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Isn’t there anyone out there trying new things with their aroids – propagation in coffee grounds, vacuum cleaner fluff, newspaper pots, aeroponics? Even tomato growers are planting upside down, and the vegetable industry has embraced grafting of all manner of unlikely things. The turf industry has new grasses that thrive on salt or brackish water and one stadium grows its whole playing field outside in the sun and moves it in for games (I don’t think that I made that one up). Have you trained whitefly to perform tricks, tested nurse crops to maintain control agents, used yellow cards (standard in commercial greenhouses), planted marigolds in your hanging baskets or garlic to keep amorphophallus company..


Please share articles with your hidebound fellow members. Articles short or long can come to me (derekburch23@gmail.com) or to Carla (Carla.kostelac@mobot.org).


Please.  Derek

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