Hey all. Hope you’re well and not too freaked about this virus. I am wondering what folks think of what I did today. What’s done is done but it occurs to me that I maybe should have asked. Here it is: I am having a moderate mealybug and scale problem, as well as fungus gnats here and there (they have seasonal waves and it’s been warm here in Chicago). Today, I watered all Paphiopedilum and Phragmipedium. I used one gallon RO water mixed with K-Lite (about a year with it, I like the steady growth and no burn to roots or leaves), to which I also added 2 grams of Safari pesticide. Unlike usually, I poured some on leaves and leaf axils. I let each pot drain into a bucket and after I ran out of the first gallon of water, I started to reuse it for other plants. I did this with nearly all my orchids until the gallon was gone. What I’m wondering is, did I make a huge mistake? I assumed the Safari was still effective (I don’t have a lot of it to play with) and that there’s still enough fertilizer in the water to be effective. In 4 or 4 days, I will water again as normal, no Safari. Am I ok here? I watered my P. volonteanum in high spike (10 inches and growing, bud seems small); is it likely to mess that up? All feedback appreciated. Thank you!