Hello all, I'm wondering whether anyone has go-to strategies for rehabilitating/rooting long angraecums. I'm speaking of species like Angraecum vigueiri, germinyanum, corrugatum etc. I have an old vigueri that unexpectedly declined, and I suspected either the existing roots were not happy, or something happened and part of the stem died, thus cutting off nutrient/water support from the growing point. The plant is over a foot long, with leaves at one end, a bunch of roots at the other (I cannot tell if they are alive/dead) and a long skinny stem in between. No soft spots I can tell in the stem, but there may be some occult death that's occurred somewhere along the stem. I'm torn whether to try and pot the plant up and hope for new root growth at the base, or 'decapitate' it and hope to stimulate growth nearer to the growing point. I'll do the usual kelp soak and warm temps. Any other recommendations?