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Spineless cactus

Discussion in 'Tortoise Product Reviews' started by JoeyCamz, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. JoeyCamz

    JoeyCamz New Member

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    does anyone on here sell opuntia spp. spineless nopal cactus or know of where I can pick some up?
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    I got mine on ebay
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    You want to pick some up to just cut up and feed, or pick some up to grow.?

    • Most of our International or Mexican markets sell opuntia cactus pads for human consumption. We pick up a few pads every week or so for our Sully. See if there any markets in your area, you might be close!
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    I was thinking both, I would like to plant a clipping so I have extra for the summer but also some to feed this week or so.... just acquired my Sulcata two days ago from a store that obviously didn’t have him in the correct habitat (2+ years old and living in a tortoise table, not terrible pyramiding but still they were trying to sell for $850 I ended up paying but not remotely near asking price)
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    $850??? Sulcats that size are given away for free. Wishful thinking. Maybe delusional thinking...
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    Tom would be a billionare? By now!
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    Agreed. Sulcatas are very popular on Craigslist.
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    Glad I didn’t drop that much but also upset I paid anything to them should have came here first! Anyway back to the spineless cactus..... anyone from NY(NYC or Suffolk Long Island area)
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    I ordered a pad from etsy to propagate. This seller also offer a larger bunch for feeding out. Very affordable. The pad I received was twice the size of my hand.

    TexasPricklyPears

    'Old Mexico' Spineless Cactus Pad $7.99 with shipping.
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