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Vanda unknown disease???

This is a discussion on Vanda unknown disease??? within the Orchid Ailments / The Compost Pile forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; PLS help my vanda all of my vanda died becuase of this disease i cannot ...

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    PLS help my vanda all of my vanda died becuase of this disease i cannot raise one... as it get me hook plsss help me i want to raise vanda my mother and I love it but we cannot raise one

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    Looks like your vanda is staying too wet. Make sure you have a fan blowing directly on your vanda plants - especially after watering, but all the time so they dry off quickly.

    cheers,
    BD

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    It looks like sunburn to me. Vandas can handle bright light but they need to be acclimated to it slowly. For now, try putting it in a slightly shadier spot. Direct morning sun is good but protect it from the mid-day sun. See if the new leaves start to look better. Good luck.

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    thanks i`ll to trial and error becuase many group have manny replies what happened to my vanda

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    thanks i`ll do trial and error becuase many group have manny replies what happened to my vanda

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