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Old 03-09-2021, 02:23 PM
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Any thoughts on what this could be? The leaves seem to be a little mottled, the brown area is on the underside of one leaf (itís a laeliocattleya). Thank you!
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Old 03-09-2021, 02:35 PM
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Is it dried and hard - like a hardened lacquer?
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It is dry but I would not say lacquered, I can pick some of it off the leave if I try
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could be scars on from old mechanical damage or scars from oedema.
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Ok thank you, I guess I can spray it with Physan and leave it be
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It is dry but I would not say lacquered, I can pick some of it off the leave if I try
If it is dried, or has dried right up - and not wet or liquid (or at least not anymore) ------- then no problem. Fishy mentioned one possibility already ----- edema. Can google 'edema orchid leaf' ----- and see if that sounds like or looks like your case over there.
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