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Re: Wilbert Hetterscheid admiration society?

  • To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
  • Subject: Re: Wilbert Hetterscheid admiration society?
  • From: George Yao <gcyao@netasia.net>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2000 19:43:35 -0500 (CDT)

Hi Jonathan and everyone,

I tried germinating mine using the baggie method, and I was able to get
five seedlings. Two damped off. One, I gave away. And, now I have two
beautiful plants, both with a second leaf. But, I did not remember any
stink from the seeds. Next time, I will try to sniff them.

George Yao <gcyao@netasia.net>
Metro-Manila, Philippines

At 05:03 PM 06/14/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>No, there was no subject heading exactly like that, but pretty close I
>think.  In any case, I thought that I should mention in regard to crushed
>boxes and their contents that four of the crushed, no, only one was
>_crushed_, these were just severely flattened seeds of Amorphophallus
>muelleri seed I received, that I went ahead and stuck in the ground, all
>have now come up and some are showing a second leaf.  The leaves are
>wonderful, with the white silver edging.
>BTW, did anyone know that the seeds of this species at least, are also
>quite odorific - not just the inflorescence!  Now why would a plant produce
>seeds that stink?  Considerate animals that would scrape some dirt over it
>out of habit?  Dung beetle invitation in order to get the seed germinating
>in some really rich medium?  Any thoughts?
>Thank you sir.
>Jonathan Ertelt
>Greenhouse Manager
>Vanderbilt University Biology Department
>Box 1812, Sta. B
>Nashville, TN  37235
>(615) 322-4054

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