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  Re: Amorphophallus question
From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2000.04.09 at 13:58:19(4359)
Yup, this happens in some species, especially in seedlings. It is a good
sign and tells you the plant is happy. Don't forget though that at some
moment you'll have to refresh the soil and the moment a new shoot appears is
a good moment because older roots are now dying down and new ones are still
vigorous enough to survive a repotting (which should NOT be too rigorous, so
don't start flushing the roots clean with water or like methods).

For potting mix I'd go for a humus-rich one if you have no clue of its


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