How to take seeds from - Rebutia albipilosa

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zozo
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How to take seeds from - Rebutia albipilosa

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Hi everyone ,
I am not expert and I need some help
How I can take seed from my Rebutia albipilosa (hope this is the case)

This is my plant

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After time I am getting this :
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Like to know what to do from here ?

Thanks in advance
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Shane
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Re: How to take seeds from - Rebutia albipilosa

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I'd use tweezers to pull the fruits off maybe. They don't look quite ripe to me yet though I don't know too much about Rebutia. They should come off with little effort if they're ready
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Re: How to take seeds from - Rebutia albipilosa

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I used tweezers and pull a darker one that fall easy
Now the seeds that fall from the pod Dries
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Looks like you're getting a good harvest
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Zone 10b (yearly minimum temperature 1-5° C)

Fishhook cacti are like cats, they only like to be petted in one direction
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Re: How to take seeds from - Rebutia albipilosa

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Shane wrote: Sat Jan 25, 2020 9:31 am Looks like you're getting a good harvest
Thanks , it's just the first I will have some more , but really I wanted to know how :P
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