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Old 08-04-2018, 10:53 PM
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Hello all ! so I have this awesome little Coelogyne Unchained Melody. It has grown a ton (not yet flowering) and I hope it flowers soon! it has lots of new roots, I have it mounted and I keep it nice and moist but the leaves are getting yellow brown spots! what am I doing wrong if anyone can please help me. Also I'm thinking maybe it has something to do with temp.. it has been quite warm in my house 78-82F. ... let me know what you guys think!
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Old 08-05-2018, 07:16 AM
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Leaves burn from direct sun exposure causing extreme overheating, not from being in a warm environment. That looks more like a bacterial or fungal infection.

I would start by removing any discolored parts of the leaves and dusting the wound (the cut edge) with cinnamon.

A copper-based bactericide/fungicide like Phyton should be avoided, as (if I recall correctly) coelogyne is one of the "no-no" genera for that.

I honestly hate sounding like a shill, but over the last few years that I have sold and used Inocucor Garden Solution on my own plants, I have found it to be very good at curing and preventing such maladies.
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