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vanda- a combination of issues

This is a discussion on vanda- a combination of issues within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; hi I have this vanda, i think its starting to look a bit ill what ...

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    Default vanda- a combination of issues

    hi I have this vanda, i think its starting to look a bit ill what do you guys think. im in SE queensland Australia. thanks Chanoo
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    sorry forgot to add, the root nodules seem to be going a yellow and brown on the ends
    thanks Chanoo

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    Do you spray for virus and bacteria? My vanda roots used to do that before I sprayed regular for rot. Now that I spray once a week I don't get this issue. After you treat it well, place it in a spot with a good breeze (often there is a corner of your home that gets more sunlight and wind than any other; that is the best spot). Your vanda will begin to put on new roots as soon as the infection is under control. I also use honey in my sprays for sick vanda to help give them a little added energy to kick what's ailing it.

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    Good stuff thanks connie, I will try that
    Cheers champ

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