Re: alocasia macrorrhiza, cane for propagating?
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- Subject: Re: alocasia macrorrhiza, cane for propagating?
- From: Hemant Joshi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 19:48:13 -0600 (CST)
I Propogated Alocasia micholitziana 'Frydek'. with Tissue-Culture.and I
say......Got a very good rate of multiplication,from one ex-plant, about
20,000 plants in a year...... its very fast multiplying var. compared to
Gabe Thomas wrote:
> Can you describe your method for me? What is the stalk like? Is it
> similar to a Dieffenbachia cane? I haven't seen an A. macrorrhiza stalk so
> I'm just trying to get an idea if it is similar enough for me to use your
> method for my A. micholitziana 'Frydek'.
> Gabe Thomas
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> Subject: Re: cane for propagating alocasia?
> > Hello this is Brian Williams. I know that we cut the stalk part of the
> > Alocasia macrorrhiza it many parts and plant them and have about 95
> > chance they all come up. I would like to know if the other are like this
> > if the variegated Alocasia macrorrhiza would do the same? THANKS