green and Phyton is a plant.
tuberous, hence tuberosum
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Nice photographs, but they are of Chlorophytum borivalianum.
--- On Wed, 6/9/10, shubhada nikharge <shubhada...@yahoo.co.in> wrote:
C.borivilianum & C.tuberosum are indistinguishable morphologically in the field and also from photographs. At the C.E.C. Chlorophytum borivilianum tend to be in the majority.
The only way to distinguish between the two is by digging up the plants. In C. borivilianum the tuber touches the stem whereas in C. tuberosum they are attached to the root fibres.
Have dug up quite a few. Would suggest you do likewise.
Happy digging !!!
Sending you my photographs taken at C.E.C. in June 2008.
--- On Thu, 6/10/10, Neil Soares <drneil...@yahoo.com> wrote:
What do we do after digging up? Replant them?
--- On Thu, 10/6/10, Neil Soares <drneil...@yahoo.com> wrote:
Haven't been to C.E.C for sometime. Suggest you try along the main driveway.
Hi Mrs. Borkar,
Your question has me foxed. Will pass it on to Dr.Almeida and let you know what his reply is.
--- On Thu, 6/10/10, mangala borkar <mubo...@yahoo.co.in> wrote: