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    cherylsoh

    What's that brown branch & can I cut it off

    Hi Raybark, thanks for the reply. The reason being the "stump" is quite big & long so Its like quite annoying & I couldn't repot it

    cherylsoh Today, 07:24 PM Go to last post
    raybark

    What's that brown branch & can I cut it off

    Looks like the "stump" of an old, dead growth to me. Yes, you can remove it, but you need to avoid damaging living tissue beneath it, so why

    raybark Today, 02:41 PM Go to last post
    cherylsoh

    What's that brown branch & can I cut it off


    Hi guys, need help to identify that brown thingy & whether I can cut it off ? Not sure if it's the root but really have no idea... please

    cherylsoh Today, 11:37 AM Go to last post
    Ana Danaya

    Avoiding Issues with orchids

    Thank you so much , I will look into AOS and the St Augustine O Soc. and Yes, LOVE cattleyas (even if they do not love me back ) LOL

    Ana Danaya Today, 11:18 AM Go to last post
    raybark

    Sunburn or decease?

    Geoff,

    if you use a regular PC keyboard with a number keypad to the right, hold down the left alt key and type 230, to get the "mu"

    raybark Today, 08:05 AM Go to last post
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