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Potting up my plant in S/H

This is a discussion on Potting up my plant in S/H within the Semi Hydro / Lights / Greenhouses / Accessories forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; My plant just finished bloom so time to repot in in a bigger pot.so easy,just ...

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    Default Potting up my plant in S/H

    My plant just finished bloom so time to repot in in a bigger pot.so easy,just clean up the algae in the old media and pot up in a bigger pot.Very simple and easy.no messy at all

    the whole media that remove from the pot


    After cleaning up



    Fill up the new pot(that has 2holes) with Media and water throughly and we're done



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    That's the way it should go but.....

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    Very nice and healthy and neatly done. I notice some anthocyanin pigmentation on some of the leaves. This Catt is receiving too much sun or could it be magnesium deficiency?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksriramkumar View Post
    Very nice and healthy and neatly done. I notice some anthocyanin pigmentation on some of the leaves. This Catt is receiving too much sun or could it be magnesium deficiency?
    Thank you Sriram,it happen not long time ago.i believe from the sun exposure.

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