OrchidWiz: Top Cattleyas Most Hybridized in the Last Decade

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by Alex Maximiano

Posted by Alex Maximiano about 5 years ago.

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This article shows how to use OrchidWiz to list the Cattleya-Alliance orchids most hybridized over the last decade (2009 through 2018).  To get this list, follow these steps:

  1. From the top menu, select List --> Orchids Most Hybridized.

     
  2. The program opens another tab called "Most Hybridized".  Select in the years... Starting in 2009 and Ending in 2018 (all inclusive).  Next, select Breeding Group of Cattleyas, etc. (Laeliinae).  This is the Cattleya Alliance.  Finally, click List.  You get the following results:

     
  3. Next, if you wish to see the photos of the most awarded, side by side, click Gallery.  A new tab shows up with a list of the top 60 orchids most hybridized:


    To enlarge the display, click the "plus" button:


    The result is OrchidWiz shows the top 24 laeliinae most hybridized in 2009-2018:

 

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