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An Acid Trip for your Plants – Lee Brownson

Basic information about cacti and other succulents– Leo Martin

Drip Irrigation – Leo Martin

Enlarge your collection– Leo Martin

Fall Plant Care – Leo Martin

Fertilizing – Marina Welham

Cactus Surgery – Deborah Korobkin

Helpful Hints – Paul Schueneman

How to Treat a New Plant – Leo Martin

Growing Huernia and Stapeliads – Leo Martin

Growing Primer– Deborah Korobkin

No Greenhouse, No Lath House – Martha Passwater

Shade for Cactus – Tom Gatz

Soils and Pots – Leo Martin

Summer Watering – Tom Gatz

Transplanting Saguaros – Jim Elliott

Turn of the Seasons – Leo Martin

Waiting to Exhale – Tom Gatz

Watering and fertilizing Hints – Lee Tolleson

Watering Cactus -Lewis Steichman

Winter in the Valley of the Sun – Leo Martin

Winter-Growing Mesembs Through the Year – Leo Martin

Wintering Plants – Leo Martin

Winter Protection – Leo Martin

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Adenium: On the Dry Side – Tim Chapman

Agave: Bud Marking and Cross Banding – Jim Elliott

Agave Kichi Jokan: An Unsolved Mystery – Tom Gatz

Agave Relatives – Tristan Davis

Agaves: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – Tom Gatz

Aloe – Leo Martin

Aloes: Cold Tolerant – Arid Lands

Aloes: CACSS Favorites

Aloinopsis – Leo Martin

Ariocarpus – Leo Martin

Beaucarnea recurvata, the ponytail palm – Leo Martin

Borzicactus and Cleistocactus – Leo Martin

Chollas: Teddy Bear and Chain Fruit– John Alcock

Conophytum – Leo Martin

Cucurbits (Succulent) – Leo Martin

Echinocereus engelmannii – Leo Martin

Echinopsis: Easter Lily Cactus – Leo Martin

Euphorbia – Scott McMahon

Euphorbia: Cold Hardy – Tom Gatz

Euphorbia obesa in the Phoenix Area – Laurence Garvie

Fouquieria – Leo Martin

Frailea: A Cactus Genus for the Space Impaired  – Stan and Joan Skirvin

Gymnocactus – Leo Martin

Gymnocalycium – Leo Martin

Holiday Cactus I – Leo Martin

Holiday Cactus II – Leo Martin

Hoodia – Leo Martin

Huernia and Stapelia – Leo Martin

Lithops – Leo Martin

Lithops in Phoenix – Doug Dawson

Mammillaria – Leo Martin

Mammillaria: Preventing Rot – Leo Martin

Mesembryanthemaceae – James A Robbins

Mesembryanthemum nodiflorum – Laurence Garvie

Mesembs – Leo Martin

Mesembs: Easy for Phoenix – Leo Martin

Mesembs: Growing Throughout the Year – Leo Martin

Miniature Desert Trees – Tom Gatz

Monvillea – Leo Martin

Notocactus and Allies – Leo Martin

Othonna – Leo Martin

Pachycereus weberi: The Monster that Ate Sun City – Jim Elliott

Pilosocereus – Leo Martin

Pterodiscus and Uncarina – Leo Martin

Sansevieria – Sue Hakala

Stapelia and Huernia – Leo Martin

Stapeliads – Leo Martin

Stapeliads: Six That Are Easy– Leo Martin

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Agave from Seed – Charlie Merbs

Cactus from Seed – Leo Martin

Joy of Propagating From Seed – Joan Skirvin

Plant Fall Seeds Now – Leo Martin

Rooting Epiphytic Cactus in Arizona – Leo Martin

Stocks for Grafting Cactus – Bob Moulis

Winter-Growing Succulents from Seed – Leo Martin

Winter Rainfall Bulbs from Seed – Leo Martin*

*updated handout from workshop by Leo Martin on September 28, 2013

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Agave Snout Weevils – Scott McMahon

Agave Snout Weevils – Tom Gatz

Aphids: Amazons of the Insect World – Sue Hakala

Birds – Leo Martin

Cactus Longhorn Beetles – Sue Hakala

Digger Bees – Sue Hakala

Ladybugs– Sue Hakala

Mealybugs – Sue Hakala

Mealybug War – Judy Johnson

Spider Mites – Sue Hakala

Stinkbugs – Sue Hakala

Frost Damage 2004 – Jim Elliott

Frost on Cactus – Kent Newland

Fungal Infections of Cacti – Lee Brownson

Rot Prevention on Mammillaria– Leo Martin

White Scale on Opuntia – Muriel Beroza