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white fuzzy on catt roots media

This is a discussion on white fuzzy on catt roots media within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Originally Posted by Dorsetman I see it occasionally, only with organic mixes - and personally ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    I see it occasionally, only with organic mixes - and personally I would wash it off and repot in clean dry media.
    Totally agree .

    cheers,
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    Repotted...so far, so good!
    Thanks Bruce,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Totally agree .

    cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose R. Nieves View Post
    Jeffrey:
    straight hydrogen peroxide or diluted?
    Jose
    it depends on the percentage of the concentration of the hydrogen per... if its the 20% and very pungent odor, diluted as musch as double of the hydrogen per...

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    The most concentrated hydrogen peroxide I have found locally is only 3%. At that strength would it be very effective?

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