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Rooted tiny pup!

A couple of months ago some creature, probably a possum, maybe a cat, attacked one of my San Pedro and ripped of its 3 small pups.

 

I put them in dry perlite, and they've all rooted now! This is the smallest of the 3 detached pups.

 

Has anyone ever rooted their pups this small before?

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Congrats on getting your baby to root. As to your question, I've frequently gotten cacti that size to root. In fact, I have a small bag of cuttings that size I am rooting at the moment after making a bunch of areole grafts... as I used those small fry TrichocereusIMG_3839.thumb.jpg.cd785f9def2dcd7887491887b16197b9.jpg for stock believe it or not.

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Interesting. Do you graft first and then root them, or the other way around?

 

I just read your other thread on slab grafting and it's reinvigorated my interest to start grafting. I've got a bunch of dragon fruit cuttings than I might try to use as stock.

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