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OfflineTMonk
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Transplanting trichocereus
    #4162867 - 05/11/05 07:16 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Hi.
Me and my friends have access to lots of San Pedro cacti, and were thinking of collecting multiple speciman and replanting them in a single patch somewhere.
Is this a viable idea? I would hate to replant a bunch of mature San P. somewhere and have it all die because we didn't take care of the plants properly.
Is this a good idea? If it isn't, is it even a viable idea? I dont expect or want further growth, I just want to have a patch of healthy San P. lying around somewhere that is convenient for our use.
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Re: Transplanting trichocereus [Re: TMonk]
    #4163688 - 05/11/05 10:14 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

replanting is easy. dig up (cacti break easy so take precautions!) dig new hole, put cacti in and fill with dirt.

cuttings are the same but you let teh cut part dry up then plant.

dotn over water and i doubt you will have a single problem.


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Re: Transplanting trichocereus [Re: TMonk]
    #4163824 - 05/11/05 10:38 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

thats a neat idea.


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Re: Transplanting trichocereus [Re: TMonk]
    #4163856 - 05/11/05 10:47 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Pedros go wild with all the room for root growth....separate them a bit, and you'll be quite surprised.


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Re: Transplanting trichocereus [Re: HarveyWalbanger]
    #4164302 - 05/12/05 12:30 AM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Cool. Thanks for the advice.
I would prefer not to dig each column completely out of the ground, so woud cuttings (dried of course) do fine? Or is the digging necesary


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Re: Transplanting trichocereus [Re: TMonk]
    #4164451 - 05/12/05 01:00 AM (11 years, 6 months ago)

can do cuttings, no biggy when you dotn care how fast they grow. cuttings will give you more later on.


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Re: Transplanting trichocereus [Re: TMonk]
    #4164502 - 05/12/05 01:14 AM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Are you in Vista? I made a pilgramage to Vista for cacti purchasing. The climate is sooo perfect for cacti. If you callous off your cuttings before planting them they should do fine.


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Re: Transplanting trichocereus [Re: gardentoad]
    #4165574 - 05/12/05 09:52 AM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Yeah just like my loc. says im here in Vista, So Cal. There is TONS of San P around here, and the climiate is just right.

If my plants are going to get all-day southern California sunshine, how often should I water them?


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