I have a snowy growth on the bark containing my 3 Phalaenopsis orchids. The internet tells me it is quite common to have this problem.
I repotted the orchids in about September and they thrived, went away on holiday and left them in care, probably overwatered and came home to a lovely snowy potting mix!
So what do I do? I have bought new fresh potting mix and will repot but how do I get rid of the fungus on the roots?

Many thanks for your input here

  • Barbara Dennison asked 7 years ago
  • last edited 6 years ago
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Hi Barbara

Try using a product Palmers sell instore called Neem granules. It is a natural anti fungal solution to your problem. When replanting put a small amount in the new potting mix as well and it will take care of the roots of the orchids.

Happy gardening


Palmers Garden Consultant

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