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Fungus on Bulbophyllum Orientale

This is a discussion on Fungus on Bulbophyllum Orientale within the Orchid Ailments / The Compost Pile forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Thank you Ron- You live in an area I have always wanted to see. Hopefully ...

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    Thank you Ron-
    You live in an area I have always wanted to see. Hopefully I will have the opportunity to visit Leyte at some point in the future.
    Dean

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    I once visited a paph nursery in Thailand , which had a white fungal infection in the compost, which they said eventually killed the plants. The only cure they knew was to repot, stripping off all compost, and soaking the plants in a fungicide/disinfectant before repotting in new compost.
    I think that the fact that your plant is going downhill is the writing on the wall. Half measures are no good. Be brave !

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    Keep good air movement to avoid fungal growth.

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