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Re: [Aroid-l] Trudy the Titan is Back


thanks for the explanation!

I have not thought about soil vacuum cleaners, but it's a nice idea to
remove the top soil without the danger of hurting the tuber.

I fully understand your paranoia ;-)
My titan is far from 19 kg, but I am working on it.

Good growing,

-----Original Message-----
> Date: Tue,  1 Aug 2006 17:39:13 +0200
> Subject: RE: [Aroid-l] Trudy the Titan is Back
> From: "Weaver, Bill" 
> To: "Discussion of aroids" 

> Trudy was about 50 pounds when planted last year. I haven't
> weighed it since then. Most of my aroids I keep in their pots
> completely covered and slightly moist. Even though I use a very loose
> mix of 2 parts pumice to 1 part potting soil I am a bit
> paranoid about losing the titan so I vacuum the soil off the
> top of the corm so I can check its condition and re-bury it
> and start watering when it starts to sprout.
> Bill

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