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Stems, Flowering Comments
STEMS, FLOWERING: Too Short on Paphiopedilums It is caused by too much light. A76-206 0
STEMS, FLOWERING: Too Weak This can be caused by a low potash supply in the feed; or, by heredity; try using a high potassium fertilizer. A61-227 0
STEMS, FLOWERING: Too Weak and Bending on Cattleyas Over-fertilization contributes to the weakening of flower stems, but the most probable cause is insufficient light; next probable is excessively high night temperature. A63-730 0
STEMS, FLOWERING: Too Weak to Hold Up Flowers Without Staking It is partly a genetic problem but the better the light and the better the culture, the stronger the stems; weak light, crowding, and higher night temperature contribute to weak stems. A68-1107 0

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