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Old 08-04-2022, 09:55 PM
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My Dendrobium brymerianum is not doing very well. It is mentioned on the net that it is a cool grower - but at 22-25 oC. Perhaps the temps in my home (24-27 oC) are too hot? It did start going downhill (leaves turning brown) the last two months when the temps inched towards 27 in my home.

New growths are growing but coming out wrinkled as if they were underwatered. It's getting drenched in water. hmm...




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It looks severely underwatered. Dendrobiums should not come close to dry when making new growth.
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Jef214, I agree with you. Ive cooked a couple orchids in my day and that is exactly what they looked like.
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It looks severely underwatered. Dendrobiums should not come close to dry when making new growth.
I water it frequently and it’s sitting in a saucer of water. Roots look fine inside. Im not sure if its watering

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Jef214, I agree with you. Ive cooked a couple orchids in my day and that is exactly what they looked like.
Hmm… maybe ill move it to work where theres free AC all day all night!
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