I have only worked with a 1:250 concentration - 1 tablespoon/gal.at what concentration do you recommend? does this work for paphs too?
also, does it have any effects on a flower’s ability to be pollinated/hold a capsule?
i have some paph crosses planned for a Saint Swithin in the process of opening its flowers. i’ll spray it down this weekend and see what happensI have only worked with a 1:250 concentration - 1 tablespoon/gal.
I have only tried it on phrags, but based upon the phlorotannin presence, I would expect it to work on all plants.
Kelpak has been shown to enhance pollen tube growth (proven on something else - I don't remember what), which might be especially good when putting small-flower pollen on a larger flower, and it certainly increases yield.