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Re: A. konjac late emerging

  • Subject: Re: A. konjac late emerging
  • From: Don Martinson <llmen@wi.rr.com>
  • Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2010 05:44:06 -0500

It's not at all uncommon for a konjac (and perhaps other species), after
blooming, to rest an entire year before resprouting.  Sometimes, when I
watch the grow rate of the inflorescence, it's no wonder the tuber says
(planthropomorphcally)   "I'm pooped!"

Don Martinson
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

On 7/20/10 11:46 PM, "Sheldon Hatheway" <sfhatheway@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hi, All,
> Is it normal for an Amorphophallus konjac, over-wintered for the first time in
> the ground, to emerge this late (mid July)?  I had been watching for it for
> months and had finally given up on ever seeing that one again.  Then, lo and
> behold, it broke dormancy and is 4" tall after just 2 days.  However, now that
> I 
> think about it, almost everything in my garden is late this year.
> Sheldon Hatheway
> Canby OR - zone 7B (or thereabout)

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