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Re: Tacca questions (off topic??)

  • Subject: Re: Tacca questions (off topic??)
  • From: Dyeingduk@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 27 May 2002 16:19:12 -0500 (CDT)

I have the black Tacca and it does seem to take forever for the fruit to ripen. What i do is just put a pot of some sort of soiless mix under the pods. As they mature and basically rot away the seed begins to grow in the pots. I don't know my germination percentages because i have never taken a coun, but from say 3 or 4 fruit, i get a pretty full 4" pot. The problems come when repotting. It seems a lot of them just melt away. Thats been my only experiences with Tacca.
Paul Marcellini

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