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Old 06-03-2010, 05:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'm looking for Dragon Fruit plant cuttings. I have Orinoco or vegetable seed.

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Old 06-03-2010, 01:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Does anybody have expirience germinating Dragon fruits from the seeds?
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Does anybody have expirience germinating Dragon fruits from the seeds?
It's relatively easy. You then wait 3-4 years until it fruits to determine if the fruit is any good. They do not sprout true to type.
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Thanks, can they be grafted later or something?
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They do not sprout true to type.
Like citruses and fruit trees?
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I suppose you could graft them but its kind of pointless because they root easily. Keep in mind it is a cactus.
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I have some dragon fruit cuttings that I can send you.
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Yes, even to Croatia, It all depends on the import regulations of Croatia and what they require. I grow clivia and have received clivia from South Africa, china and Japan.
Do you need an Import permit or a phytosanitary report? Some countries require both, some only an import permit and some countries do not require anything.
Th only thing which really costs me to send plants is a phytosanitary report if needed and postage.
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