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Coelogyne pandurata X Coelogyne asperata

This is a discussion on Coelogyne pandurata X Coelogyne asperata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I will Zain...any recommendations with regards to the cultivation requirements? Im currently hanging it under ...

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    I will Zain...any recommendations with regards to the cultivation requirements? Im currently hanging it under my car porch where it receives bright light, good air circulation and I water it daily and fertilise weakly weekly rotating with a growth and bloom solution.

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    Gavin so far you done quite well my recommendation this is through my observation I noticed if the plants received just bright light is more than enough to grow however strong light is so important to stimulate flower. When I went to the jungle those plants received more light especially at tree top every new shoot will produce spike.Zain

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    Oooo...thanks for the advice bang Zain, I will definitely try to readjust the light levels after the blooms have receded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavstang View Post
    Oooo...thanks for the advice bang Zain, I will definitely try to readjust the light levels after the blooms have receded.
    Good luck Gavin.

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