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  amorphophallus
From: chee kin cheekin_55 at yahoo.com> on 2001.04.02 at 08:38:44(6129)
hi to all,
i have a few very small plants (6+cm) of
amorphophallus sp. collected from perak limestone
area,it has normal green leaves, smooth green stem
with spots at the base
for trade.i might also have one small plant alocasia
zebrina' reticulated' for trade.I also hope to know
more people who grow amorphophallus and trade with
them.hope you all can trade amorphophallus with
me.thanks.

cheers to all,
chee kin

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From: Benoit Mouroux bmouroux at yahoo.com> on 2002.10.08 at 00:50:07(9504)
Hello everybody,

I am the moderator of an online forum in French about
the araceae in general and the amorphophallus in
particular. I would like to know, on the one hand,
exactly how you grow your
plants (amorpho), and on the other hand, if it would
be possible to get some small bulbs of new types for
our online group.

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From: "MJ Hatfield" mjhatfield at oneota.org> on 2002.10.08 at 09:33:06(9507)
benoit,
Let me extend an invitation to the members of your on-line
aroid group to join the International Aroid Society.
http://www.aroid.org/
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From: "?goston J?nos" agoston.janos at citromail.hu> on 2006.05.21 at 00:26:19(14245)
Dear All,

I bought some Amorphophallus from Thailand for smoe
weeks ago, but one's bud has been destroyed over the shipping. Does anybody know
will this tuber shoot this year or I have to wait till next year. Every opinion
is very wellcome! (Picture is in the attachment...)

Bye,

Jani

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From: rajshekhar misra rajshekharmisra at yahoo.com> on 2006.05.22 at 21:59:16(14282)
Hello
You don't have to bother. Amorphophallus is a
vegetatively propagated plant and new buds will come.
You can even make pieces from the tuber retaining some
of the apical meristem portion and have more plants
from single tuber.
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From: "?goston J?nos" agoston.janos at citromail.hu> on 2006.05.23 at 02:05:46(14288)
Thank you! Now I can sleep much more better (and
learn for my next Xam)! :smile

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