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OfflineFungusmaximusFM
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MY MESC GARDEN
    #1749992 - 07/26/03 02:53 AM (14 years, 6 days ago)

here is my small but healthy cacti garden.
I am currently grafting two more peyo buttons to two of my largest pedros seen in this pic. Many more pups still on the mother too :grin:
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I also grafted a tiny pup that fell off the mother to a myrtillocactus as an experiment, it took to the cactus in 3 days!
Allot easier than grafting to pedros IMO...






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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: FungusmaximusFM]
    #1750025 - 07/26/03 03:11 AM (14 years, 6 days ago)

that lophrophora looks a little odd.
nice garden.


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: FungusmaximusFM]
    #1750164 - 07/26/03 05:17 AM (14 years, 6 days ago)

Damn sexy garden man!! Are those caespitose lophs? That big one looks like pups upon pups upon pups....


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: canid]
    #1750403 - 07/26/03 11:35 AM (14 years, 5 days ago)

its a loph willi, 4 sure


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: FungusmaximusFM]
    #1750781 - 07/26/03 03:27 PM (14 years, 5 days ago)

I wish I could get my hands on some of those. I have plenty of San Pedros to play around with and two Peruvian Torches.


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: Ekstaza]
    #1750817 - 07/26/03 03:49 PM (14 years, 5 days ago)

the entheogens come to those who seek them! at least i believe so, ekstaza...

how old is the mother lopho??? i mean... for how long has it been grafted?


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: canid]
    #1751446 - 07/26/03 09:42 PM (14 years, 5 days ago)

the loph looks odd due to to a lighting problem supposedly.

looks good FM. i commented before on how fast the myrtlls take grafts. new growth noticed in just 2-3 days for me:) m69


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: mile69]
    #1751888 - 07/27/03 01:01 AM (14 years, 5 days ago)

Very nice FM I hadn't seen those last 2 ppics before , how'd the grafts go today?


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: felixhigh]
    #1756716 - 07/28/03 05:48 PM (14 years, 3 days ago)

Felix
The mother has been grafted for about a year and a half now.
It was originally the size of a quarter.

It is a caeposita lophora williamsi, she has produced 5 new pups in a span of two weeks after being exposed to good direct sunlight.
I toasted the buttons by doing so, and she had to have a sunburn treatment of foliar feeding her a weak calcium clhoride solution dilluted in distilled water with chleated trace minerals. She and her pups have recovered nicely. I just grafted 4 more buttons last night. Ill let you all know how it goes :wink:


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: FungusmaximusFM]
    #1757382 - 07/28/03 10:05 PM (14 years, 3 days ago)

thanks for sharing FM!!!
the new pups are indeed sensitive to light!!!
i've been myself wondering if grafted plants would do well outside (in the ground), but the top watering (rain!) should not be the best for them but would that be practicable?

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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: felixhigh]
    #1760090 - 07/29/03 05:55 PM (14 years, 2 days ago)

YOu should only foliar feed at night when the stomatta are open.
We have found that this dramtically increases the bitterness of the plant. ALkaloids are bitter...Hmmm ya see where this is going?
Yea, calcium helps them protect themselves from the sun.
Add 2 tbs damp rid to 5 gallons of water and a tiny amout of chleated trace minerals, just a dash. directly foliar feed a few hours after dark. I saw a dramatic growth response in a few days.
The brown pups turned dark green in a week.
Just be sure they get lots of fresh air to evap any standing water on the cactus surface nooks and crevices, to prevent rot. Never foliar feed in the daytime when exposed to direct sunlight, it will burn the flesh, not to mention its pointless when the stomatta arent open.


Here is the advice I was given by a cactus expert at the nook.
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You need to foliar feed the cactus with a weak calcium chloride (damprid) or crushed Cal-Mag pills (from vitamin section at grocery store) solution every other night until they start to perk up. Use about 2 tablespoons of damprid or crushed pills in 5 gallons of clean water. Pour this gently over the cactus flesh at night. BTW, you can feed your other plants with fertilizer this way, too... it even helps to get nutrients to un-rooted specimens. 

The calcium will help them to resist the UV, and magnesium (if using pills) helps the cactus to utilize the calcium better... though they probably get plenty of magnesium from the soil.

When repotting from bare roots, you should never water for about the first week or so... the small amount of damage to the roots needs time to heal and scab up.

For now, place a thin see-through cloth over the pete. Leave it on there until you see them start to green up. Take it off, then, but leave her in the shady spot for another week. Then move to partial sun (evening sun, preferably) for a week. Then move her out into full sun. You may see some purple discoloration, but it doesn't hurt a thing... brown is definitely bad, though.

I have seen cacti recover from brown, however. Recovery is slow on their own roots, but I think a graft will do much better.


   


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Re: MY MESC GARDEN [Re: FungusmaximusFM]
    #1761127 - 07/29/03 11:15 PM (14 years, 2 days ago)

hmm i think i'll try that..


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