Sap From orchid

by Judy

My orchid is dripping sticky sap. Is this normal?

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Jun 15, 2012
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by: Cable Thompson

Yes, this is somewhat normal. It happens mostly in warm temperatures and bright light, though not always. I'm not really sure why some plants seem to do this, but it isn't harmful. You might be able to wipe the sap off with a damp cloth, though this can be tedious and is not necessary.

Oct 21, 2015
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by: Anonymous

You'd have to study up on the procedure before you attempted, however given the size and development propensity for the plant it still won't be simple and is more remote confused by the way that the sap of the plant can bring about dermatitis in the event that it interacts with your skin. custom essay service. The measure of taking care of required fertilizing the blossoms just about sureties you'd get some on you so keep some calming skin cream helpful.

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