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Re: pH and Golden Xanthosoma

  • Subject: Re: pH and Golden Xanthosoma
  • From: "Ron Iles" <roniles@eircom.net>
  • Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 15:28:24 -0500 (CDT)

Thank you George!  Good to make your acquaintance!   Within the IAS everyone
is much closer I feel.  A VER good time to join IAS as I will push hard for
brilliant Members Own Site for Dialogue and help with MEMBERS "shows"
instead of a quarterly "news".  The June Issue tells it all and has some
nice articles and need your reactions.  The Web Site has the Member
Application and you can pay easily by Credit Card and FAX!!!!!  Then
everything is there!

ANY Spathiphyllum I don't have I would buy or exchange if you have photos
showing size lef, and flowers.  I need to know about two weeks before you
sent to get import permit and you'd need to add cost of phytosanitary
certificate.  Within three months I expect to have over fifty forms and
hopefully FAR more.  I used to supply Dany with aroids and Marantaceae and
will be getting more stuff for him.


All the best best and thanks


----- Original Message -----
From: "George Yao" <gcyao@netasia.net>
To: "Multiple recipients of list AROID-L" <aroid-l@mobot.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2001 6:23 PM
Subject: Re: pH and Golden Xanthosoma

| Hi Ron,
| Been having a hectic time, but probably not as hectic as yours.
| The aroid genus that I have the most species of right now is the
| Amorphophallus, courtesy of Alan, Wilbert, and Ron, plus a few natives I
| have picked up here and there. However, I wouldn't say I specialized in
| Next genus in number of species/varieties is the Alocasia, interest of
| which prompted me to join the Alocasia-only list and to which I contribute
| once in a while. Again, not specialized.
| Then come, in no particular order, Aglaonema, Schismatoglottis,
| Caladium, Raphidophora, Anthurium, Philodendron, Syngonium, Dieffenbachia,
| Epipremnum, Scindapsus, Xanthosoma, Zantedeschia, Typhonium, Taccarum,
| Colocasia, Dracontium, Hapaline, Pseudodracontium, Pycnospatha,
| Cyrtosperma, and, of course, Spathiphyllum, all of which I have from one
| a few species/varieties of. As you can see, I am a jack-of-all-trade when
| it comes to aroids.
| I had been thinking of joining the IAS, but on my first tries joining
| on-line last year, I found some difficulties, so I have procrastinated. I
| guess I'll give it another try this time.
| Re Asian Spaths, I am under the impression there is none here, although in
| a recent field trip I saw feral ones. I just shrugged them off as being
| naturalized, perhaps introduced a long time ago. Or perhaps, it's a case
| mistaken identity?! I'll be glad to help in whatever way I can.
| George Yao <gcyao@netasia.net>
| Metro-Manila, Philippines
| | >|
| >|

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