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Re: A. erythrorrhachis hybrid may be 'taking'

  • Subject: Re: A. erythrorrhachis hybrid may be 'taking'
  • From: "Christopher Rogers" <CRogers@ecoanalysts.com>
  • Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2009 05:40:30 -0700

Title: Amorphophallus gigas flowering in Sunnyvale
I really do not know, since I have yet to add this species to my collection.
 
I was thinking about your fruits further; when they do ripen you may want to pick one at random and cut it transversely in half to see if there is an actual embryo inside.
 
Like Paul (and Yoda) said size matters not. When the fruits are ripe they will probably be bright red (some species are blue), they will get a little mushy, and start dropping off.
 
Happy days!
 
D. Christopher Rogers
Invertebrate Ecologist
 
Telephone: 530.383.4798
 
EcoAnalysts, Inc.
PO Box 4098
Davis, CA 95616
USA
 
 
 


From: Weaver, Bill [mailto:bill.weaver@hp.com]
Sent: Fri 10-Jul-09 10:56 PM
To: Christopher Rogers; 'Albert M Huntington'; 'Dan Levin'; 'Paul Licht'
Cc: aroid-l@gizmoworks.com
Subject: RE: A. erythrorrhachis hybrid may be 'taking'

How big is normal for A. erythrorrachis?


From: Christopher Rogers [mailto:crogers@ecoanalysts.com]
Sent: Friday, July 10, 2009 6:55 PM
To: Weaver, Bill; 'Albert M Huntington'; 'Dan Levin'; 'Paul Licht'
Cc: aroid-l@gizmoworks.com
Subject: RE: A. erythrorrhachis hybrid may be 'taking'

Awesome!

 

I would expect them to be as big as normal A. erythrorrachis, since it is the female structure. But as soon as they finish changing colour and start softening, I would plant them.

 

Neat, Bill!

 

 

D. Christopher Rogers

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From: Weaver, Bill [mailto:bill.weaver@hp.com]
Sent: Friday, July 10, 2009 6:16 PM
To: 'Christopher Rogers'; Albert M Huntington; Dan Levin; Paul Licht
Cc: 'aroid-l@gizmoworks.com'
Subject: A. erythrorrhachis hybrid may be 'taking'

 

I pollinated my A. erythrorrhachis with pollen from A. gigas. It seems to be

'taking'. Anybody know how big the berries are supposed to get?

 

Bill

 

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