RE: moody amorphs
- Subject: RE: moody amorphs
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 10:41:51 -0500 (CDT)
Chen-Yi's A-103 = A. albus. That is a strong species by the way, so I am not
surprised it survived surgery.
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> Verzonden: dinsdag 11 september 2001 0:21
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> Onderwerp: RE: moody amorphs
> OK, happened to my A-103, came with a nice point. this spring (A.
> albispathum or albus?). I hollowed out the tip, put in
> cinnamon powder, and
> rested it exposed on dry, rain-sheltered soil in a partially sunny
> coldframe. Now it has 3 1 foot high and 1 foot wide leaves.
> Can't say as
> much for half of Arisaemas I got from the same source through
> a friend this
> "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <firstname.lastname@example.org>@mobot.org on 09/08/2001
> 11:43:21 AM
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> Subject: RE: moody amorphs
> when does a diLLetant become a dileTTant? please advise...
> [Wilbert Hetterscheid] o.k., you got me there.............
> so what's the answer to the question? maybe these tubers
> just have the
> moodiness of his lordiness... LOL
> [Wilbert Hetterscheid] I guess they wanted to examine the
> surroundings and
> then decided it wasn't good enough. But more seriously: I know this
> behaviour too (of my tubers, that is...). Usually it happens
> when roots
> and shoot don't develop at the same pace. You will probably
> notice, when
> digging up the tuber, that there are either no roots at all, or mushy
> ones. If the shoot has not rotted into the tuber, you may
> want to keep the
> tuber a bit dry and replant after a month. It may just try
> to do its thing
> again. If rot has entered the
> just have to get on your knees for Lord P to get a new one. You can do
> that, I am sure....... As for an explanation: my guess is
> that the soil
> composition is bad. Too acidic (acidous?) or too dense.
> Another reason may
> be that the tuber has rested too long.
> Lord P.
> tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA