WARDIAN CASES: Utility

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by Robert M. [Bert] Hamilton (Compiler)

Originally published in The Orchid Doctor in 1980 and 1988

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It is considered by many to be "too close" for best growing, except for the "Jewel" orchids such as Ludisia discolor, and others, or some very tropical terrestrials. A86-923
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WARDIAN CASES: Lights Necessary for Case 5ft. X 4 X 3 Use as many 40-watt fluorescent tubes as possible, maybe four, plus two 25-watt incandescents to provide red light; place the plants two to six inches from the lights; a small fan or blower is necessary to remove heat. A67-1010; A73-1081 0
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