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Aerial roots are a very normal occurrence with epiphytic Orchids. Phalaenopsis are the most unruly when it comes to roots growing everywhere. I cannot recommend cutting them or putting them in the pot. These roots don’t need as much water, they are used to low humidity.

Hydrogen peroxide is used due to its reaction with organics. Once the initial reaction is done, only water and oxygen are left, so reusing it is not ideal. It will become weaker and weaker by the minute.

Falling leaves are not a good thing depending on the orchid genus and the number of fallen leaves. More info here https://youtu.be/1xNZhl8Zk7s

Recipe against mites https://youtu.be/Ne0DPbXQfnw
Orchid fleck virus https://youtu.be/RFlP8a3oszM

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