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Re: [aroid-l] Dried out goodies

Yeah one of mine was fairly shrivelled up when it arrived, but i planted it and watered it gently anyway,

I had a look this eve, and it has plumped up a fair bit, and looks like its about to poke out a leaf.
(Either that or its gone completely, and i was looking at a small stone or bit of kak in the compost !!!!)
(Which is entirely possible, the corm was so small!)

And Wilbert, I havn't forgotten about you, payday coming up soon!


On 17 May 2004, at 23:30, Weaver, Bill wrote:

I found that soaking them overnight in warm water with a couple drops
of Physan 20 (a disinfectant soap) seemed to plump things right up.
I don't know if this has any effect on their viability though.


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