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Yellow Patch

This is a discussion on Yellow Patch within the Orchid Ailments / The Compost Pile forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Should I be concerned about this? The rest of the plant looks fine - new ...

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    Should I be concerned about this? The rest of the plant looks fine - new leaf and root growth. Thanks in advance for your input. Name:  image.jpeg
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    Perhaps someone else has a better idea but this almost looks like chemical damage to me.

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    Old, lower leaves could be either sunburn or infection. I would normally just cut the leaf with sterilize tool if the whole plant seemed to be healthy.

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    I concur with Azizan better cut Sheryl something is not right is going on could be infection. Actually I hate if the leaf got some discoloration.

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    Thank you all!

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