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Old 05-05-2018, 06:19 AM
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I found this on one of my NoID Vanda-like orchids. Is it a spike???

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From that pic my best guess is a root. A better pic would certainly help.
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Old 05-05-2018, 08:16 AM
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Yeap, a spike! The pointy tip indicates that, you can already observe the individual bracts.

Or a keiki, but I think you would prefer a spike.
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I'll take a pic in a week. Maybe the growth will have grown enough for it to be identified.
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To me, it looks like a spike but it will be easier to determine as it grows. I hope it is a spike.
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I am pretty sure it's a spike!
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Update on the spike (Now 100% confirmed it's a spike!). Looks like rice :P
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Nice! Congratulations! Now remember to keep us updated as it grows along.
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