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Ceratochilus biglandulosus - 2016

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    Beautiful!! Now this is what I consider as true green. You have most everything that I ever want!
    Please share how you grow this species, especially temperature. From what I know it is cool grower. Hope I can grow it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azizan View Post
    Beautiful!! Now this is what I consider as true green. You have most everything that I ever want!
    Please share how you grow this species, especially temperature. From what I know it is cool grower. Hope I can grow it too.
    This mini orchid grows well in moderate shade, like ur a high, 70% -80%, does not rest, especially in warm periods frequent irrigation, fertilization 1/4 (80-85 ppm) every 15 days, spring autumn and 1 / month winter irrigation water reverse osmosis, 50 ppm, temperature, minimum 14 ° winter night, the 17th day (salt when it's sunny), in the greenhouse in summer the temperature does not exceed 28 ° max, thanks implant fog, in addition to adjusting the relative humidity (rh) lowers the temperature by a few degrees.
    These are the growing conditions of all my orchids, including Masdevallia, I would say a good compromise given the growth results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oile View Post
    This mini orchid grows well in moderate shade, like ur a high, 70% -80%, does not rest, especially in warm periods frequent irrigation, fertilization 1/4 (80-85 ppm) every 15 days, spring autumn and 1 / month winter irrigation water reverse osmosis, 50 ppm, temperature, minimum 14 ° winter night, the 17th day (salt when it's sunny), in the greenhouse in summer the temperature does not exceed 28 ° max, thanks implant fog, in addition to adjusting the relative humidity (rh) lowers the temperature by a few degrees.
    These are the growing conditions of all my orchids, including Masdevallia, I would say a good compromise given the growth results.
    Thank you Mr. Elio. Based on your explanation, this species may not suitable I guess because the temperature here can go up to 30°C or higher, during rainy season maybe around 22-23°C (never below 20°C). But still it is in my wishlist!

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    Another beauty from Elio, well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azizan View Post
    Thank you Mr. Elio. Based on your explanation, this species may not suitable I guess because the temperature here can go up to 30°C or higher, during rainy season maybe around 22-23°C (never below 20°C). But still it is in my wishlist!
    I believe that if the relative humidity (RH) is high there should be no problems.

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    Beautiful Elio!

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    Beautiful little plant! Have to try to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oile View Post
    I believe that if the relative humidity (RH) is high there should be no problems.
    Thank you. Definitely will try to grow it someday!

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