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Re: Are Aglaonemia toxic?

  • Subject: Re: Are Aglaonemia toxic?
  • From: agrsuw@ku.ac.th
  • Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2008 16:37:31 +0700

Dear Windy,

Aglaonema has no toxic sap as found in Dieffenbachia.  You can use the plant
without any worry on it poison.

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

Quoting Windy Aubrey <exotics@hawaii.rr.com>:

> Hi,
> I wanted to bring an Aglaonemia into the house, but didn't know if it is a
> toxic plant or not.
> I have house cats and wondered if it were like a Dieffenbachia if one were to
> chew on it?
> I couldn't find anything online, so I am wondering if someone out there could
> help me, if they know.
> Thanks in advance, I appreciate the help.
> Windy

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