[Arisaema-l] last call for seed donations
E.J.Gouda at uu.nl
Mon Mar 12 12:34:50 CET 2012
No we are not going to do an other one, but normally at the end of March
or begin April we will release the Seed List, now for the 2012 SeedEx
You can find the Seed List still under construction at:
http://botu07.bio.uu.nl/arisaema-l/seedlist/ (the construction starts in
There will be an announcement on the list when it is open for orders and
seeds will be send in a batch soon afterward.
Sometimes a second batch will follow for the late comers.
The list will stay open for additional ordering most of the rest of the
Op 9-3-2012 12:00, arisaema-l-request at science.uu.nl schreef:
> Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2012 11:40:57 -0800 (PST)
> From: DAVID LEEDY<djleedy at sbcglobal.net>
> Subject: Re: [Arisaema-l] last call for seed donations
> To: "Arisaema Enthusiast Group \(AEG\) Discussion List \(and other
> hardy Aroids"<arisaema-l at science.uu.nl>
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> I am confused.? Are you about to do another seed exchange?? Where can I find the
> list you are referring to?
> Using the damp paper towel method, I just planted the seed I received last month
> about three weeks ago.? Within two weeks, five species had germinated.? The most
> advanced was A. flavum, with almost a three inch root and about a one inch
> petiole.? I checked again early this week and found two more had germinated.
> BTW, the I am using the damp paper towel in a plastic bag method, but I then
> place this on top of the refrigerator, where it is kept nice and warm.? I used
> the top of the refrigerator method almost 20 years ago when I received seed from
> Amorphophallus titam, which had been confiscated by USDA.? I obtained a 90%
> germination rate then.
> My very best regards,
> David Leedy
University Botanic Gardens
att. E.J. Gouda
3584 CD Utrecht
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