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Nuero and Una, you guys seem to be the experienced cactifiles. My question is regarding Pereskiopsis grafts. The stalk does not seem to reproduce leaves. The leaves grow from only new growth. How many leaves do you prefer to have on the tree prior to grafting? How much stalk do you typically graft onto. It seems the cuttings need to be cut really low so that that remaining root system and stalk grow from a very low point to produce a plant which can eventually be grafted onto. I'm just curious. Any info is great. I've had a couple of cuttings for a month or so. Muchas Gracias.
Normally 10-15 cm in lenght but sometimes when i need to graft a seedling and don't have tall enough Pereskiopsis i use smaller ones. The big disadvantage is that you have little room for error (under fertilizing leads to loss of leaves) and slower growth rate.
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