Need help with ID and soil mix

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raporeyiz
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Need help with ID and soil mix

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Nobody know ?
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Hard to be sure at that age, but probably Echinopsis peruviana (syn Trichocereus peruvianus). It's something in the Trichocereus group, at least - many of those in cultivation are random hybrids. They're not very fussy about soil - it should be slightly acidic to neutral, and well-drained.
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Re: Need help with ID and soil mix

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greenknight wrote: Wed Jun 29, 2022 6:37 am Hard to be sure at that age, but probably Echinopsis peruviana (syn Trichocereus peruvianus). It's something in the Trichocereus group, at least - many of those in cultivation are random hybrids. They're not very fussy about soil - it should be slightly acidic to neutral, and well-drained.
Very very thank you for information :)
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