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Re: Milk and anubias..
>Date: Tue, 9 Dec 1997 07:30:03 -0600
>From: "Clapp, Darin" <Darin.Clapp at COMPAQ_com>
>Subject: re:Splitting Anubias rhizome, algaed Anubias, ...
>I had a Boo Boo yesterday and I need someone to tell me that my plant
>will be okay. I bought a beautiful Anubias barteri yeaterday and
>while on the way home it got rolled over by a gallon of milk. BIG
>SNAFU on My part. Never put plants in the trunk with the groceries
>and then slam on the brakes..... Anyway, The rhizome was snapped in
>two sections one about 6 " long the other about 4" long. I need some
>reassurance that the plant will be okay. These are some of my first
>plants and I just need to know if I just killed them.
The way rhizomes are,if it only broke/snapped in two,i should think not a
problem. However if it was SQUASHED when it got rolled over,then that would
probably kill the particular rhizome! :-o