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Kandahar

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PostSubject: Rubbish Columnars   Thu Nov 15, 2012 10:56 am

Hello,
I normally would not do this, but I am too eager for 'larger' grafting for my own good. SO, I was wondering if anyone had some nasty columnar cacti in apearance that they don't neccesarily 'need'. At the moment I do not have a tonne of cash let alone trading material.
I will be looking to graft Lophophora, Astro's and other slow growing varietys.

Tell me where to go if you think apropriate.. This is shamefull as it is!

Sorry and Thanks.

~Kandahar
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PostSubject: Re: Rubbish Columnars   Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:50 pm

Kandahar

Do you require plants or just cuttings (T.scop, pachanoi, pasacana, myrtillocactus geometrizans)?

Try searching up any columnar cacti names into ebay and you may be able to find some.

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PostSubject: Re: Rubbish Columnars   Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:24 am

I'm not overly fussed as to which particular columnar I would use, have heard great results from all of the above.

Plants or cuttings, again I am not a picky person. T. Scop and Myrtillocactus are at the top of the list.

I have a few echinopsis I could play with as ''emergency'' stock.
Ciao.

~Kandahar
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