Re: colocasia non-tubers

No responses yet.  I recall have read a similar question once before and no
one answered that one.  Well perhaps you and I will be answering this for
everyone else shortly.  I've photographed all of my tubers and untubers but
haven't gotten around to adding the images to my website yet.  Next spring,
I'll keep track of which ones sprout and which don't.  I'll post results
and perhaps that will answer our question.

What I'd love to hear from the academicians here, though, is the purpose of
the tuber if the "untubers" also germinate.

At 12:50 PM 12/1/97 -0600, you wrote:
>I read your post but never did see an answer to your question regarding the
>tubers for your Colocasia esculenta. I, too, dug mine and have found the
>same roots coming from around the stem. If you don't mind, what answer did
>you get? I went ahead and dug mine and they are laying in my basement
>drying. I don't know if this is good or not. I garden in Southern Missouri,
>zone 6. My e-mail address is:
>If you get time to answer me I'll appreciate it. Thanks, 

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