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Vanda gibbsiae

This is a discussion on Vanda gibbsiae within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very different looking vanda, never heard of this one before, very cool !...

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    Very different looking vanda, never heard of this one before, very cool !

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Not really Angel you still can do that maybe the correct technique is not with you, the weather here lately for the past few days very weird too hot my tricolor supposedly already acclimatized with high light got bad sun burnt had to put back in the shade. Angel our senior member Nelson (NTG) from Philippine were successful with vandas species to me the key must get at least 60 to 70% light under the shade, good watering system including fertilizer and insecticide/fungicide. You may try again d not give up thanks.
    I don't have shade cloth, Zainal. I rely on the natural shade or filtered sunlight provided by nearby shrubs, trees, and vines. So the amount of shde is not as consistent as that provided by a shade cloth.

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