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Conservation Part 25: Orchids on a Windowsill, by Marilyn Light, 14 July 99
... and closed to shade, provide more light, warm or cool, and to care for and simply admire the flowers. LIGHT Windows present a variety of lighting conditions which can vary with the season ... daytime dry conditions by limiting water loss through transpiration by day. What you need Mike, are orchids that are both drought-tolerant and are able to grow well under modest light conditions. You ...
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Light, 23 Jun 96
... conditions. A basic understanding of the properties of light and pigment are useful to ensure that your plants have the energy they need, and to understand their responses to varying light conditions. Go Back to Index - 30 - WHAT'S A FOOTCANDLE? Orchids require certain minimal quantities of light for proper growth and most importantly, ...
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FACT SHEET:"HOT! HOT! HOT!", Marilyn Light, 9 Jun 99
... Light, 9 Jun 99 OrchidSafari ARCHIVES* PRE-DISCUSSION MAILOUT: HOT! HOT! HOT! WHAT'S HOT AND WHAT'S NOT! by Marilyn H.S. Light Copyright 1999 HOT CLIMES Hot, dry desert-like conditions ... large leaves possibly because they require a lot of light-capture surface given the diffuse light conditions of their natural environment. - Provide bright filtered light, warmth and good air movement. - Grow in a ...
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Conservation Part 27: First Virtual OrchidSafari Society Meeting with Marilyn Light, 10 Nov 99
... featuring products of use to gardeners. One super product is the Intelligent Plant Light which combines a timer, light and moisture sensor in one compact desktop structure. Perfect for a livingroom coffee ... the hard plastic complex Paphs. The latter can last up to 3 months under good conditions. Steve_in_the_Adirondacks I like them both! I vote for the Vacuna though; in part because I ...
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Conservation Part 26: Pre-Discussion Mailout - A Fragrant Collection, by Marilyn Light, 11 Aug 99
... trulla Night-lily-scented Jacquiniella equitantifolia Go Back to Index TRANSCRIPT FRAGRANT ORCHIDS Moderator: Marilyn Light Wed 11 Aug 99 Present were: JCY8S (John, Arcadia, CA) Ellen,Smithtown,New York ... they are very hardy, and you couldn't kill them if you tried ( under normal conditions). peeteilis (saharawestky) Evidently kingianum will grow almost anywhere, in almost anything, if it is grown ...
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Conservation Part 26: Pre-Discussion Mailout - A Fragrant Collection, by Marilyn Light, 11 Aug 99
... : Pre-Discussion Mailout - A Fragrant Collection, by Marilyn Light, 11 Aug 99 OrchidSafari ARCHIVES* PRE-DISCUSSION MAILOUT Fragrant Orchids Marilyn H.S. Light Copyright 1999 Orchids appeal to us in so many ... natural habitat. When building a collection of scented orchids, select plants suited to your growing conditions and with blooms that are fragrant when you are there to enjoy them. A most ...
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Conservation Part 24: Hot! Hot! Hot!, by Marilyn Light, 9 Jun 99
... as high/low temp. marylois (TOPIC: HOT! HOT! HOT! with Marilyn Light): Marilyn, somehow between the cool wall and the high humidity, ... filled with water! Pyramid shape makes air movement more controllable and light comes in evenly from all sides. She is growing tremendous things. ... always tend to want to grow orchids that cannot be given optimum conditions. I find it to be a real trial and error and ...
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Conservation Part 23: Practicing Conservation at Shows, by Marilyn Light, 12 May 99
... plants to near neighbors. Go Back to Index TRANSCRIPT PRACTICING CONSERVATION AT SHOWS Moderator: Marilyn Light Wed, 12 May 99 Neil24 (Neil - Israel) Dig Orchids (Doug - Houston) marylois (northwest Louisiana) JCY8S ... growing on. The problem comes with plants unpotted, stored for days then shipped in poor conditions whereupon they lose their roots. Once you get one of these you have a problem ...
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Conservation Part 22: At the Root of the Matter: fertilizers and potting medias, by Marilyn Light, 14 Apr 99
... and water are stored in the roots and the leaves. Grow such plants in humid conditions at a temperature appropriate to the type. Vary the temperature from day to night. Fertilize ... water, regular applications of fertilizer and adequate light to control the burgeoning growth. Too little light and soft, floppy growth will result. Too much light and fertilizer but not sufficient water and roots ...
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Orchid Safari: Conservation Part 20:"CONTAINERS FOR ORCHIDS - THE WHICH AND THE WHY OF IT!", 10 Feb 99, Marilyn Light
... cold conditions. There are hundreds of kinds to choose from. Another choice would be Disas raised in water culture (pots in individual water reservoirs. Disas should do well in the bright light and cooler growing conditions. bradwinn (Brad Winnicki / Sault Ste. Marie,MI.) Marilyn, when you REPOT your Phals ...
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