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Re: [aroid-l] Availability of A. warocqueanum and veitchii

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Availability of A. warocqueanum and veitchii
  • From: "Harold Beck" drewbeck@swbell.net
  • Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2003 12:13:05 -0500

Lynn - thanks for the note - that is interesting - I'm somewhat familiar
with Tampa weather - seems that it is somewhat like Houston (I live in Clear
Lake - which is down toward Galveston - near the water - hot - humid) - I've
been trying to decide on what type cooling to use in the new small
greenhouse - and was looking into cooling pads as well as into the fog
emitters - I was also considering air conditioning coupled with emitters if
necessary -  It sounds like from your experience that the emitters coupled
with a good exhaust system would do the trick -- the cooling pad people that
I contacted were not overly enthused - mainly because of the high humidity
here in Houston - but it sounds like for the veitchii and warocq.s that the
fog system would be fine - you have periods of high humidity also - right ??

Thanks, appreciate your input

Harold----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Aroideae@aol.com>
To: <aroid-l@lists.ncsu.edu>
Sent: Friday, September 05, 2003 6:04 PM
Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Availability of A. warocqueanum and veitchii

> harold---
>        i grow both species in the tampa, florida area in high humidity and
> shade but without cool pads.  i rely on low volume overhead emitters that
> every 2 hrs during the daytime and on a 54 inch exhaust fan with an
> shutter at the opposite end of the greenhouse.  the double doors on the
> greenhouse are open all year also, when the temp. is above 60 deg.  it's
hot here
> too, but the greenhouse rarely goes above 90 deg in the summer.  i
maintain 60
> deg minimum during the winter.  i've had the plants growing under these
> conditions for about 10 yrs. with no problems.
> lynn
> > I would appreciate any information relative to potential sources for
> > Anthurium warocqueanum and/or A. veitchii . I would also be very
interested in
> > information regarding suitable growing environment. I live in Houston
Texas and
> > understand the problems of extremely high temperatures for long periods
> > time -- and the necessity for controlled conditions.
> >
> > Any info would be greatly appreciated !!
> >
> > Thanks, Harold Beck

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