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  • We are here again in Orquidário Paulista with Reinaldo Ilaci.

  • Continuing the Orchids series.

  • Now we'll transplant a Phalaenopsis for a plastic box.

  • And then to a pine knot.

  • This box is a plastic box, right?

  • We'll transplant it, there are plastic and wood, as well ...

  • Always remembering that the wood has to be a noble wood, right?

  • And it is not a non-ecological thing, this is leftovers of sawmill, leftover of certificated wood,

  • that are left on sawmill and lumber-mill and so.

  • And people who work with crafts take these woods and work making those little boxes.

  • This is not purchased only for that.

  • This is recycling too, right?

  • It is also cool, right?

  • Very cool.

  • These plastic ones here, the interesting about them is that if it is a plant that will grow.

  • If it is a seedling that will be very large in size.

  • It is interesting to use the plastic one because you will place the plant here and in two years

  • when you are going to transplant it, you do not have to take it out of this box.

  • You put the small box inside a bigger box, because the plastic does not rot.

  • It will avoid any kind of fungus or bacteria.

  • If you use a wooden box, the plant will take root in the wood.

  • For you to transplant it to another box, you will have to haze the plant.

  • And if you put that box inside of another and fill it with substrate, with moisture it will rot.

  • Could bring some sort of disease to plant.

  • That's not interesting to decomposition of the wood.

  • Ok?

  • So we will do in the plastic one that is quite simple.

  • We will use a mini Phalaenopsis.

  • This to be a mini Phalaenopsis, it is a plant that will spend the rest of life here.

  • Will not need a larger box, why?

  • It is a monopodial growth, it grows up.

  • Ok?

  • If she had another type of growth Orchic as ...

  • Golden rain, which increases.

  • One of Cattleya, would run it out of the vase very fast, right?

  • But as growth is monopodial, you can leave here for life, right?

  • As I have explained in another video.

  • You pull her through the hard part of this plant here, okay?

  • If you do so it will drop.

  • If you have hard to drop, separates the little vase to drop.

  • Or make a alavanquinha with scissors, right?

  • Already almost loose, right?

  • Took, will have a little bit of that pine bark.

  • Just try to release the ...

  • What is even looser.

  • Without wanting to start, otherwise you may very munch the roots of it.

  • These I'm down here stirring They they are falling.

  • So this here is the perfect drop.

  • It gets stuck.

  • So do not move.

  • Released mainly.

  • Just about everything.

  • What will I do now?

  • I'll get a piece of this wire packaging bread for example.

  • So here you will find even in packing house.

  • Anywhere you are.

  • Cut a piece of it.

  • And will tie in that part where end the roots and the leaves begin.

  • That's the part that I talked it's a little tougher.

  • Ok.

  • Moor, makes a bow to hold loosely, O ...

  • He's loose, and indicates down.

  • What am I going to do?

  • Take the box.

  • Put inside the box roots, accommodate it.

  • And pass this piece of wire the holes of the box.

  • Down here.

  • By doing this, what will happen to the plant?

  • I hold down here a little bit.

  • The plant is firm.

  • To fool the plant it here.

  • Then what will I do here?

  • I'll fix it in space that will always be in the middle of the vessel in the case of Phalaenopsis, why?

  • Because he will grow up.

  • Leaning slightly forward not to conserve water here in the leaves.

  • Take a bit of moss and put just to hold some moisture when you water.

  • Because very fast dry box.

  • Then in the box ...

  • It is because it is wide open, right?

  • The box always moss.

  • So here I have planted the Phalaenopsis in the box.

  • She's stuck underneath here ...

  • Securely fastened same, right?

  • Leaning forward to not hold water here ...

  • And she's with old calendars here, when she was taken out of production, before replanting.

  • These specks here is not disease.

  • It's just a scar too.

  • Those old calendars will end up falling.

  • I can cut for looks, but while they are green like that here.

  • She's doing photosynthesis.

  • Then plant is beneficial to get it, just for looks that cuts.

  • That's it.

  • Super easy!

  • I will now show how that plant for example in Pine Knot.

  • It would be it is the same process in toquinho wood or wood lequezinho well.

  • The function will be the same.

  • In the case of Phalaenopsis is interesting plant in node because the node is not very big.

  • Phalaenopsis and has no very vigorous growth.

  • Then it will be many years here without any problem.

  • If it was a Cattleya and I put it here.

  • Or a shower of gold, two bulbs after it would already be out of the pine knot.

  • No longer would do any good, right?

  • So I will take this plant here ...

  • Why you will use that here?

  • This vessel is too big for this plant and closed.

  • It has just a little hole down here.

  • Little breathing to this substrate, okay?

  • Generally people choose vessel to be cute.

  • And the vessel has to be functional in the case of orchid.

  • If it was a land plant would have no problem.

  • But for orchid that here is not very good.

  • It's a very large volume, poor ventilation, okay?

  • Same process o ...

  • A clay vase, sticks his scissors.

