Colocasia gigantea 'Thai Giant'

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Re: Colocasia gigantea 'Thai Giant'

Post by Alexander » Mon Sep 02, 2013 3:55 am

miketropic wrote:I put this in my blog but it should go here as well..went on a bit of a feild trip with Brian the other day to see the largest Thai I have ever seen.. leaves at least 6 ft long and still 12 flowers on it.

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Its a food crop in Laos and Vietnam. And maybe good for making moonshine too...

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Re: Colocasia gigantea 'Thai Giant'

Post by Dave Brown » Mon Sep 02, 2013 6:11 am

Alexander wrote:
miketropic wrote:I put this in my blog but it should go here as well..went on a bit of a feild trip with Brian the other day to see the largest Thai I have ever seen.. leaves at least 6 ft long and still 12 flowers on it.

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Its a food crop in Laos and Vietnam. And maybe good for making moonshine too...

Cheers,

Alexander
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Re: Colocasia gigantea 'Thai Giant'

Post by Alexander » Mon Sep 02, 2013 5:12 pm

Thai Kick from Colocasia gigantea for those Kentucky hillbillies...

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Re: Colocasia gigantea 'Thai Giant'

Post by miketropic » Mon Sep 02, 2013 7:43 pm

If there is any sugar at all in those corms we can ferment it and away we go...not to sure about the taste though icon_scratch
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