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Re: sprouting bulbs

Robert ---

I know that this may seem to be an obvious question, but what does the interior
of a barclaya bulb which hasn't sprouted after a year look like (i.e. does the
bulb look like it's hydrated and just hasn't sprouted, or is it dead inside)?

I have a culture of freshwater bristleworms and feed them boiled wheat grains.
The worms don't consume the entire grain; they burrow into the wheat grain, and
eat out the interior, leaving the exterior intact.


Robert H wrote:

> Well I wish I had a better understanding of what the trigger might be for
> barclaya bulbs. I have tried many different things, light, dark, warm water,
> cold water, acidic water, alkaline water

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