hollow stems

Stephen Jankalski CEREOID at prodigy.net
Mon Sep 11 15:06:15 EST 2000


Those plant would probably have hollow stems no matter where they are grown. They are called fistulose stems. In many species that character is normal.

To which plants in particular were you alluding?

  ""Gary"" <arthur at budget.net> wrote in message news:000701c018c1$ed31ea00$0932ac3f at default...
  What causes hollow stems on some plants grown in green houses.
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