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Old 04-16-2017, 03:31 AM
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It's been in S/H since the beginning.
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This happened

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As I was cutting away the bract to see what was going on, this happened


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It's not a total disaster since this is also happening
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So sorry. I have no idea. Somebody who grows Coelogynes might recognize the syndrome.

You're probably familiar with this:
Coelogynes.com

Because the author of that page is in Australia I think temperatures are in degrees C.
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The affected leaf is gone with the bract. Pretty much the whole growth. Just a stump left.
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