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Hi, all,

I have had this phal. for just over three years. It has bloomed each year,
but this year, it is developing yellowing in the leaves. Other phals. that I
have are not showing any of this yellowing in the leaves. All plants are
grown under 50% shade cloth.

I don't see any insect evidence anywhere on the leaves, top or botton. The
roots are quite turgid.

I would appreciate any suggestions.

Chris in Central Florida
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Hi there Chris, I don't think you will get any answers here as most of the
group
has moved over to Kye's private server 121.208.41.84 under orchids.pictures.
I would be curious to know what you have learned as to me it looks like too
much
sunlight?
Cheers Wendy
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Hi, all,

I have had this phal. for just over three years. It has bloomed each
year,
but this year, it is developing yellowing in the leaves. Other phals.
that I
have are not showing any of this yellowing in the leaves. All plants are
grown under 50% shade cloth.

I don't see any insect evidence anywhere on the leaves, top or botton.
The
roots are quite turgid.

I would appreciate any suggestions.

Chris in Central Florida
(remove the not from address to respond directly.)


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Thanks for the info, but how does one go to Kye's private server
121.208.41.84?

Chris


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Hi there Chris, I don't think you will get any answers here as most of the
group
has moved over to Kye's private server 121.208.41.84 under
orchids.pictures.
I would be curious to know what you have learned as to me it looks like
too much
sunlight?
Cheers Wendy
"Chris Savas" wrote in message
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Hi, all,

I have had this phal. for just over three years. It has bloomed each
year,
but this year, it is developing yellowing in the leaves. Other phals.
that I
have are not showing any of this yellowing in the leaves. All plants are
grown under 50% shade cloth.

I don't see any insect evidence anywhere on the leaves, top or botton.
The
roots are quite turgid.

I would appreciate any suggestions.

Chris in Central Florida
(remove the not from address to respond directly.)




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I have Vista & use Windows Mail so click on
Tools/Accounts/Add/Newsgroup/ etc & type in the numbers
in the NNTP server window section.
Someone posted instructions for Outlook Express it may have been Ray?
Cheers Wendy

"Chris Savas" wrote in message
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Thanks for the info, but how does one go to Kye's private server
121.208.41.84?

Chris


"Wendy7" wrote in message
...
Hi there Chris, I don't think you will get any answers here as most of
the group
has moved over to Kye's private server 121.208.41.84 under
orchids.pictures.
I would be curious to know what you have learned as to me it looks like
too much
sunlight?
Cheers Wendy
"Chris Savas" wrote in message
g.com...
Hi, all,

I have had this phal. for just over three years. It has bloomed each
year,
but this year, it is developing yellowing in the leaves. Other phals.
that I
have are not showing any of this yellowing in the leaves. All plants
are
grown under 50% shade cloth.

I don't see any insect evidence anywhere on the leaves, top or botton.
The
roots are quite turgid.

I would appreciate any suggestions.

Chris in Central Florida
(remove the not from address to respond directly.)





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Hi Chris

Probably a stupid suggestion - but do you feed the plant as it looks as
though it could do with a few good dinners?

Good luck

Peter
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Peter Cliff



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