SURVIVAL GRAFTS.

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The grafts as a means of reproduction of endangered species by the hand of man for their desire for money, has plundered the deserts, estuaries, savannas, jungles and mountains of America in search of such precious species Cactus and plants of all kinds if measuring In this case, I share with you how through grafts I have been able to save children who by accident have fallen from their mothers prematurely or others due to transplant accidents, change of substrate, vermin or rot as a way of giving a chance to the life of a living being of such exotic beauty and strong energy that you feel when you are surrounded by Cactus, that's why they are my favorite plants.

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Gymnocalycium mesopotamicum Graft foot Stenocereus griseus sp.

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Gymnocalycium mesopotamicum Graft foot Echinopsis calochlora Schum sp.

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Gymnocalycium mesopotamicum Graft foot Hylocereus sp.

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Opuntia monacantha monstruosa Variegata Graft foot Opuntia monacantha monstruosa.

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Opuntia monacantha monstruosa Variegata Graft foot Opuntia monacantha monstruosa.

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Opuntia monacantha monstruosa Variegata Graft foot Opuntia monacantha monstruosa.

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Mammillaria swinglei Graft foot Opuntia sp.

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I'm not sure the species of this cactus Graft foot Hylocereus sp.

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Micro-graft Melocactus curvispinus Graft foot Opuntia monacantha monstruosa.

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Opuntia monacantha monstruosa Variegata Graft foot Opuntia monacantha monstruosa.

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Micro-graft Gymnocalycium mesopotamicum Graft foot Opuntia monacantha monstruosa.

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Micro-graft Gymnocalycium mesopotamicum Graft foot Opuntia monacantha monstruosa.

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Gymnocalycium mesopotamicum Very prolific and releases the children prematurely as shown in the photo, in order to save them, micro-grafting is necessary since it is difficult to take root in that age state, only the oldest manage to survive when taking root.

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Echinopsis eyriessii Graft foot Hylocereus sp.

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Echinopsis oxygona Graft foot Hylocereus sp.

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Mammilliaria gracilis Graft foot Hylocereus sp.

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Mammilliaria elongata Graft foot Pilosocereus.

Giving life to any living being by any means or pressure and the universe rewards you with health, energy and universal love.

© Carlos Adolfo Chacón Rosales.

The Photos and Texts in this publication are made by me.

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