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Miltoniopsis psb and Masdevallia Leaves

This is a discussion on Miltoniopsis psb and Masdevallia Leaves within the Orchid Ailments / The Compost Pile forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hi everyone..here is the picture.Anyway I have dunked it in Physan 20 for 10 mins ...

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    Hi everyone..here is the picture.Anyway I have dunked it in Physan 20 for 10 mins but I do not think there is any hope since all the psb has rotted.But as you can see its not soft and mushy just orangey.I have dunked all my plants in fungicide just in case and reviewed all the potting media again.More bark and less coconut since its already humid enough here in Singapore.
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    That is bad sign nothing much that we can do,as far as I'm concern this is highlands species very difficult to grow at lowland, I'm learning too.

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    Hello zainal.yes I'm learning too.I'm sad it's a beautiful pink vexillaria.I have another roezlii in good condition so far.I hope it can survive.I have thrown away this plant as I think it's too far gone.it rotted over night I didn't even have time to get a fungicide.are there any cool growing plants that you keep?I have a variety of cattleyas, dendros, vandas, oncids outside.in my room is phal, masdevallia, milt, mitlnps, odonto.kitchen is laelia, and two cattleya in healing process.
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    from the look of it, looks like a bacterial rot to me. could you smell the rot?. if it is foul smell it is a bacterial infection

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazellina07 View Post
    Hello zainal.yes I'm learning too.I'm sad it's a beautiful pink vexillaria.I have another roezlii in good condition so far.I hope it can survive.I have thrown away this plant as I think it's too far gone.it rotted over night I didn't even have time to get a fungicide.are there any cool growing plants that you keep?I have a variety of cattleyas, dendros, vandas, oncids outside.in my room is phal, masdevallia, milt, mitlnps, odonto.kitchen is laelia, and two cattleya in healing process.
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    I also got cool growing species but now slowly I gave to my friend that leave in Cameron Highland, they can grow very well in lowland but refused to blooms example certain Angrecoids, Stanhopea, some Catts and even vanda from highland such as roeblingiana, brunnea and concolor too.

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    Hi !! Yes yes I can.hmm smells like overnight saliva.I agree it's rot.have sadly given up on it.I learn something in the process of course.
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    Hi !! Yes yes I can.hmm smells like overnight saliva.I agree it's rot.have sadly given up on it.I learn something in the process of course.
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    I have a slc french fox and cattleya gigas sanderiana!I hope they can survive.I personally love cool growing orchids but I know they can't survive that well.those species you mentioned I'm not familiar.I have only got into orchids like six months anyway thanks for all your help.
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    Hi all again, I wanted to show u my Masd. As you can see it has not got many leaves.I dont think it looks good.What say you ?

    Another picture is my err Odontoglossum I think, its leaves keep turning brown like water soaked though I dont see any water.No water could have stayed on the leaves either, there is a fan always on.I have dunked it it Physan and also cut off the brown portions.Then it came back again.Do you know why ?

    Another one is of my new acquisition.It is fragrant.I need help to advise.I am thinking its a Brassolaelia.But is there a difference Brassolaelio and Brassolaelia Cattleya.Or its actually just Brassolaelia Cattleya ?
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