Episode 169: cactus and succulent poaching - what you need to know
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*I am re-upoading this episode as many listeners have had problems with the old file - my apologies!*  Dr Jared Margulies of the University of Alabama joins me to discuss the issue of plant poaching: from what to look for when you’re buying rare succulents, to who is behind the illegal trade. And I answer a question about storing Xanthosoma corms. For full show notes visit https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/2021/1/8/cactus-succulent-illegal-poaching
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