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From: George Schonthaler <gjschonthaler at CS.COM>
Subject: Re: Arisaemia cold vs warm
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On Thursday 12 January 2006 11:31, G. Svanholm wrote:
> Using your approach in the beginning, I would speculate that a cold per=iod
> followed by at least six weeks of warmth could do the trick.
> Maybe someone who sucessfully grows A. candidissimum in pots could test.
> Put one pot in the fridge in october and taket it into room temperature=in
> January. Keep another in the fridge until March and compare.
> Will the first wake up in March and the second in May???

Hi G=F6te,

Note please that the growing cycle of many of the asian species are also= 
determined by the mossoon and not only (or primarily) by the winter cold.

It would not be unreasonable to assume that a combination of higher 
temperatures and water could be the trigger here.

With kind regards,
George Schonthaler

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