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Re: Breaking dormancy of Amorphophallus.

I'm by no means the expert on Amorphophallus but what I'm beginning to 
discover is that under carefully controlled conditions, Amorphophallus 
behave as they please.


At 07:52 AM 4/2/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Dear growers,
>I have got tubers of two different Amorphophallus sp. from Thailand. Since
>I have got them (July) there is still  o signs of any new growth, but the
>look healthy. Can I breake the dormancy in any way?
>Best regards,

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