jeff

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    LE MANS -FRANCE
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    ANT PLANTS
    DORSTENIA
    AMORPHOPHALLUS
    PINGUICULA
    HELIAMPHORA

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  1. Bonjour Ashley (1971); Rickson(1979) ; Jansen (1974) and Huxley (1978) have worked on this subject , and found similarites with carnivorous plants. jeff
  2. Bonjour I am taker for 2-3 drupe see the PM JEFF
  3. Bonjour The two mine, adult and that have fruited abundantly, I lost them unfortunately. They began to lose all their foliage, then were invaded by a kind of moss that made them die. Also, I made a fatal mistake, I distributed seeds everywhere and I did not worry about me, if I could sometimes find one or two Drupe, it would be enchanting. jeff
  4. Bonjour ROBERT merci for this catalogue jeff
  5. Bonjour very interesting method to grow dischidia . the nursery in Mareebe have a web site ? jeff
  6. Bonjour for Borneo island (borneo- sarawak ) species I think like FRANK . may be others morphologicals caracters to see : the clipeoli , the alveoli , the leaves midrib , and also if the clypeoli continue to the base of the stem . jeff
  7. Bonjour very good sucess ROBERT jeff
  8. Bonjour JAY merci for these infos. you have try just stem cutting , the leaves cutting do not start ? the rooted stem cutting give tuber ? jeff
  9. Bonjour very interesting method JAY , and really the plant is sprouting new growths on the upper edge of the wound ? you use this method on a healthy plant or a damaged plant. I tried that too on a plant that began to rot, I had removed all the damaged part with a cutter blade until reaching the healthy part ,Then I sprouted with charcoal powder,Unfortunately the result had not been convincing. may be ventilation was not sufficient ? have you try leaf or stem cuttings ? jeff
  10. salut ANDREAS you try not directly on peat ? jeff
  11. Bonjour have you try , spore seedling on lecanopteris or solanopteris jeff
  12. Bonjour ROBERT yes I have a light problem , but I can not explain the head rot,And when I cut, the stem divides and stays healthy. jeff
  13. WAOUH . very nice collection . jeff
  14. Bonjour For my part I had a lot of loss on juveniles, last year, head rot. The only way I have found to remedy it, for those who remain is to cut off the head. may be have you an others solutions ? jeff
  15. Bonjour FRANK what medium use you ? sphagnum ?dead or alive ? no peat? have you a lot of mortality in your juveniles ? jeff