Paph. sanderianum

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quaker

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Love it, love it, love it-----want it, want it---------well done and congrats having such a beautiful plant.

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Excellent blooms and plant.:clap::clap:

Can you be more explicit on frenquency and method of fert?

What is the leaf span of this plant?
I use U.S. imports of long-acting fertilizer about once a year.
Two leaves span about 80cm.
 

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Thanks Jerry, I see more and more people putting some sort of slow release fertilizers on their multiflorals. Do you put some on your rothschildianum as well?
 
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WOW :drool::drool:, the nicest sanderianum I have ever seen!

Robert
 

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Thanks Jerry, I see more and more people putting some sort of slow release fertilizers on their multiflorals. Do you put some on your rothschildianum as well?
I use the MAGAMP 'easyfeeder' (which clicks onto my hose) everytime I water. The multi's love it. My roths in particular have taken off and are now growing beautifully. I personally highly recommend MAGAMP.

http://www.jpr.net.au/easyfeeder.htm
 

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Magamp slow release fertilizer.
Mag amp is all ammonia nitrogen, and on top of that plant there are some ureafoam sticks too ( pure urea) called Jobe's plant spikes (they are at the base of the growth on the photo), so far that plant does not get any nitrate at all, and it looks not too sick... :D
 

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