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Grafting of Cacti for faster Growth?

Discussion in 'Peyote & San Pedro' started by Revancheshepherd, Dec 14, 2006.

  1. Revancheshepherd

    Revancheshepherd Silver Member

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    Dec 11, 2006
    few sites claim faster growing cacti with the grafting method
    I would like to know if there are cacti out there that grow faster then the Peruvianus or San pedro cacti that can be used as the base for faster growing methods*with the pedro on top*
    swim researched that the san pedro cacti is already a very fast growing cacti but was still wondering if anyone has any information on this
    ps: does grafting a mescaline containing cactus with a non mescaline containing cactus cause the non containing cacti to produce this chemical?
    -thx again for the help!
  2. CrookedEye

    CrookedEye Palladium Member

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    Feb 23, 2006
    from U.S.A.
    Pereskiopsis is often used as a grafting stock for other cacti, as it promotes quick growth of the scion. The cacti don't really transfer mescaline through each other, though.