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ullucus tuberosus

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cesar starts with ...
I am trying to find this tuber but I have not had any luck, Do you know where I can get it?
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Phil. says...
Try B & T World seeds, they have many varieties of unusual fruits and veges
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Irma says...
Hi Cesar, Ulluco is other of the Andean tubers. As far as I know is not available in Aust. The only Andean root found in Aust. are Canna edulis, Smallanthus sonchifolius/Yaccon, and the tuber Oxalis tuberosum/Oka. Lepidium meyenii/Macca is sold commercially in tablets or jell (as an energizer and antistress agent)it is also known as the Peruvian Viagra.
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Jantina says...
Allrareherbs sells macca plants but they are very small.
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cesar says...
No luck Phil, they do not have it.
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cesar says...
I found an old book about rare plants in Australia and ullucus was mentioned. However I do not know where to find it. I think I will have a look in the dicksonia guide of rare plants
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cesar says...
No luck, nothing in that book, any other ideas...?
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