Questions tagged: orchids

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Peter
Answer: Hi There, No treated pine posts may kill your orchids it would be better to use an old tree fern stump or an old tree stump like a eucalyptus.
Category: General
Tags: orchids
Answered: 11:34AM, 05 Feb 2010
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Robyn
Answer: Dear Robyn, I am presuming that the tree in question is Murraya paniculta. The Murraya flowers falling on the orchids are not going to harm your or...
Answered: 12:44PM, 22 Feb 2010
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Catherine
Answer: Hi there Catherine, yes, you can use sulphate of potash on your orchids.
Category: Fertilising
Tags: orchids
Answered: 02:30PM, 13 May 2010
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Liza
Answer: Epiphytic orchids, such as dendrobiums, can grow without a pot, in branch forks or on trees. Basically,they rely on their host for support. Lack of...
Category: Bulbs
Tags: orchids
Answered: 03:07PM, 13 Oct 2010
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Ian
Answer: Hi Ian, Good drainage is critical to stop the spread of the disease. Fongarid can control phytophthora and pythium however if the disease is Fusar...
Category: Diseases
Tags: orchids
Answered: 09:24AM, 26 Sep 2011
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Colin
Answer: Hi Colin, Yates does have an excellent organic fertiliser called Uplift Organic Liquid Fertiliser. This product is a complete plant food that harn...
Answered: 01:09PM, 08 Oct 2012
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Barbara
Answer: You can use Thrive soluble All Purpose fertiliser to feed singapore orchids but the solution has to be applied at half the “indoor plantsR...
Answered: 03:17PM, 22 Nov 2012
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Ronda
Answer: Hi Ronda, The time to feed your orchids would be during the growing season. You may need to wait now until spring before using the sulphate of po...
Answered: 10:20AM, 22 Jul 2013
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Robyn
Answer: Without knowing the orchid types, it is difficult to advise you about the best conditions for your plants. If they are looking lacklustre, they may...
Category: General
Tags: orchids
Answered: 12:41PM, 25 Feb 2014
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kylie
Answer: Hi Kylie, Check that your orchid is growing in a well drained soil and not getting too much water,check that its recieving plenty of light and that...
Category: General
Tags: orchids
Answered: 02:35PM, 22 Aug 2014