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Re: Leaf bulbils

All i do is half bury them on top of a pot,keep dryish until the next growing season when they should shoot.I have accidentally left them for months in barely damp spag and they just sat there and did nothing.i dont worry about removing the remnants of leaves as they just seem to naturally dessicate.Have actually never seen a bulbil rot, up here leaves and petioles seem to disappear very quickly.Hope thats a helpChris

On 3/04/2011 12:24 PM, Greg Ruckert wrote:
As the growing season for Amorphophallus draws to a close I have a number of plants developing leaf bulbils.
What is the best way to handle these as the leaf dies down?
Do we need to use a knife to remove leaf tissue or is it safer to let the leaf tissue dessicate away from the bulbil?
Is there a risk of the bulbils rotting as the leaf collapses?
Greg Ruckert.
Nairne, South Australia.
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