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What are those? Eggs?

This is a discussion on What are those? Eggs? within the Orchid Ailments / The Compost Pile forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Originally Posted by pavel I've seen that kind of fungal growth before -- on media ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavel View Post
    I've seen that kind of fungal growth before -- on media not a plant. From what I've seen it is not a plant pathogen rather just a decomposer so should not pose a problem for your chid
    I agree with Paul

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    Zain, your Max is gigantic and so beautiful, how frustrating that it won't flower!
    Mine is 1/20th the size of yours and never flowers either!
    I repotted it snugly in a 5" pot.

    Thanks Paul & Ron
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    A lot of people find Maxillaria tenuifolia difficult to bloom--in a wide variety of growing conditions! So, if anyone can bloom it, let us hear from you. I had one that grew wonderfully, put out lots of growths that grew well, but I got tired of its refusal to bloom.

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