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Some albino 'menchaca' loph seedling porn

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So I was lucky enough to sprout one of these bad boys, this is my 1st albino loph seedling after 15 years of growing them so not only am I excited but I'm thinking it's also about damn time! :P

And in celebration of that I thought I would share some pics of the albino menchaca specimen with you all.

It has been grafted onto peres.

 

I'll post some updates from time to time.

I dont mind if it turns variegate just as long as it doesn't revert back to green haha fingers crossed.

 

Cheers

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wau and thx for sharing your excitement and the wonderfull pics with us.

i stopped grafting seedlings, or even germinating them, since the law changed, all my seeds go to waste.

years ago, i got about one albino, in a few hundred seedlings, but none of them survived grafting.

whilst the green ones were plump, the white ones were soft and squishy.

 

yours looks good on the photo!  good luck and update us!:P

 

late edit: you placed the seedling perfectly, but i want to share with you what i did.

i only used tip cuttings of peres, and sliced just the very tip of the rootstock, like that the loph seedling and the peres fitted perfectly (both had the same diametre),

this avoided any callus from forming. maybe the open wound could as well, allowe pathogenes to move in.

Edited by withdrawl clinic

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