Old Corm from new..

LeafheadMarch 10, 2013

I have several large Amorphophallus konjaks, one of which is sitting on an old corm from the previous year. The new corm seems healthy.
My question is: should I separate the old corm and discard it, or would it be better to plant them both joined. I don't want to encourage rot.

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lomodor(6)

interesting..now theres one i want the answer to as well..
i thought the old corms were sluffed off when the new one
formed on top of the old..
i hope growers that know a TON more than me..post
good question....

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tropicbreezent

A photo would be helpful if you can post one.

    Bookmark   March 11, 2013 at 12:02AM
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