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InvisibleNeiL
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Help with Peyote Seedlings Please?
    #728185 - 07/07/02 04:24 AM (15 years, 5 months ago)

Hi,

I'm currently attempting to grow some peyote from seed. I have three little seedlings growing in a plastic (lidded) tray. I've been vaguely following the instructions on this site here ->

http://www.xs4all.nl/~knehnav/cultivation.htm

I've followed the instructions up till this point->

Keep the pots covered with the plastic, there is no need to give water for weeks. Within two weeks tiny green balls will appear, the baby peyote's. After 3/4 weeks from the start, you can start making very small holes in the plastic, after a few days make some more and later make them bigger. In this way get adapted to the dryer conditions in this hard, hard world.
Once there are so many holes, that the humidity is the same as in the surrounding you can take away the plastic (this will be about 8-10 weeks after starting).


So i've been making holes in the lid for the last 5 weeks, making 8 weeks in total since starting. There's still condensation/ water droplets on the lid at the moment though, in the areas that aren't riddled with pin pricks. Does this mean that it is still humid inside the tray, should i wait a little bit longer before taking the lid off?

Any help is much appreciated!


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Re: Help with Peyote Seedlings Please? [Re: NeiL]
    #728205 - 07/07/02 04:42 AM (15 years, 5 months ago)

I didnt go that route..After they popped in the baggie I put them into tiny clay pots and kept them wet until four sections were noticeable on the ball..Then I started drying them off....Heres a 2 year old grown from seed on a san pedro..Notice how many splits are in it...It was grafted when it was the size of a pencil eraser...My pedro is also pupping beacuse its in prime growth..I plan on waiting till there big enough to root and pot before I slice em off.....


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Re: Help with Peyote Seedlings Please? [Re: BlueJay]
    #728537 - 07/07/02 08:45 AM (15 years, 5 months ago)

thats cool, do you graft them the same way you do any plant? or is there anything i may need to know to try this?


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Re: Help with Peyote Seedlings Please? [Re: ChromeCrow]
    #729002 - 07/07/02 12:40 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

errr....anyone got an answer for my question?


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Re: Help with Peyote Seedlings Please? [Re: BlueJay]
    #729771 - 07/07/02 06:55 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

how do you do that shit? Does it really increase the peyote rate of growth?


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Re: Help with Peyote Seedlings Please? [Re: chemkid]
    #730806 - 07/08/02 08:43 AM (15 years, 5 months ago)

...I grafted this one once it hit 1/4 inch across. It split pretty bad the first winter under the 400mh due to fast growth..I just misted it daily to help the skin stay elastic the best I could. I couldnt get any rubberbands on the grafts because of the size..I ended up just putting a nickel on and praying..literally!...I plan on leaving this on many years and having a head with 30 or forty pups...I have seen pics of plants that are 2 foot across with at least fifty pups..Im SURE they started as grafts then were sliced and allowed to root after a few years....


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