Growing Pitaya from Seeds

It is not hard to grow pitaya from seed, and growing pitaya from seeds gives you a quick supply of as many pitaya cactus seedlings as you care to grow because the pitaya growing needs of pitaya seeds and pitaya seedlings are very simple and care is easy during the sowing and sprouting process to get to your first pitaya seedlings.


Growing Pitaya from Seeds | 'Planting' Pitaya Seeds

Growing Pitaya from Seeds | 'Planting' pitaya seeds to grow the first pitaya seedlings & Selecting 'soil' medium: To get started growing pitaya from seeds the first step is to choose a 'soil' medium which will meet the pitaya growing needs for the pitaya…

Growing Pitaya from Seeds | Soil Medium Preparation

Your pitaya seeds need some nutrients to sprout to become healthy pitaya seedlings as well as water, as once the pitaya seeds have sprouted and begin to put down their first roots they will begin at once to rely upon nutrients outside of those in the…

Growing Pitaya from Seeds | Sowing the Pitaya Seeds

Now that you have prepared your base 'soil' medium for sprouting your pitaya seeds, you need to 'plant' them in the medium, get them some water and let them sprout to become the pitaya seedlings from which you will cull weak seedlings then of the…

Growing Pitaya from Seeds | Seed Planting and Covering

You can either sprinkle the pitaya seeds sparsely (a few mm apart is all you need), or you can individually place them. If you place them or sprinkle them, keep the pitaya seeds 2-4 mm apart and you will have plenty of space between them as long as you…

Growing Pitaya from Seeds | Sprouting

Finally, now that your pitaya seeds are all snug in their protective layer of perlite / tezontle with the nutrient rich soil mix underneath ready to supply the new pitaya seedlings with their first nutrients, you are ready to give them the green light to…

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