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Re: [aroid-l] which tubers stay and which go?

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] which tubers stay and which go?
  • From: Benoit Mouroux bmouroux@yahoo.com
  • Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 09:09:03 +0100 (CET)


you'll find all details in the volume 19 of aroideana,
for all species.

i'm a french collector and have another simple
question on this dormancy :

for the species that stay in ground, the soil must be
keep totally dry or we have to water sometimes ?

benoit (france)

 --- PULCHRODEA@aol.com a écrit : > 
>        Hello fellow Airoiders~
>        I have heard info about certain species of
> Ammorphophallus that are 
> supposed to stay in the ground during  dormancy, and
> some that must come out. 
> My questions are: Which species stay in>? Which come
> out? Why?
>  (If it has any influence on the final answer, I
> live in Southern California, 
> USA)
>        Thank Y'all :)
>        Love and Light*
>        Anthony. 

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