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I rooted first which doesnt take long at all. My peres lives in a crate at ~ 100% humidity all the time. The zygo dont seem to like it much they soon start to rot from the base. I still havent had a loph take properly. Astros seem to be taking ok. Im going to try some more once they are rooted. Both the zygo and rhipsalidopsis are the red flowering types. They seem to have the fattest stems. Also the two grafts in the pics are grafted to old growth. 

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After enough time being a stickler about keeping my slow growers on their own roots, I've decided to try a loph graft. Added a third band with a small folded paper to even out the pressure on the scion after taking the pic. Hoping it takes. 

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Very nice Djmattz0r. I like those slab grafts! Great way to propagate a clone

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Wow!!! Djmattz0r

You have some amazing plants mate!

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Whiora x Roseii 2

Sadly i let 99% of these die.

This seedling looked funky/crested and variegated....so i have high hopes

 

 

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One of a couple of varigated plants from some seed collected from dawsons( the plant was a J1 looking Peruvian right in front of the short spined terscheckii) 

I send seeds of this out to a few people so hopefully there are a few more around??

I think it was called dawsons j1 looking peru x open

My hunch is a bit of terscheckii or pasacana in there???? 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Here is the Mumma and pod the seeds came from.

(Im not sure why it was labeled J1 looking as i dont think it looks very J1 in hind sight...probably the long central )

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De-grafted one of my peres grafts of scop x red grandi, and grafted it to a bigger stock.P1140366.jpg

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On Sunday, August 28, 2016 at 10:16 AM, Master B said:

Whiora x Roseii 2

Sadly i let 99% of these die.

This seedling looked funky/crested and variegated....so i have high hopes

 

 

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Sorry... i know its only been a week.

Pretty stoked with this one:lol:

This is my first seed grown variegated monster/ crest from seed i produced myself. 

 

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BBB bridgesii X validus crest from seed

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Another BBB bridgesii X validus 

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Juul's Giant X SS02 on Quiabentia pflanzii stock pushing out some nice growth.

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Was trying to get a really fat Eulychnia castanea, this was ok...

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Did another tip onto the biggest Myrtillo will see how fat this one gets.

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Same huge Myrtillo, can see where the massive TBMC was grafted as well.

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And just for good measure threw a VTBM onto one of the lower limbs. No aeroles though...

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Damn djmattz0r! nice looking plants.   How big is that greenhouse? I have dreams of having such a growing space...

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:o thats sooooo cool 

 

lucky boi :drool2:

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that's so nice..it's like you are on the moon in one of numerous greenhouses growing herbs,fruit,veg but on this occasion you found your self in the arid garden.,

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16 hours ago, djmattz0r said:

Thanks! They are my babies.

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That is the biggest greenhouse, I would estimate 100 ft x 30 ft maybe bigger?... It is one of the production greenhouses I manage for a local cactus business and I keep some of my goodies tucked inside ;)

 

Anyone ever knocked one of the table legs out??? I'd manage to do it sooner or later ;-)

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