Re: Pycnospatha arietina - a problem
- Subject: Re: Pycnospatha arietina - a problem
- From: Ken Mosher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2008 09:35:47 -0500
Hi Marek and Susan,
They smell bad only depending on the pathogen that caused the rot. I'd
like to see a better photo taken more from the side. And please blow or
brush off all the soil that you can. But even with a good photo there's
no substitute for a hands-on inspection. You really need to use your
best judgment about the tuber's weight for its size, the firmness and
whether or not it looks dried-up (dry rot is common).
Unfortunately it was a mistake to scratch through the skin. I've found
them to be extremely picky about even minor damage. You said that you
stored it at room temperature, but it was in soil, right?
Susan B wrote:
> Hi Marek,
> Oh, you will definitely know if it is rotten. Pycnospatha collapse
> very quickly and smell horrible. Your tuber still looks good to me.
> --- On *Sun, 12/21/08, Marek Argent /<email@example.com>/* wrote:
> From: Marek Argent <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [Aroid-l] Pycnospatha arietina - a problem
> To: "Discussion of aroids" <email@example.com>
> Date: Sunday, December 21, 2008, 9:32 PM
> Hi all,
> Last year I bought one tuber, it produced a leaf and fell into
> dormancy as it should (I cultivated it at home).
> This year it hasn't put any leaf or roots. Yesterday I dug it from
> the pot and I still don't know if it is alive or not.
> I scratched it a little - it was cream beige inside and seemed solid.
> I broke the tip where the leaf should grow from and it was wet.
> How to check if it is not rotten? What to do with the tuber?
> I stored it during dormancy also in the room temperature.
> Here are 2 photos, I can do better images if neccesary (macro
> Please help me
> Marek Argent
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