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Re: [Aroid-l] disappearing acts (Amorphophallus)

Dear tsuh yang,

how where the growing conditions of the plants?
Esp, fertilization.....

It is not understandable that a tuberous aroid does not grow a new
tuber, if growing conditions and fertilization where OK.

Better growing next time,

-----Original Message-----
> Date: Fri, 26 May 2006 21:47:37 +0200
> Subject: [Aroid-l] disappearing acts (Amorphophallus)
> From: piaba 
> To: Discussion of aroids 
[naughty introduction deleted, Bernhard.
ty, sometimes you are a bad boy ;-), just like me....]
> my question to you amorph growers is: what makes an
> amorph plant grow huge, happily, for one season, as a
> matter of fact, grow so well that it completely
> depletes its tuber?  i've lost two giant tubers i had
> of paeoniifolius and longituberosus.  both grew sturdy
> stems, lots of leaflets, but to my surprise, after
> they went dormant, there was no tuber left.  these
> were grown in pots indoors, not in a greenhouse or
> garden.  
> thanks.
> =========
> tsuh yang

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