Suppliers of corms
include Unwins, tel (01945) 588522, and seeds of Freesia alba are listed by Chiltern Seeds, tel (01229) 581137.
Research conducted by Rana et al.co  has assessed the effects of CORMs
on the bacterium, Salmonella enterica serova typhimurium.
Plant your saffron corms
any time during their dormant period, from June to early September.
If your area has burrowing rodents like gophers, consider making a "cage" out of chicken wire and bury that in the ground, filling with dirt, and planting corms
within the cage.
Keywords: Amadumbe; Colocasia esculenta; Corm
; Cormel; Propagule size; Taro
Carlos Romao of the Institute of Chemical and Biological Technology of the New University of Lisbon, one of the scientific pioneers and inventors of Aflama's CORM
assets, in order to further optimize CORM
candidates for a variety of indications.
Since 2008, a particular group of light-activated CORMs
(also called photo-CORMs) has received most of the scientific interest.
diameter was measured using a digital caliper (precision of 0.01 mm) and the mass of corms
was determined on a semi-analytical scale.
Whereas crocus have corms
, cyclamen have tubers, underground stems or roots.
The 15 cm between row lead to the highest total yield and corm
ash and the lowest corm
diameter and cormlet weight (Table 5).
Recently, metal carbonyl compounds have been identified as CO-releasing molecules (CORMs
) with the potential to facilitate the pharmaceutical use of CO by delivering it to tissues and organs .
Because of the increased use of cold-tender bulbs, corms
and tubers in our gardens, as well as those that have a long history of use, it would be a good idea to review the steps needed to preserve them.