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WOW... That is one great looking plant I'm glad you gave us a look at it. Thanks. Jim.
 

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WOW... That is one great looking plant I'm glad you gave us a look at it. Thanks. Jim.
"great looking", hum yes, except that I've just treated the plant against Fusarium oxysporum...:(
 

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I love it! There's another one to add to my want list...
 

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You can't see fusarium, as I remove the 2 small leaves that were hill, and I've let the plant dip into topsin + azoxystrobine for 3 days at least.
Hope the plant will survive!
 
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How did you know you had fusarium? What does it look like?
 

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How did you know you had fusarium? What does it look like?
it looks like red/brown rot near the base of the plant, and the rot stinks.
It's red inside the growth when you remove the leaves.

Here a visible effect of fusarium on a Paph (this one can be saved):

 
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Billie

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Its great

Thanks for posting such a nice Phrag 2 flowers 1st up - thats really good growing - billie
 
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I finished to acquire one caudatum and it is practically the same flower of wallisii, the two are the same plant or not?
 
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Exactly therefore that I asked because I find wallisii well different of caudatum and also I find that this is caudatum!
 
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isaias m rolando

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Congrat! Thuias is a nice looking Phrag....caudatum.
Sorry but this is not wallisi
 

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Congrat! Thuias is a nice looking Phrag....caudatum.
Sorry but this is not wallisi
Ok, I will tell Peruflora that their wallisii are... caudatum!
It doesn't matter, I didn't have caudatum, I love this one.:)
 
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