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Offline bouldering

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Re: Graftings with caput medusae
« Reply #40 on: Wednesday, 20 March 2013 - 19:21:30 »
Very inspiring! How are they now? I will definitely try this next year. :)

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Re: Graftings with caput medusae
« Reply #41 on: Thursday, 09 May 2013 - 07:46:48 »
Some graftings from yesterday:





Hi Ariocarpus,
From what I can see(correct me if Im wrong), there are some tubercle without areoles you grafted, arent they?
Just received my acm and have a plan to graft for spare, after looking at its tubercles they only have 1 areole each
Can I graft without areole?

Thanks in advance
Hendry

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Re: Graftings with caput medusae
« Reply #42 on: Sunday, 10 July 2016 - 15:08:46 »
Wow very awesome!!

It looks like you are not even intersecting the cores.  Is this not necessary with this species? All cacti?

I only have one ACM graft and it grew for a year, lost it's tubercles, then grew them back while growing a huge body.




 

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