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From: "MJ Hatfield" mjhatfield at oneota.org> on 2002.02.03 at 08:43:17(8157)
About 2 months ago I watched as my Typhonium pedunculatum's end leaves began
to droop and curl. I didn't know if this was a precursor to dormancy or some
problem with the plant. Over the weeks I watched more and more leaves curl
and droop until finally I unpotted it to find not much left of a rotting
tuber. It's gone.

From: "patricia frank" tricia_frank at hotmail.com> on 2002.02.03 at 09:46:39(8162)
Remember Mj, you have friends in Miami and should never be without a
Gonatopus bovinii. Tricia

From: mburack at mindspring.com> on 2002.02.04 at 09:31:17(8173)
Sounds like the gammet of tuber rot problems.

Use a drier soil mix.. and stop watering.

I have gonatopus as well (here in florida) growing rampantly in the backyard... When my pool was being built my sprinklers were turned off for 7 weeks, and we were in the biggest drought in 50 years.

The plant couldnt have cared less.

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