What can you do with a berry that has disappeared from the hymnocalycium? Thank you in advance.

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Dandelion
Dandelion
Answered 15 December 2014 23:07
Well, there is definitely not recommended! :) Therefore, leave it to dry to turn yellow, dry and dry. When the pulp is gone, remove the seeds and grow a new plant! :) This is one of the most fastidious plant species. It is best to sow in the third decade of February. To have more shoots before planting the seeds need to soak. For excellent seed growth can be divided into three conditions: - 100% air humidity; - Airing 1 time per day; - The lighting should be bright and diffused; - Temperature 23-25 ​​degrees.

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