mold on Caliphruria bulbs

Robert Lauf via pbs
Mon, 14 Mar 2022 22:29:36 PDT
 If all the roots are gone, you might try putting on some Clonex gel and sticking them into a pot of relatively dry medium.  I saved a Hippeastrum bulb that way.  It sprouted new roots and went on to grow normally.
Bob   Zone 7
    On Tuesday, March 15, 2022, 01:18:57 AM EDT, Dennis Kramb via pbs <> wrote:  
 I mistakenly let my pot of Caliphruria subdentata get too cold this
winter.  The foliage died back & didn't resprout so I dug the bulbs to see
how they looked.  They seem firm & healthy but most had some blue/green
powdery mold on the bottom.

I gave them a quick bleach dip & they're air drying now.  Are there any
other measures I ought to take for them?

My Eucharis x grandiflora was not so lucky.  All the bulbs succumbed to the

Dennis in Cincinnati
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