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    Hi friends, it has been long time when last time was here.
    Well however.....If you have extra Opuntia cuttings or other cactus species to trade , I could take them. I dont really have cactuses to trade, but I have something else whar you might be interested, tropical seeds...etc.
    Well, if you have, please send me email.

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    Please, send them email to this addres! Mitjo.Vaulasvirta@pp.inet.fi

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    at the moment i have some nigh blooming cactus cuttings , interested .

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    oh, definitely, I'll send you email..

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    Oh right, I'll send message then

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    e-mailed ya
    Quit reading my mind!

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    how do you take a cutting from a cactus
    I love nepenthes

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    easy , you just cut of a growing point or anywhere and you stick it in the ground and it starts to root and grow , no need for rooting powder or anything special .

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