Super Sale Event: 100% of all member's in-stock buying pre-tax cost will becomes credit(20220921-20221002); Adjust 25 varieties of Hoya to discounted price(20220822); Member Benefits Hoya: The $8 benefit plant is for members only. For every $100 spent on regularly priced hoya, the customer is entitled to one special benefit hoya for $8; Last restock(200 plants): 20220830;

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Super Sale Event: 100% of all member's in-stock buying pre-tax cost will becomes credit(20220921-20221002); Adjust 25 varieties of Hoya to discounted price(20220822); Member Benefits Hoya: The $8 benefit plant is for members only. For every $100 spent on regularly priced hoya, the customer is entitled to one special benefit hoya for $8; Last restock(200 plants): 20220830;

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Super Sale Event: 100% of all member's in-stock buying pre-tax cost will becomes credit(20220921-20221002); Adjust 25 varieties of Hoya to discounted price(20220822); Member Benefits Hoya: The $8 benefit plant is for members only. For every $100 spent on regularly priced hoya, the customer is entitled to one special benefit hoya for $8; Last restock(200 plants): 20220830;

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How to transfer Hoya from moss into other growing media?

Correct Wrong Reason
1 Water the moss balls completely before removing the moss. When the moss ball is hard and dry, remove the moss. The moss sticks to the roots when it dries. Try not to damage the roots to avoid infection.
2 Remove the large pieces, leaving the small pieces at the roots. Remove all moss pieces. The process of removing moss can easily create wounds at the roots that can lead to later infections.
3 Dry the root sections for 1-3 hours before transferring them to new growth media. Immediately transfer Hoya to new growth media. Let the wound dry before transferring to new medium to prevent infection.
4 Wet new media before use. Transfer Hoyas using dry medium. Hoya needs to keep the roots moist for the first 7-10 days of the new media to prevent the roots from drying out and dying, and the moist media protects the roots to adapt to the new environment.
5 Do not water the plants for the first week. If desired, spray water on the surface.
Put it under a medium level of light.
Water the plants immediately.
Expose it to strong horizontal light.
The root function of the new medium does not work for the first 7-10 days. The water in the new medium will not seep into the plants and will limit root respiration, while bright light will dry out the plants more easily.
6 Give it 50% water for 2-4 weeks compared to normal. Give plants a standard amount of water at 2-4 weeks. It takes time for the roots to adapt to the new medium, while the drying conditions allow the roots to actively grow in search of water.

** The above transfer advice does not only apply from moss to other medium, it applies to any mediato another media, and any situation where the same mediabut the environment changes significantly. This is also a common method for all acclimation.


What equipment do we need when growing hoyas?

Grow lights (indoor), water equipment, pest control (75% alcohol or insecticide), grow tents (recommended), fertilizers (recommended)

What lights does MagicOasis recommend?

High Brightness Grow Lights: splash varieties, inner and outer variegated varieties
Medium Brightness Grow Lights: green leaf varieties, newly transfered plants, rooted cuttings
We recommend using medium brightness grow lights for all Hoyas.

How to control mealybugs?
Using 75% alcohol (or insecticide) is easy to kill mealybugs, but difficult to kill mealybugs eggs. It is recommended to use 75% alcohol every 5-7 days for 2-3 times until all mealybugs are killed.
Isolating new arrivals for 2-3 weeks helps prevent viruses and pests, but mealybugs can be spread by wind, ants and water, so they must be controlled frequently.
How to transfer Hoya from moss into other growing media?

Correct Wrong Reason
1 Water the moss balls completely before removing the moss. When the moss ball is hard and dry, remove the moss. The moss sticks to the roots when it dries. Try not to damage the roots to avoid infection.
2 Remove the large pieces, leaving the small pieces at the roots. Remove all moss pieces. The process of removing moss can easily create wounds at the roots that can lead to later infections.
3 Dry the root sections for 1-3 hours before transferring them to new growth media. Immediately transfer Hoya to new growth media. Let the wound dry before transferring to new medium to prevent infection.
4 Wet new media before use. Transfer Hoyas using dry medium. Hoya needs to keep the roots moist for the first 7-10 days of the new media to prevent the roots from drying out and dying, and the moist media protects the roots to adapt to the new environment.
5 Do not water the plants for the first week. If desired, spray water on the surface.
Put it under a medium level of light.
Water the plants immediately.
Expose it to strong horizontal light.
The root function of the new medium does not work for the first 7-10 days. The water in the new medium will not seep into the plants and will limit root respiration, while bright light will dry out the plants more easily.
6 Give it 50% water for 2-4 weeks compared to normal. Give plants a standard amount of water at 2-4 weeks. It takes time for the roots to adapt to the new medium, while the drying conditions allow the roots to actively grow in search of water.

** The above transfer advice does not only apply from moss to other medium, it applies to any mediato another media, and any situation where the same mediabut the environment changes significantly. This is also a common method for all acclimation.


What equipment do we need when growing hoyas?

Grow lights (indoor), water equipment, pest control (75% alcohol or insecticide), grow tents (recommended), fertilizers (recommended)

What lights does MagicOasis recommend?

