How can i root my grafted Lophophora ? Options
#1 Posted : 12/19/2019 1:05:19 PM

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hello friends

my base of grafted lophophera was broken so because of that i forced to separate them Crying or very sad . now i want to plant them in soil if not graft them some of them has few roots and some not.
any idea for how to plant them or is it bad idea?
i afraid if i put them in soil they get mold and disease and die.

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#2 Posted : 12/19/2019 2:11:18 PM

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I'd just put them in soil as they are, after the cut parts are dried/calloused enough, in dry soil for a week or so then add small amounts of water once or twice per week after. Leave the attached rootstock on. It may root as well and will probably root faster if it's Pereskiopsis or Selenicereus.
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