Today we start a new, long term, Orchid project! Growing some Vanda seedlings 😀
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One of my awesome viewers shared his order of Vanda seedlings with me, so now I have 15 tiny, V. tesselata x denisoniana babies.
I opted for a ventilated and moist setup, with even and almost continuous moisture. I used polystyrene and a few strands of microfiber in a shallow plastic cup without drainage.
The goal was to find a way to maintain the seedlings moist as even as possible, while providing tons of air at the same time. No root should have dry portions or stay in a pool of water.
Light will be bright, but no direct sunshine and fertilizer very dilute. And now we wait 🙂
Experiment with surface tension https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jS3cM5t5DD0&t=1s
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