High Brightness Grow Lights: splash varieties, inner and outer variegated varieties
Medium Brightness Grow Lights: green leaf varieties, newly transfered plants, rooted cuttings
We recommend using medium brightness grow lights for all Hoyas.

How to control mealybugs?
Using 75% alcohol (or insecticide) is easy to kill mealybugs, but difficult to kill mealybugs eggs. It is recommended to use 75% alcohol every 5-7 days for 2-3 times until all mealybugs are killed.
Isolating new arrivals for 2-3 weeks helps prevent viruses and pests, but mealybugs can be spread by wind, ants and water, so they must be controlled frequently.
How to transfer Hoya from moss into other growing media?

Correct Wrong Reason
1 Water the moss balls completely before removing the moss. When the moss ball is hard and dry, remove the moss. The moss sticks to the roots when it dries. Try not to damage the roots to avoid infection.
2 Remove the large pieces, leaving the small pieces at the roots. Remove all moss pieces. The process of removing moss can easily create wounds at the roots that can lead to later infections.
3 Dry the root sections for 1-3 hours before transferring them to new growth media. Immediately transfer Hoya to new growth media. Let the wound dry before transferring to new medium to prevent infection.
4 Wet new media before use. Transfer Hoyas using dry medium. Hoya needs to keep the roots moist for the first 7-10 days of the new media to prevent the roots from drying out and dying, and the moist media protects the roots to adapt to the new environment.
5 Do not water the plants for the first week. If desired, spray water on the surface.
Put it under a medium level of light.
Water the plants immediately.
Expose it to strong horizontal light.
The root function of the new medium does not work for the first 7-10 days. The water in the new medium will not seep into the plants and will limit root respiration, while bright light will dry out the plants more easily.
6 Give it 50% water for 2-4 weeks compared to normal. Give plants a standard amount of water at 2-4 weeks. It takes time for the roots to adapt to the new medium, while the drying conditions allow the roots to actively grow in search of water.

** The above transfer advice does not only apply from moss to other medium, it applies to any mediato another media, and any situation where the same mediabut the environment changes significantly. This is also a common method for all acclimation.


What equipment do we need when growing hoyas?

Grow lights (indoor), water equipment, pest control (75% alcohol or insecticide), grow tents (recommended), fertilizers (recommended)

What lights does MagicOasis recommend?

High Brightness Grow Lights: splash varieties, inner and outer variegated varieties
Medium Brightness Grow Lights: green leaf varieties, newly transfered plants, rooted cuttings
We recommend using medium brightness grow lights for all Hoyas.

How to control mealybugs?
Using 75% alcohol (or insecticide) is easy to kill mealybugs, but difficult to kill mealybugs eggs. It is recommended to use 75% alcohol every 5-7 days for 2-3 times until all mealybugs are killed.
Isolating new arrivals for 2-3 weeks helps prevent viruses and pests, but mealybugs can be spread by wind, ants and water, so they must be controlled frequently.



© 2022 MagicOasis Hoya Club
http://Facebook.com/MagicOasis2021/
MagicOasis2021@gmail.com

All live plants imported under the import permits issued by CFIA.
All live orchids imported under the CITES import permits issued by CWS(if these is any under CITES Appendix I) and the CITES export permits issued by the export governments(under CITES Appendix I & II).

CFIA IMPORT PERMIT #: P-2020-04152, P-2021-00044, P-2021-01307, P-2021-01308, P-2021-01983, P-2021-02342, Q-2021-00305-4
CITES EXPORT PERMIT #: FTS511W0025845, FTS511W0017676, FTS511W0011660, FTS511W0007142, FTS511W0003198, FTS510W0091398

Toronto, CANADA

        
        




© 2022 MagicOasis Hoya Club
http://Facebook.com/MagicOasis2021/ | MagicOasis2021@gmail.com

All live plants imported under the import permits issued by CFIA.
All live orchids imported under the CITES import permits issued by CWS(if these is any under CITES Appendix I)
and the CITES export permits issued by the export governments(under CITES Appendix I & II).

CFIA IMPORT PERMIT #: P-2020-04152, P-2021-00044, P-2021-01307, P-2021-01308, P-2021-01983, P-2021-02342, Q-2021-00305-4
CITES EXPORT PERMIT #: FTS511W0025845, FTS511W0017676, FTS511W0011660, FTS511W0007142, FTS511W0003198, FTS510W0091398

Toronto, CANADA

                          



2022 MagicOasis Hoya Club
http://Facebook.com/MagicOasis2021/ | MagicOasis2021@gmail.com

All live plants imported under the import permits issued by CFIA.
All live orchids imported under the CITES import permits issued by CWS(if these is any under CITES Appendix I)
and the CITES export permits issued by the export governments(under CITES Appendix I & II).

CFIA IMPORT PERMIT #: P-2020-04152, P-2021-00044, P-2021-01307, P-2021-01308, P-2021-01983, P-2021-02342, Q-2021-00305-4
CITES EXPORT PERMIT #: FTS511W0025845, FTS511W0017676, FTS511W0011660, FTS511W0007142, FTS511W0003198, FTS510W0091398

Toronto, CANADA