Transplanting Cactus?

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Transplanting cactus plants should be done in the Spring. To transplant a small cactus, shake most of the dirt from its original site, then move it to a slightly larger wide and shallow pot. Feed it alkaline plant food and give it plenty of sunlight.
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1. Place sterile container onto a work surface. The used pot or container will need to be cleaned thoroughly with a solution of bleach and water. Wipe out a new pot with the same
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Carefully. If you need to handle it out of its pot fold a sheet of newspaper up and use it wrapped round the plant to let you handle it.
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Keith, I am sorry for the delay in answering you, have had some computer issues that are now resolved. Find a pot that is about twice as large as the one it is in. Use a "cactus
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Put a layer of succlant potting mix in the bottom of the new pot. Loosen the soil in the old pot. Get 2 sticks, and a friend. Lift the cactus using the 2 stick as clamp (not too tight
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