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Reviving Phals

This is a discussion on Reviving Phals within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Raul, how's the little guy doing? I'm working to save a little phal for a ...

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    Raul, how's the little guy doing? I'm working to save a little phal for a friend and am at my wits end. Going to try your treatment plan. What a miracle worker you are!

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    Default reviving phals

    Quote Originally Posted by Abrielle107 View Post
    Raul, how's the little guy doing? I'm working to save a little phal for a friend and am at my wits end. Going to try your treatment plan. What a miracle worker you are!
    Hi Abrielle107, my phal is doing well and have revived many more over time. I am familiar with the mottled Phals. that when they are in water in about a few weeks they have a new leaf that come out. I dont know about hybrids though. The hybrids are averse to too much water.

    What kind of Phal is the one your trying to revive?

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    A NOID a friend mistreated. But the roots are no good and neither is the crown. Thinking it's a goner great job with yours though!

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