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    Hey Guys, One that I'm particularly happy to...

    Hey Guys,
    One that I'm particularly happy to have is Echinopsis arboricolis; the only epiphytic Echinopsis which also happens to be very rare in the wild even. Perhaps a remaining link between the...
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    I've done a lot of work with the ultra sonic...

    I've done a lot of work with the ultra sonic foggers and they do 2 things;

    1) they greatly raise humidity and......
    2) they tend to kill things with over moisture, mold, mildew, bacteria, etc......
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    Hey Est, how art thou? yeah, haven't really...

    Hey Est, how art thou? yeah, haven't really talked to anyone on here in a while, I think I did reply to a couple cactus question in the other sub-forum. Yeah, I've been feeling chatty lately, so I...
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    I'm part collaborator for www.epiforums.com ...

    I'm part collaborator for www.epiforums.com

    It's a cactus forum dedicated to tropical cactus and other epiphytes in general.

    Joe
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    Been a while

    Hi to all of you out there! It's been a while and my knowledge has blown up beyond expectation! I've had the chance to collect some very rare cactus (no not just those ones ;) )I've been doing alot...
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    Looks like Echinopsis but there are too many tell...

    Looks like Echinopsis but there are too many tell which species or hybrid.

    Joe
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    Cereus tetragonus aka Fairy Castles It grows...

    Cereus tetragonus
    aka Fairy Castles
    It grows into a moderately large cactus, maintanable in a pot. The pot will fill with littler ones you see and it gets a sort of castle look to it.
    Bright light...
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    JLAP, What do you think RoundUp is and why it's...

    JLAP,
    What do you think RoundUp is and why it's so effective. (or rather used to be until 2 years ago) I've used Cyto, Auxins, and Gibbs with no ill effects although sometimes hard to tell a...
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    I grow tropical cactus but they have very similar...

    I grow tropical cactus but they have very similar drainage and root aeration needs and I have found these pots to be about the best for small pots, unfortunately I have not found them bigger. pots
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    I have not had the gh through a winter yet but we...

    I have not had the gh through a winter yet but we have been down in the 20'sF. at night and it maintains in the 70'sF. or wherever I set the thermostat. I can't say for sure of when the real cold...
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    wow, the quality kinda failed to come through.

    wow, the quality kinda failed to come through.
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    pics (http://www.flickr.com/photos/89389800@N00/)...

    pics

    I finally have a digi camera and i even know how to use it.

    Joe
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    Trichocereus is know part of Echinopsis but is...

    Trichocereus is know part of Echinopsis but is currently being undertaken by Bob Schick of the Schick hybrids. http://www.labs.agilent.com/botany....ed.html
    here's the article, a lengthy read but...
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    They will flower in a shorter time period but...

    They will flower in a shorter time period but yes, to mature size is quite a while........at least in a human time frame. The good thing is they do take from growth point cuttings quite readily in...
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    Ok, So I know this has surely been asked many a...

    Ok,
    So I know this has surely been asked many a times; and once upon a time I did know but it has been a while since I had any interest.
    Due to getting tired of trying to maintaine a chamber, I...
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    More than 100 L. williamsii and their respective...

    More than 100 L. williamsii and their respective variants aare destroyed everyday due to encroachment and general destruction of land. Our govt. would rather chalk another to the Endangered species...
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    #5 is T. peruvianus. BTW, that Hybiscus also...

    #5 is T. peruvianus. BTW, that Hybiscus also comes in double form as well.

    Joe
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    Actually, R. crispata, R. pachyptera, and R....

    Actually, R. crispata, R. pachyptera, and R. oblonga are almost identical except for flower. It is one of those 3, I said pachyptera because it is the most commonly found in general garden stores.
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    Rhipsalis pachyptera

    Rhipsalis pachyptera
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    It is most deffinately a Hatiora/Rhipsalidopsis...

    It is most deffinately a Hatiora/Rhipsalidopsis hybrid usually consisting of H. gaertneri X H. rosea A little difficult at times, but highly commercialized and very available.

    Bright indirect...
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    ther is a purple variety too now. You gotta pay...

    ther is a purple variety too now. You gotta pay attention to which you are growing though as the name refers to more than one species or Genus. Selenicereus grandiflorus, Selen. megalanthus,...
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    I would set the pot in an inch or so of water and...

    I would set the pot in an inch or so of water and leave it for 15-20 minutes then take it out and let it totally dry out before doing it again. They like to be drier than normal.

    joe
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    Like previously mentioned, the main enemy is rot....

    Like previously mentioned, the main enemy is rot. These in particular are very prone to rot considering their fuzzy, succulent body....
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    It can flower all the same as usual and the...

    It can flower all the same as usual and the flowers ought to be normal. The cresting won't leave but occasionally the new shoots will revert. If this occurs, you can just cut out the normal growth...
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    It's about 3 years from cutting to fruiting plant...

    It's about 3 years from cutting to fruiting plant and each year the flowering and fruiting gets better. (assuming that each year is a normal healthy growing year)
    Beautiful blooms to enjoy

    Joe
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