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At what point does one consider a cattleya entering its "blooming phase?

This is a discussion on At what point does one consider a cattleya entering its "blooming phase? within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Thank you Kassie and Tucker. I will get non-urea nitrate derived nitrogen for my orchids. ...

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    Thank you Kassie and Tucker. I will get non-urea nitrate derived nitrogen for my orchids.

    My best,

    Don

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    No no no, I will be moving back to India after my PhD. hehe
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    Interesting... so are your orchids moving from India to Germany, or just you?
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