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Thread: How I Propagate Cephalotus

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ57 View Post
    I don't bag my pulls or put under a dome for high humidity, just leave out in the open under a shop light, and they strike near 100%, but maybe takes longer for results that way? The quickest was about 3 weeks (only one pitcher pull) and the longest was almost 4 months. The humidity on the shelf I keep them runs anywhere from 30 to 50% humidity depending on time of year.
    I do the same Joni most of the time with great results also but for the sake of folks new to these procedures suggest the higher RH for perhaps a little faster and reliable strike time. Hope to see you guys soon.

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    Awesome video Jerry. Inspired me to do some of my own.

    When is the best time? After dormancy, or does it even matter?

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    Great video! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcal View Post
    Awesome video Jerry. Inspired me to do some of my own.

    When is the best time? After dormancy, or does it even matter?

    Thanks JC, my Ceph's have never gone thru a dormancy for over six years as they remain in my house hold environment year round. So, hard for me to answer your question other than I propagate when ever I feel like it year round with the same amount of success.

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    I only got to watch a bit of this so far, but it looks like a great amount of info and detail! One that is worthy of being "stickied" and thus, it is done.
    Thank you sir for your contribution of information to this forum!
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    YAY! Congrats on being stickied Jerr!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adnedarn View Post
    I only got to watch a bit of this so far, but it looks like a great amount of info and detail! One that is worthy of being "stickied" and thus, it is done.
    Thank you sir for your contribution of information to this forum!
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    Thanks for the kind words Andrew and hope it helps to clear up some of the myths concerning this plant that everyone should be able to cultivate.

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    Very enlightening!

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