

Neil Gordon wrote: 

> Ive got a new batch of Amorph. Titanum seeds on the go, but one of them seems to be missing the green bit most plants figure out early in life.

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