Growing Pitaya Seedlings to Pitaya Cactus Plants

Now that your pitaya seeds have sprouted to form the first pitaya cactus seedlings, you need to rear the pitaya seedlings to get them to grow large enough that you can then transplant them to individual containers (or depending upon your location and other factors, transplant the pitaya seedlings directly to their final growing spots).

Growing Pitaya Seedlings | Nurture of Pitaya Seedlings

Once your first pitaya seeds have started to sprout to make the first pitaya seedlings, keep an eye on the tray until most if not all of the pitaya seeds have sprouted. You don't want to move the tray too early (don't move the tray when the very first…

Growing Pitaya Seedlings |  Maturing Seedlings

Wait until Pitaya Seedlings are a few inches in size: Keep your pitaya seedlings  tray in the limited direct sunlight exposure and gently moist until the pitaya seedlings are a couple inches tall / long. You want the pitaya seedlings to be large enough…

Growing Pitaya Seedlings | Culling the Pitaya Seedlings

Culling the Pitaya Seedlings: This step in growing pitaya from seed is vital. Up until this time the amount of time and energy spent on your part for growing any of the pitaya seedlings individually is next to nothing. From this point on you will be…

Growing Pitaya Seedlings | Repotting

Now that you have finished culling the pitaya seedlings and you have only the best in hand, you want to pot the individual pitaya seedlings in their own individual pots. You can use the same soil mixture you used as the base soil mix for sprouting the…

Growing Pitaya Seedlings - direct planting

While it is best when growing pitaya from seed to grow the pitaya seedlings, repot the small pitaya seedlings and let them grow individually to small pitaya cactus plants, and then plant at the final location of the pitaya cactus plant, you can try to…

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