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Offline Ariocarpus

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Next generation grafting
« on: Tuesday, 05 June 2012 - 21:26:54 »
..its very easy!

Have a look at this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-glXJrswWtw

Some of my grafts, red flowering asterias on fragilis:


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The first plant is the latest ;)

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Re: Next generation grafting
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday, 05 June 2012 - 23:05:25 »
the method is really easy, we saw it a couple of years ago, but never tried! we need to!
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Re: Next generation grafting
« Reply #2 on: Wednesday, 06 June 2012 - 07:17:30 »
wow! I have to give this method a try (:
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Re: Next generation grafting
« Reply #3 on: Thursday, 07 June 2012 - 09:48:26 »
I think its not "NextGen" :D I tried this, and I have to say that I have higher success-rate with normal/classical grafting. This method is not very usefull for little grafts, but for older offsets or older seedling.

According to my experiences, young seedlings are better to graft on selenicereus or hylocereus. Yesterday I tried to graft seedlings on Myrtilocactus, I made 30 graftings - seeds mostly from Koehres (Asterias Redflower, Asterias SnowSupar, Onzuka, Onzuka Tricostatum) -> we will see how they will going :)

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