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how do i repot this oncidium

This is a discussion on how do i repot this oncidium within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; ok, thanks verry much everybody. I think i got it now. Now just waiting for ...

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    ok, thanks verry much everybody. I think i got it now.
    Now just waiting for the nerve to do the actual repotting.

    Erik

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    so after been given all the advice i started the repotting tonight and basically my problem resolved itself. The high bulb including some 5-6 parent bulbs with roots and all seemed to separate themselves from the main plant all by themselves.
    So i decided to give it a final push and repot as 2 separate plants. Lots of good roots and bulbs on both of them so i have good hopes.
    The high bulbs with parents went into a smaller pot and slightly slanted so also the root nubs of the high bulbs are likely to get some moisture.
    the main plant had some pretty even bulbs so this was a pretty easy repot .
    again thanks to all for the information;
    Erik

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