Cactus - Knowledgebase Question

Nine Mile Falls, Wa
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Question by drkyhlprime2
January 4, 2011
I have a cactus plant that has grown a shoot about 6 feet tall, how do I re-plant it

Answer from NGA
January 4, 2011
Most cactus will develop roots if you simply plant it in the soil. Break off the growth, allow it to callous over for a day or two, then plant it in well draining, sandy soil or specialized cactus mix. It should develop roots at the callous. Good luck with your project.

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