Making the Nutrient-Rich Solution:
Don’t discard excess fresh milk without sugar and banana peels; instead, use them to create a powerful nutrient solution for orchids. Banana peels are rich in Vitamin B6, B12, and essential minerals like Potassium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, and Calcium. Combine 3 banana peels with 350 ml of boiled water, covering and letting it cool. This concoction serves as a potent growth stimulant, providing orchids with the necessary vitamins and minerals for rapid development.

Preparation Before Planting:
When acquiring new orchids, exercise patience before immediately planting them. Allow the orchids to acclimate to their new environment by placing them in a cool, well-ventilated area for one week without watering. Though the leaves may temporarily turn yellow and wilt, this method aids the plant in adapting faster and minimizes the risk of fungal and bacterial infections. Healthy roots are crucial, and this preparatory stage ensures their resilience.

Two Ways to Care for Leaves:
Enhance the health of orchid leaves with two simple methods. First, create a mixture using a spoon of fresh milk without sugar and 2 tablespoons of water. Apply this mixture to the leaves, providing essential vitamins and nutrients. The second method involves using the white part of banana peel to wipe the leaves. This straightforward approach contributes to leaf health. Allow the dissolved nutrients to infuse in water for 24 hours, then add water to make 1 liter. Use this nutrient-rich water to irrigate the base of the tree every 15 days. The banana peel’s richness in protein, tannin, and organic sulfur acts as an antibacterial agent, disinfecting the plant and promoting beneficial microorganisms in the growing medium.

Post-Care and Results:
After implementing this care routine for a month, observe the vibrant green and robust health of the leaves, along with enhanced root development. The damaged roots coexist with healthy ones without hindering overall growth. When ready to transplant, remove some moss from the tree, leaving a portion for added support. In the new pot, include a small amount of pine bark at the bottom without covering the stump. Water the plant with just enough moisture. This method results in healthier roots and sustained orchid growth. By repurposing excess resources, you can foster a thriving environment for your orchids.