BACKBULBS: Practical Means of Propagation

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by Robert M. [Bert] Hamilton (Compiler)

Originally published in The Orchid Doctor in 1980 and 1988

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Cattleya sections should have three or four pseudobulbs with healthy leaves, firm, viable, dormant buds and perhaps a few good roots; give them even casual good culture during summer and they will produce new growths. A82-1140
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BACKBULBS: Propagation For cataseturns and others, place the plant in a suitable mix (for catasetums or other genera) in a four-inch pot, moisten slightly and put in a clean, clear polyethylene bag to cover all parts, seal and leave in a shaded area to root. A81-688 0
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