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gonatopus boivinii dormancy

  • Subject: gonatopus boivinii dormancy
  • From: John Ludwig <aroidgrower@verizon.net>
  • Date: Fri, 05 Oct 2007 17:38:48 -0400

Hello to all,

I have a dormancy question about this species.

I have just recently brought this indoors for the winter. This is my  
first year growing this and have had it for about 4 months now. It  
did not put on any new growth, but when I re-potted it in late August  
it was just starting to produce a lot of new roots.

I had to re-pot almost everything I had because my soil was not  
draining well at all.

The light level has dropped for this plant since I brought it inside  
3 weeks ago. The leaves are turning a little yellow. No new growth  
yet above soil level.

Does this Species have a distinct dormant period?

Or should I attribute the yellowing to possibly slight over watering  
and not enough light since it was moved indoors?

Does this species require bone dry conditions during dormancy?

I thank everyone for any advice they can share.


John Ludwig
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