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Today we tend for my Miltoniopsis (Phalaenopsis) orchid, which is in need of a repot and we all know how those go.
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To my surprise though, the root system is in impeccable condition! The roots look slightly different than standard Milto roots. They are thicker and generally look more robust.

As always I take my time to remove the organic medium, so that I damage as less roots as possible. I chose a white pot and leca medium.

I also use hydrogen peroxide 3% to spray the root system, this is the best way to control bush snails, fast, cheap, non toxic and very efficient.

More on bush snails and how to spot them https://youtu.be/qZDh8KCAk-M
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