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Old 11-05-2022, 08:54 PM
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That probably is a basal growth. (Keikiis come on the flower stalks of Phals.)

I hope that isn't cinammon on roots. It dries them and can damage them. The roots you showed at first were healthy, needing no treatment.
Hmm I see but I read some articles on internet about something called basal keikis that can grow from the base. Orchid Keikis

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What could this basal growth be? Doesn't look like root or flower spike.

Yes thats cinnamon on the roots fell by mistake on the roots when I was trying to put some on the crown to stop the rot.
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Many Phals normally make multiple growths from the base. Most people use the word "keiki" to refer to a plantlet that originates in a different area than normal growth - like a flower stalk, or from nodes on the stems in the case of Dendrobiums.
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Many Phals normally make multiple growths from the base. Most people use the word "keiki" to refer to a plantlet that originates in a different area than normal growth - like a flower stalk, or from nodes on the stems in the case of Dendrobiums.
I see makes sense
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