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Hylocereus undatus

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My recent endeavors include H. undatus propagation :D

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Hey, those babies look pretty cool... good work!

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Awesome, been wanting to give propagation a try myself! How long have these babies been going?

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Awesome, been wanting to give propagation a try myself! How long have these babies been going?

A few weeks :)

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From seed? Nice :)

I have a plant with aerial roots near the tip... is propagation as simple as cut - callus - pot in this case?

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I have a plant with aerial roots near the tip... is propagation as simple as cut - callus - pot in this case?

the bigger the cut the better

What's your plan next Ryan, are you considering grafting any of these to speed up development. I've been wondering what to graft a Hylocereus or Selenicereus seedling onto other than another Hylocereus or Selenicereus. Any thoughts on this?

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peres or wedge graft into a tricho maybe? But if it was a seedling I'd peres for sure.

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What's your plan next Ryan, are you considering grafting any of these to speed up development. I've been wondering what to graft a Hylocereus or Selenicereus seedling onto other than another Hylocereus or Selenicereus. Any thoughts on this?

Quite unfortunately, i don't have that much cacti

so far the only cacti i have are:

P. scopia and

A. tetragonus

and a barrel cactus

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