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InvisibleFloydian
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Tips on getting my San Pedro healthy again (pics)
    #600628 - 04/06/02 05:02 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Hi. My San Pedro is not looking so good. I took a cutting from it about a month ago and its gone a little down hill since. Any tips on what to do would be great.



Do I need to be concerned about these scars?




Here is what the top where I cut looks like. Is this looking good, bad, or ugly?



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Re: Tips on getting my San Pedro healthy again (pics) [Re: Floydian]
    #601289 - 04/07/02 01:15 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

I have to admit that your san pedro is looking a little unhealthy... when you took the cutting from cacti did you cartarize the open area to prevent against infection...
If you didnot your san pedro might die, dont take my word for it but sometimes there will be a good turn around. the scars on your cacti look a little unhealthy also, I would say that it was infected. sorry man.


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Re: Tips on getting my San Pedro healthy again (pics) [Re: lobo121782]
    #601464 - 04/07/02 06:44 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

No I didn't catarize it...didn't know you had to. Damn, I hope its not infected. Does this make it unedible? Anything I could do to help its chances?


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    #601558 - 04/07/02 09:05 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

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Re: Tips on getting my San Pedro healthy again (pics) [Re: psilocybe cubensis]
    #601569 - 04/07/02 09:25 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

I have worked with cacti for quite a while, I have done a graph of 2 different cacti, and I have only had one that got infected, it had yellow spots, and some bacteria was growing on it I had cut out the yellow areas and also cut out the bacteria areas. But for yellow spots - now that would be a infection. Just cut out the yellow spots and cartarize just those spots, that should work, cartarization eliminates a grate risk of infection.. Well with trees if you cut off a branch, you do not have to take a hot butter knife to it - well its wood - thus in this case you would use a can of spray paint - but cacti has a lot more water in it - so the spray paint tactic is eliminated - which leaves just fire cartarization. Now before you cut out the yellow spots - press firmley to see if they are mushy - if they are then cut out as much as needed, and cartarize that area - I do this with my aloe cacti.. Now if the yellow are is hard and not mushy, leave it for a little bit - maby a few days, and if the yellow starts to get bigger - this is infection - just cut it out and cartarize the ares... I hope this helps you retrieve your plant from infection.. and I wish you luck - also I had been trying a new tactic is that when you make a cutting from your san pedro - say you cut off the top half - use rubbing alachol - on the area alone - do not let it get into the soil, or you will kill your cacti.. Just thought I should let you know... and again I wish you luck..


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