Rainlilies & Stagonospora

Mark BROWN brown.mark@wanadoo.fr
Sat, 07 Dec 2013 10:56:26 PST
Dear Aad,
I only ever had beech leaves to compost in my old place but it seems to be the mycorhiza are not that fussy.
Here I compost whatever I can get.
I have used the same method with success on Rhodophiala bifida.

" It is leafmould or any humus that is full of those white threads which does the trick.
> Does it matter what kind of leaf (oak, beach, ...) you use for the mold.
> And not always practicable but I noticed when Hippeastrum where standing outside in the summer (either in a container or in the ground) the chance of getting Stagonopora was much greater as when keeping indoors.
> Aad"

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