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phrag schroderae

This is a discussion on phrag schroderae within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Sorry this is such a blurry picture. This is my phrag schroderae which I won ...

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    Sorry this is such a blurry picture. This is my phrag schroderae which I won a few months ago at my OS meeting. I repotted it into s/h and it lost 2 old leaves due to yellowing, unlike another Phrag which so far loves s/h as I can see.

    Anyway, this schrod has a new growth and you can see some brown inside the top of the leaf. Should I just cut this off? Any idea what it might be?
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    I,ve had similar on 1 of my Phrag seedlings(looks like burn mid leaf) , i just cut away the effected area.Growing nicely still so i doubt it,s anything bad.

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    Debbie, given the problem with the catt, I think it might be a good idea if you sprayed everything with Daconil or some other kind of disease control. Just to be on the safe side....

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