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I planted some peruvian torch seeds between 3-4 weeks ago. They have grown to about 1/2 the size of peas. The problem is that there seems to be moss(?) on the soil. Is this causing harm to my baby cacti? How do I go about getting rid of this?
Another thing, I noticed that I have planted some of my seeds pretty close together. Will they suffer due to this, or will they survive until they are old enough to replant. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks.
Okay, thanks for the reply. I will keep them drier than I have been and hopefully that will rid me of the moss problem. Do you have any idea about what I should do about them growing too close together?
well replanting cactus is at least trickier than regular plants. they are very delicate. i think if you were to do this at an early enough stage it would be okay. although, i havent had experience replanting with cactus. hope that helps.
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