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Storage of Amorphophallus seeds


Aroiders, esp. Amorphophiles,

a fellow Amorphophile is in Cameroon and asks how to store
Amorphophallus zenkerii (probably zenkerii) seeds till he comes back.
He knows that the viability of Amorphophallus seeds is limited, but he
wants to keep them viable as long as possible.
Can he store them cool in a fridge or will this damage the seeds? Or are
there better ways to store them?
How long do they keep viability anyway?

Looking forward to your advice...

Happy storing,
Bernhard.


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