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TalkingGarden
#1 Posted : 11/9/2019 4:48:39 PM
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Hey guys I know some online places stop sale during summer they wont harvest....but those places are a lot hotter than by me. I plan on winterizing them but wondering if I chop some now should I let it start to grow back right away or winter and then let them grow back next year any ideas????
 

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#2 Posted : 11/9/2019 7:26:43 PM

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Why would you want to wait? Do you mean you plan to grow them outside?
 
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#3 Posted : 11/9/2019 9:59:25 PM
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Well here its cold as hell this year they stayed in the window and grew pretty ok...next year they are going outside for the summer. Problem is well 1 of the ones I got and cut early summer never grew again. obviously did something wrong I dont know. I kinda want to cut these now but wasn't sure if I cut them if I should keep watering them through the winter (the room with decent windows will get cold at some points) so not sure if I cut them if I should keep watering them and keep them in the windows or if I cut should I stop watering and when it gets warm again will they grow....trying to avoid the situation where the last 1 I cut never grew back. Dont know much about these cacti yet!
 
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#4 Posted : 11/9/2019 10:13:27 PM

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If you plan on consuming your cuts, the sooner you cut them the better. We can reasonably suspect that allowing cuttings a month or so's rest in a cool, dark and dry (as in, not damp) place will have a positive effect on their alkaloid content.

IME, it's best to keep the cut plants pretty much dry throughout the winter - just give them a little rainwater if they start looking excessively shrivelled; watering of intact specimens is dependant on temperature, light levels and, inversely, relative humidity.
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#5 Posted : 11/9/2019 10:40:58 PM
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Ok THANKS! yeh going to cut tomorow....still kinda deciding if i just want to put them in a heated room with lights or not??
 
 
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