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Columner Roots in Transplanting

Posted by rsf7 SoCal (My Page) on
Sat, May 1, 10 at 15:36

I transplanted my Columner Cacti about 3 weeks ago now.
How do I tell if they have any roots yet?

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RE: Columner Roots in Transplanting

How do you delete your posts'?

RE: Columner Roots in Transplanting

One doesn't delete posts here - why would you want to?

The only way I know is to abandon a post at the Preview stage, before Submitting it.

The BEST & SUREST sign that a plant has rooted is the appearance of new growth.

FYI: this is the Picture Gallery, not the Discussion side. For questions & answers you should pls. go to Discussions, not Pic Gallery.

RE: Columner Roots in Transplanting

Well excuse me ms. pirate. I did post a pic of my columner cacti.....

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