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  • Subject: speaking of Anchomanes Difformis
  • From: John Ludwig <aroidgrower@gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2008 18:02:06 -0400

I had a tuber with healthy roots that I potted in early May here near  
Philadelphia, Pa. A healthy Petiole emerged within a week after  
planting but was soon damaged by a storm and died. I unpotted it this  
week to find that all of the original roots had rotted, but the tuber  
is showing no signs of rot or new re-growth of roots or shoots.

Should this tuber put on new growth this season?
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