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Found 10 results

  1. From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    Born March 19. -6June18 variegated crested pachano iareole graft 79days old Today!!! Looking good.
  2. Inyan

    30May Areole Graft.jpg

    From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    1 month and 15 days and this little variegated crested pachanoi graft still refuses to die.
  3. Inyan

    30May Areole Graft 38.jpg

    From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    1 month and 15 days and this little variegated crested pachanoi graft still refuses to die. A grafted areole dries out very fast if it has not taken at this size as there is very little tissue being used here. Sure, larger areoles could be used, but that would take all the fun out of it.
  4. From the album: Trichocereus Freaks

    Crested Variegated Trichocereus pachanoi grafts 1 month update...
  5. Inyan

    SS02xSS01xRedGrandi.jpg

    From the album: Hybrid propagation via grafting or crosspollination

    (SS02 x SS01) mom x Red Grandi (dad) grafted to areole of Pereskiopsis
  6. Inyan

    Zellytriplegraft3.jpg

    From the album: Hybrid propagation via grafting or crosspollination

    Zelly hybrid seedlings grafted to areoles of Pereskiopsis
  7. From the album: Hybrid propagation via grafting or crosspollination

    Zelly hybrid seedlings triple grafted. Two seedlings grafted to areoles of Pereskiopsis.
  8. Evil Genius

    Toothpick Grafting

    Hi Guys, have one of my manical phases today so felt like posting some more help for people who have difficulties with grafting. This technique is pretty much hardcore and stockunfriendly but the stock usually takes it very well. As i already mentioned elsewhere, pressure is THE Key to grafting. If you lose many graftings and dont know why, its either because you dont put enough pressure on the grafted plant or because you use dirty tools. For this technique you need a toothpick made from wood, some rubber bands, a razorblade and a knife. Everything works pretty much similar to normal grafting. Go get yourself a healthy and well watered stock and cut it AT THE TOP because small stumps dont grow very well and the same principle applies for a grafted plant as well. Flatten the edges, use the razorblade to cut off the plant you want to graft, stick the toothpick through the grafting stock, take the rubber and use it to fixate the grafted plant on top of the grafting stock. Done. Sorry for the bad pics. Had some food on the stove and wanted to get this done quick.
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