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2013) obtained an average of twelve bulbils per bulb for the Branco Mossoro regional type in Mossoro, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil.
Percentage survival to the adult stage was higher on air potato leaves and brown bulbils (45-55%) compared with survival on tan bulbils (10%) (F = 4.
Bulbils and stem bulblets are easy ways to propagate lilies, but only a few cultivated lilies form them.
Up until recently, the traditional and most widely practiced method of growing yams is through the use of tuber or bulbil [19].
produces gemmae or bulbils along the rachis, at the base of the pinnae.
Eventually the stalk dies, and the bulbils start a new clump nearby, hence the name.
they are usually more abundant in the leaves and bulbils than the starchy vegetative organs (Ayensu 1972:65; Loy 1994:105).
Lilies can be propagated by seed, bulblets, bulbils, scales, and tissue culture.
In contrast, the availability of seeds or bulbils was found to limit recruitment in six of the investigated species.
Some of these ephemeroid grasses hardly ever produce any seeds and instead reproduce vegetatively or by viviparity, forming bulbils within the inflorescences or in the leaf axils.
Keep them dry, but be sure to collect the little rice grain bulbils which will have appeared, as these can also be potted up in spring to start new plants.
Aboveground, the flower at the tip of the stalk develops many small bulblets, known as bulbils, which can be planted in the fall and used for garlic greens.