Removing Old Substances and Damaged Roots:
Dendro orchids facing damage to roots and withered stems due to fungal and bacterial infestations can be revived with a simple yet powerful trick. Begin by removing all old substances, bacteria, and fungi from the orchids, clearing the way for regeneration. Cut off any damaged roots that may hinder the plant’s metabolic ability and overall health.

Garlic Solution for Quick Recovery:
To expedite the revival process, leverage the antibacterial and antiseptic properties of garlic. Crush one small clove of garlic and mix it with 1 liter of water. After stirring and filtering, apply this garlic-infused water evenly over the entire plant. This solution serves as a disinfectant, promoting a healthier environment for the orchid’s growth. Additionally, soak the remaining garlic juice for 15 minutes to enhance its antibacterial properties.

Replanting with Coconut Shells:
Once the orchid is thoroughly treated with the garlic solution, consider replanting it using coconut shells cut into small pieces. This substrate provides a suitable and clean environment for the orchid to recover. Utilize clamps to secure the plant in place. After replanting, position the pot in a cool area with ample light. Ensure the planting material remains dry between watering sessions and use misting to maintain optimal moisture levels.

Sustainable Growth and Fertilization:
Monitor the orchid’s progress, and within two months, you will witness a remarkable transformation. The once withered stump will evolve into a thriving small tree, with dry branches turning green. At this stage, introduce organic fertilizers every two weeks to further support the plant’s growth. During the initial two months of recovery, focus on using water as the primary source for nurturing the revived dendro orchid.

This quick and efficient trick not only breathes life back into ailing Dendro orchids but also sets the stage for sustained growth and vitality.