  • Mexi, took the firmest part of the plant.

  • It has two seedlings that were planted together.

  • This is also something which in the case of orchid is not very interesting.

  • Because one can grow faster and the other cover.

  • Ai when you will not start sprinkle water and eventually killing the other.

  • This little plant here, she's with the new leaflet dropping and a raizinha.

  • It is a plant that is active, she's awake.

  • Because these roots are dry already, that here you can cut.

  • These are no longer working ...

  • It is apparent that she is very old.

  • Then she no longer serves for anything, right?

  • This raizinha she is not beautiful, but she this chubby yet, you can leave.

  • What we will do in Pine Knot?

  • You have two ways of tying pine knot.

  • You put her here like this, right?

  • And we'll hold her for this part woody and it will grow up here, right?

  • It can be tied up with this thread, this araminho.

  • We usually some pine have, or we do these holes to make it easier to tie.

  • If you do not have the little hole, O ...

  • Just put here.

  • Oh leaves a small hole on each side.

  • That.

  • There is easy to do here.

  • Usually this little hole you will only find in orchid shop.

  • Which is already for that reason, right?

  • And do it here and is already tied.

  • You can put a little bit of moss here ...

  • As I mentioned, there's always a bit of organic matter in the tree trunk.

  • This here will override and take a little moisture.

  • Put a little back here, O ...

  • And pulls.

  • You can use that ligature of ...

  • This one, right?

  • Is this then I'll show later, without the holes.

  • Because it is easier.

  • Ok.

  • So that's here.

  • Only if you bought a pine knot in a fire house, which is to burn the poor.

  • I think one judiação, is so beautiful.

  • So beautiful it.

  • And he did not come with cleft and neither came cracked in the middle.

  • You can use it also integer.

  • It is split in the middle for what?

  • Time you put it on the screen, for him not be running on the screen.

  • Because if you hang it on the line he is in a position.

  • A mossy little bit here.

  • Get this wire is wire wrap egg box, right?

  • It need not be too thick.

  • So it is good because a little it is already a miracle.

  • You can shred it a little bit o ...

  • Rattled off, he'll be a little thinner, It will be easier to work with.

  • Why do you have to use this wire?

  • This nylon thread it does not rot.

  • If you use cotton, he will rot very quickly and will be able to give up a type of fungus.

  • Sisal these natural things, fibers natural they rot.

  • And if you use wire and forget the wire there in case the pine node has no problem, but a tree.

  • When the trunk of the tree to start growing.

  • The wire will hang up can kill the trunk that this plant is.

  • I'll take this little plant, put a little bit of moss back here anyway.

  • When she turned to look up to the light, right?

  • Put here at the bottom and I passing the tape here twice, O ...

  • In part, among the roots of it, here O ...

  • Then over time this tape will rot.

  • It lasts one year, after one year you rubbed a hand on her she will rot.

  • Put here, O ...

  • Do two jaunts her not drop back here.

  • You want some help here?

  • Just spend twice here, O ... She does not return.

  • Twice.

  • Put the corner of Pine Knot.

  • That.

  • But the main.

  • She is stroking the tape.

  • The key is to pull too hard!

  • That! The stronger, the better.

  • Remember the story of stand firm and feel safe?

  • That's what the plant needs.

  • It is not delicate.

  • So it is no use to pet or and on the plant or on the tape.

  • Doing it here, in a short time she It is with the roots here.

  • A year from now you rubbed his hand on the tape and she leaves.

  • Dai she has already fixed.

  • It is already fixed and has no problem.

  • The big question here is always looking for a time of year such as spring or summer.

  • To tie in tree, or exchange for this piece of wood because of wetter climate.

  • The plant will root better.

  • In the winter season it is very dry.

  • Then the plant in addition to being lower the plant's metabolism is slower.

  • It takes longer to root for lack of water.

  • So the ideal is always in the rainy season the humidity is higher.

  • Then in that case it would be good to give a spritz.

  • Sprayed, yes.

  • And this is here the same process tie the tree also on the street.

  • People when they tie plant tree.

  • They cut through vessel puts tow, puts it, for what.

  • You do not need any of that, just do it here.

  • Just a little bit of moss.

  • Exactly.

  • And this little strip of bread.

  • It is the little vase half, these things grow on tree.

  • When a person wants to put through little vase, put tow something.

  • This thing that is underneath the plant, serves as a shelter for snail, slug and armadillo.

  • So if the plant look like.

  • The snail, the snail has no place to stay, they will look elsewhere to stay.

  • So you avoid this type of disease also in the plant.

  • It's the best situation, she'll be happier.

  • It will be as if it originally had born there, right?

  • You will need plenty of watering, because a wood she unsafe water.

  • Then you'll have to water more than I had a pot.

  • Or if you live in an area of ​​high humidity, for example here in São Paulo.

  • Who lives in the Serra da Cantareira, the relative humidity is always very high.

  • So this here is the best option instead vessel.

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