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Re: propagating aponogeton

> Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 12:56:16 EDT
> From: Biplane10 at aol_com
> Subject: Re: propagating aponogeton

> They are nothing alike, other than the tuber. There are no plantlets on the
> stalk, just a flower on the end. So, you brush this and wait to see if seeds
> develop? How long would this take? What does one look for?
> Raj wrote:
> >I got seeds only when I rubbed two flowers together to
> >pollinate.
> Maybe this answer is obvious to others, but not me  . . .from 2 different
> plants?

Yes, thats what I did. Probably work with a brush on one 

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Raj, vu2zap
Bangalore, South India