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Amorphophallus discophorus - offsets, bulbils ?


would someone know if A. discophorus propagates itself by offsets or

Looking at the tuber  (
) it does not give the impression...

In the attached list there is no information wether A. discophorus grows
offsets or not.

Looking forward to any comment..... 

Happy growing, Bernhard.

P.S.: The attached list combines information from several sources
(Aroideana, nationaalherbarium.nl, aroid-L, Hetterscheid, Ittenbach,
Alan Galloway, personal observations ) and was, as far as I know,
collected by several people
(Snow (SanDiego), Vincent E.(rin) Morano, Marco Motta and probably many
more I am not aware of).

P.P.S.: Zach, Albert, Steve and others taking care of the aroid.org -
would you concider to make this file downloadable from the aorid.org
site? It could be updated now and then and gather valuable information
Amorphophallus growers often look for.

Attachment: Amorphallus_soil_dormancy_list_Clean_BS_2012_11_09.xls
Description: MS-Excel spreadsheet

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