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Re: Dormancy requirements Arisaema spec.001, Amorpho. spec 004

  • Subject: Re: Dormancy requirements Arisaema spec.001, Amorpho. spec 004
  • From: manickam aravinthan <kmaravinthan@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 09:15:24 -0600 (CST)

Dear sir,
for the amorphophallu spec. 004 the tuber for the
cultivated one in the tropical contry like India they
practices as the dry for the tuber upto seven to ten
months in that time there is not require of any water
or nutrient then it number of sprout come out from
single corm each sprout cut and use for trial in the
--- magrysbo@shu.edu wrote:
> These 2 groups of seedlings, Arisaema spec.001,
> Amorphophallus spec. 004,
> are in the process of going dormant. They were seeds
> from Bjorn Malkmus.
> How dry should the tuberlets be kept and for howm
> long, and for the
> Arisaema (is it a tropical one?) should any chilling
> be required?
> Bonaventure Magrys

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