Re: How to Handle Berries of Pearl Anthurium
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- Subject: Re: How to Handle Berries of Pearl Anthurium
- From: George Yao <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 10:30:55 -0600 (CST)
Thank you very much. I will try what you suggest and hope that I get it
right. The thinner stem comes up perpendicular to the fat root.
George Yao <firstname.lastname@example.org>
At 09:11 AM 02/08/2000 -0600, you wrote:
> I have germinated anthuriums on tissue paper before. The ones I have
>tried, have germinated with great success. But, there seemed to have been
>a slight problem when time came to plant the seedlings out. They stick to
>the paper! My solution was to cut the paper into small pieces and plant
>the seedlings, paper and all.
> I would recommend that you plant them in a sterilized medium as soon as
>possible. Plant them up to where the stem and root meets. This is usually
>very discernable because the root is usually fatter then the stem.
> Once the seeds are planted, and have been covered for about two weeks,
>start "feeding" them with a week, general purpose liquid fertilizer.
> Good growing.