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Re: Leaf bulbils

Usuali i wait until the leaf drying and place the bulbil on the same pot half buried without care of it.
I think that bulbils smaller than 1cm rarely generate a new plant.

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Marco Motta
Via Galvani 21
20050 Macherio (MB)

Il giorno 04/apr/2011, alle ore 17:27, Christopher Rogers <branchiopod@gmail.com> ha scritto:

How yer goin'?
Just let them fall off the leaves all on their own. In the wild they come off on their own with out rotting.

On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 7:24 PM, Greg Ruckert <greg@alpacamanagement.com> 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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