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Thread: Australian Terrestrial Orchids

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    Ah! Johnny, you bought the gourmet and epicure bulbs.
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    Yeah, I got a few tricky ones Fred. Fingers crossed........

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    Sounds like a good substrate. I'd be using plenty of the coarse sand to keep it open.

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    It's very heavy on the course sand. I also forgot to add Turface to the above list but, there's plenty of that in there as well.

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    trich that butch uses from the link below.
    sweet lady. ive called and chatted with her about how to use the product.

    http://www.ampacbiotech.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcal View Post
    trich that butch uses from the link below.
    sweet lady. ive called and chatted with her about how to use the product.

    http://www.ampacbiotech.net/
    Yup. That's the stuff I got. I bought some of the flowable powder and the granular to try. Very helpful folks over there and the prices are very reasonable.

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    Although my camera can't currently capture the new growth, both my Thelymitra crinita and Diuris magnifica have broken dormancy and are starting to grow. But since they think it's fall instead of spring, a bit of trickery is in order to get them in sync with our seasons. Hopefully I can pull it off and get blooms this upcoming winter!
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    My T. crinita forms and D. magnifica have been up for about 3 weeks now. It will be interesting to compare the growth rates.

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