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[aroid-l] titanum corm storage

  • Subject: [aroid-l] titanum corm storage
  • From: "Temmerman" <temmerm@skynet.be>
  • Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2004 17:14:57 +0200


I just happened to see on ebay that somebody is offering a titanum corm.
But it is stored dry, and the seller advises that too.  Now, Indonesia is on
the equator, so it rains there all year round I'd say.  I also think I read
several times that they cannot be stored dry.  Can anybody tell me the
facts? Thanks and have a nice day.


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