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Invisiblezeta
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How to plant pup
    #2597319 - 04/24/04 07:51 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

I have a san pedro pup much like one of these, just snapped off the parent

Do I need to do anything special to plant it?


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Re: How to plant pup [Re: zeta]
    #2597532 - 04/24/04 11:34 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Leave it out, allowing the wound to callus.

Then I'd wait for "air roots" to form and plant it. Do not water unless there are roots.


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Re: How to plant pup [Re: zeta]
    #2597961 - 04/24/04 02:20 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

When i plant pups, there's usually a small circular wound on them from the place where they were attached to the mother. Otherwise there's no large open bottom.

What i do is give that small wound time to heal up and callus. I dust it very lightly getting the callused wound and part of the flesh with rooting hormone.

I plant it just deep enough so that it can support standing up, but not so deep that i'll rot. So expect it to be some-what wiggly in the soil until it sends out roots. Watering it sparingly but give it a good dose of water when you water it. To prevent rot make sure the soil is very sandy and has some pebbles in it.


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Re: How to plant pup [Re: zeta]
    #2599400 - 04/25/04 12:43 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

I hope thats not exactly what your pedros look like! If so they arent pedros, they are Purican Torches. Not that that is a bad thing because they both contain mescaline though, and some Torches have been said to contain as much mescaline as peyote.


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Re: How to plant pup [Re: JeeLiX]
    #2599678 - 04/25/04 02:08 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

oh no, cactus potency discussion again.
even peyotes vary a lot on potency, how can you say that?


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Re: How to plant pup [Re: felixhigh]
    #2599711 - 04/25/04 02:20 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

How can I say that some Peruvian Torches contain as much mescaline as some peyote?? Because it is a known fact. I already said in another post that alkaloid content in cacti is highly variable and dependant on a few main factors. I was just trying to let zeta know that just because the cactus he has is not a pedro, its not a bad thing at all. (Which Im sure he knows, but some people might not)


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Re: How to plant pup [Re: JeeLiX]
    #2599967 - 04/25/04 04:08 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Thanks for the advice fellas
That's not my pic, I was just using it to show the approximate size of my pup
The pup I have is definitely pachanoi (I have several others) and I have never seen peruvianus on this country (oddly) but many pachanoi.
And I fully agree with felix, it is retarded to say peruvianus is more potent than pachanoi/peyote/whatever when there are so many variables


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