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Osmocote info for orchids

This is a discussion on Osmocote info for orchids within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Can I add osmocote in LECA? I am using LECA as my sole medium(not s/h). ...

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    Default Osmocote info for orchids

    Can I add osmocote in LECA? I am using LECA as my sole medium(not s/h).

    Thank you.

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    In quart and pint size containers, I use 1/4 th of a teaspoon of Osmocote pellots in Prime Agra. With the 1 gallon and 2 quart lemonade pitchers that I haave cymbidiums (in Prime Agra) I use 1 teaspoon every 2 months instead of every three months. The cyms seem to need more oomph!

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    I have never done it, but seems good. That is very precise info Cin, I will try it out for my plants here in LECA.

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    Thanks Cindi for your help!

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    Thanks everybody!

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