Which plant of the three pictured has the bumps?Hi,
Thanks for identifying the paphios!!!!!
As far as that thing on the leaf, it's all the same and maybe getting less!!! The plant has a little leaf that gets bigger at this period!!! I can't say the "whit spots" are affecting the growth of the plant, but that is for now, I don't know what happens in the long run... The plant is grown indoors on a tray...
My experience with lights has been that just about anything works for Paphs. Generally the multi florals need the most in wattage, but a fluorescent (such as T4, T5, or T8), compact fluorescent (what I use to keep electricity costs down now), Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium, or even mercury vapor lamps (such as the Wonderlite) have worked just fine for me. Sunlight is nice too.I would like to ask two questions:
1. Does anyone know the characteristics of artificial lighting conditions for paphs? (fluorescent vs bulbous lights, spectrum (in kelvin) e.t.c) (I know that it differs in between the species but there should be a general guide...) For example are "grolux" ok for paphs and does the power (in watt) affect plant's growth?
2. How can I promote root growth in paphs?
Also could someone tell me what ""s/h"" is? I've seen it many times in the forum, but haven't found what it means...