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  Amorph turning yellow!
From: "Adao Pereira" miguelporto at mail.telepac.pt> on 2000.10.02 at 12:56:49(5502)
Hello to all of you!

Now, apart from Alocasias (I didn't expect so much feedback on this
matter!)...

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From: mburack at mindspring.com on 2000.10.03 at 08:30:02(5503)
2 months is too short for paeon. Prob. is rot on the tuber or fungal infection on the leaf...it happens sometimes, but the tuber will prob. be ok.... AS SOON as the leaf fully dies back take the tuber out of the soil to check if there is any rot...

> Hello to all of you!

Now, apart from Alocasias (I didn't expect so much feedback on this
matter!)...

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From: "Julius Boos" ju-bo at email.msn.com> on 2000.10.03 at 08:34:52(5505)
Hi!!!

I believe ALL A. paeon. go dormant this time of year! It will be back come
March or there about!

Cheers,

Julius

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2000.10.03 at 11:12:03(5509)
Miguel,

That doesn't sound too good. Now paeoniifolius is a strong beast but only
two months of growth is erratic. Brown undersides of leaves doesn't sound
good either. Is there a small animal working it? May have to look closely
with a hand lense. There is a way around this but not without risk: if you
are sure the leaf is going to die, boost the plant with a fertiliser and
that may incite it to produce a new leaf. Normally an Amorphophallus will
retain a leaf from 6 months (quickies) to 18 months (big'uns like titanum).

Cheerio,
Wilbert

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From: "Adao Pereira" miguelporto at mail.telepac.pt> on 2000.10.06 at 11:56:51(5522)
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