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Re: A. erythrorrhachis hybrid may be 'taking'

  • Subject: Re: A. erythrorrhachis hybrid may be 'taking'
  • From: Brian Williams <pugturd@windstream.net>
  • Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2009 11:55:44 -0400

Once the berries turn all orange and are soft you should squeeze them 
out clean them in water and plant them up. I usually put seedlings in a 
humidity chamber until they have their first leaves. I have tried a few 
crosses with Amorphophallus and I have gotten berries several times in 
most cases for me though the berries are highly deformed just non 
existent. I am sure hybrids are possible it can be a big let down when 
all your big nice berries are empty. I have counted my chickens several 
times on these a little to early.
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