Turning green is the normal reaction of lewallei tubers when exposed to
light. Some other species trun purple, or brown or grey.
When the main tubers show desiccation, you better put them in soil
indeed. It surprises me though since lewallei is a real tough cookie!
> From: MJ Hatfield[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> I have the main tubers with the rhizomatous offsets still attached. My
> question was; the main tuber, stored dry and in darkness, turns green
> and doesn't look as "healthy" as time progresses.
> I will store them in soil until they are bigger.
> Thanks to you all.
> MJ Hatfield
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