Re: experiments on amorphophallus bulbs
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- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 18:27:19 -0600 (CST)
That sounds like it may not be konjac. Are you sure it is konjac? Where is
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From: newton <email@example.com>
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Sent: maandag 30 oktober 2000 1:47
Subject: RE: experiments on amorphophallus bulbs
> This past season, I fed one of my largest Am. Konjac tubers
> It had bloomed, rested and sent up a good leaf for the balance of the
> and just died back about 3 weeks ago.
> The tuber was planted in a mixture of commercial potting soil and leaf
> compost. The soil stayed moist but was well drained.
> Upon digging for the tubers this past week, I did not find the expected
> rhizome connected "new" tubers. Rather, there were numerous small,
> tubers in groups attached directly to the parent tuber in clusters.
> These small groups of tubers appeared grouped much like clusters of
> Any idea what happened? Do I need to treat for something?
> Lost in Illinois
> Tim McNinch