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Old 06-12-2003, 07:03 PM
K Barrett
 
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Default Google Groups Use was Psychopsis question

I should say I never bother with any of the other blanks, I just use the 1st
one and the one for which newsgroup. *Only* if I want to limit the amount of
stuff retrned will I put in an author name. Usually (I think) these go by
email address and I only know one or 2 of those .
"K Barrett"

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Rod Venger used to call this Psychopsis Psuddendeath Psyndrome.*G*

You could go to Google Groups and search rec.gardens.orchids for past

posts
on papilio. As a matter of fact I just did that and just reading some of

the
threads gives you a good idea of culture. Seems these are intolerant of
sour medium and need repotting. But be careful with their roots, they'll
sulk.

I always use the advanced search
http://groups.google.com/advanced_group_search?hl=en

I put in 'psychopsis' in the 1st blank (word anywhere in post)

then scroll down and put rec.gardens.orchids in for the specific

newsgroup.
Sometimes if I really am looking for specific stuff I'll put in an author
(in this case I ran ) but putting 'halgren' in will work
too.

K Barrett

"Frank H. Kirchner" wrote in message
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Happy Holidays to all.

I have a question regarding my Psychosis papillo. It has been growing
happily for years and has had as many as four spikes at once. It has

been
a
happy camper. It is growing in osmunda. It is now failing. The problem
started with the back pseudobulbs shriveling and turning brown. It is
progressing up to the actively growing part of the plant and I have lost

the
most recent new growth. I haven't been able to track down what the

likely
ailment is. Cultural conditions have not changed as it had been really
thriving for me. What says the wisdom of the group? Any suggestions

will
be appreciated.

Thanks.

Frank







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