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Re: Aglaonema cochinchinense

  • Subject: Re: Aglaonema cochinchinense
  • From: agrsuw@ku.ac.th
  • Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2008 09:44:35 +0700

Dear Carol,

Attached please find a photo of a selected clone of the species you wanted. 
Thai breeders used it as a stud plant in our current breeding program.

Associate Professor
Department of Horticulture
Kasetsart University
Bangkok 10900
Mobile: 6681-9012930

Quoting brian lee <lbmkjm@yahoo.com>:

> Dear Carol,
> Aloha.
> I do not have any photos of Aglaonema cochinchinense...however, I'd like to
> know what your interest in Aglaonema in general is.  I have a keen interest
> in the species, but, know very little about the genus, myself.  I just
> obtained a copy of Dan Henry Nicolson, A Revision of the Genus Aglaonema
> (Araceae).
> I have collected many Aglaonema in the Philippines...completely ignorant of
> the species.  This was just after Corazon Aquino came to power following the
> assassination of her husband.  Dr. Vic Santos was my host in Luzon.  I also
> was sent many types of Aglaonema from Jack Craig in Java...again,ignorant of
> species, no data.  I am trying to teach myself a little about Aglaonema...so
> many species and cultivars, so little time.  Conrad Fleming may know more
> about these than I, as he sparked my renewed interest in Aglaonema species.
> Bob Hirano, Betty Ho, and Roberto Burle-Marx were with us collecting all
> manner of plants in the Philippines... Aglaonema was a minor interest at the
> time...but we brought back all that was offered...all unidentified, I'm
> afraid.
> I see that Aglaonema cochinchinense is found in South Vietnam, etc.  My niece
> is currently working in Vietnam and I can see if they have any photos of
> Aglaonema on limestone habitats...she knows nothing of the genus, but she
> loves nature in general and I can alert her to look for such things.  She
> will be in Hawaii this month, so I can show her all the plants I am
> growing...just to see if she finds anything similar in the wild.  However,
> soon she will transfer to Bangkok.
> Aloha,
> Leland
> --- On Fri, 9/12/08, Carol Bader <cb13@cornell.edu> wrote:
> > From: Carol Bader <cb13@cornell.edu>
> > Subject: [Aroid-l] Aglaonema cochinchinense
> > To: aroid-l@gizmoworks.com
> > Date: Friday, September 12, 2008, 5:16 AM
> > Does anyone have a picture of Aglaonema cochinchinense?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Carol Bader
> >
> > Greenhouse Grower
> > L.H. Bailey Conservatory
> > Cornell Universtiy
> >
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