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Re: Zantedeschia --help
From: Tom Croat <croat at mobot.org> on 1997.01.23 at 16:46:31(220)|
> Dear aroiders,
> Thank you for your help on this subject. I will request the
> querier draft a summary for the web page. By the way, is there
> someone working on the web page of Zantedeschia? I have asked one of
> our members to do it, but have not heard anything yet. If anybady
> interested, please let me know.
> ------- Forwarded Message Follows -------|
> Date: Wed, 22 Jan 1997 10:03:01 -0800
> From: Michael Inaba
> Reply-to: email@example.com, Drake@guilder.ucdavis.edu, Dr.,
> Davis@guilder.ucdavis.edu, Calif., firstname.lastname@example.org, -U.S.A.
> Organization: University of California at Davis
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Zantedeschia
> I am a student at the University of California, Davis. I am currently
> enrolled in a class on greenhouse management and practices. One of our
> assignments is to compile an original report on current state of growing
> technques for various plants. I am looking into Zantedeschia Rehmannii
> and its hybrids. Many growers here in California, and elsewhere are
> growing this plant (the newer dwarf cultivars.Please send along any
> information you can offer as to the greenhouse cultivation of this
> plant. I am interested in grwoth rates, feeding, watering, temperature
> preferences, production scheduling, growth regulators, and all the
> technical stuff you may have. Thanks. Sincerely, Michael Inaba.
> Guanghua Zhu
> Missouri Botanical Garden
> P. O. Box 299
> St. Louis, MO 63166-0299, USA
> Phone: (314)577-9454
> Fax: (314)577-9438
Guanghua: I would guess that the best authority for Zantedeshia would
be Yashica Singh from South Africa. She gave a nice paper on the genus
at the VI International Aroid Conference in Kunming. I do not know if
she has internet capabilities but she lives where the genus occurs and
has published on Zantedeshia. She must have nice photos. I could
contact her if you would like to see what she could do.
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