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Kandahar

Kandahar

Number of posts : 134
Location : South Lismore-ish
Registration date : 2012-09-06

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PostSubject: Rubbish Columnars   Rubbish Columnars EmptyThu Nov 15, 2012 10:56 am

Hello,
I normally would not do this, but I am too eager for 'larger' grafting for my own good. SO, I was wondering if anyone had some nasty columnar cacti in apearance that they don't neccesarily 'need'. At the moment I do not have a tonne of cash let alone trading material.
I will be looking to graft Lophophora, Astro's and other slow growing varietys.

Tell me where to go if you think apropriate.. This is shamefull as it is!

Sorry and Thanks.

~Kandahar
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SuperKabuto869

SuperKabuto869

Number of posts : 38
Location : Melbourne
Registration date : 2012-09-09

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PostSubject: Re: Rubbish Columnars   Rubbish Columnars EmptyThu Nov 15, 2012 8:50 pm

Kandahar

Do you require plants or just cuttings (T.scop, pachanoi, pasacana, myrtillocactus geometrizans)?

Try searching up any columnar cacti names into ebay and you may be able to find some.

SuperKabuto869
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Kandahar

Kandahar

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PostSubject: Re: Rubbish Columnars   Rubbish Columnars EmptyFri Nov 16, 2012 9:24 am

I'm not overly fussed as to which particular columnar I would use, have heard great results from all of the above.

Plants or cuttings, again I am not a picky person. T. Scop and Myrtillocactus are at the top of the list.

I have a few echinopsis I could play with as ''emergency'' stock.
Ciao.

~Kandahar
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