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Photo of the Week
'Malcom' AM/AOS, 80 pts.
September 27, 2014
Kentucky Orchid Society Show
Exhib: Jordan Hawley
Photo © Rick Noel
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What's the word on growing sizable (6- to 14-inch pot) standard cymbidiums in Pro-Mix or similar media? Has anyone reported on doing this long enough to judge success? It would make sense that cymbidiums and zygopetalums would do okay in the mix, but I grow outdoors in summer in an area with frequent heavy thunderstorms, and worry that the roots would rot in this heavy a medium. I suspect that California data will not be very relevant to my southern Appalachian locale.
— John A. Hyatt, PhD
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