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Hadi90
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I'm Hadi from Iran
Newly found here but very interested to learn more
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Hi Hadi,

Welcome! What do you grow?
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Thanks bro,
I'm working on titanota
Of course, I don't know exactly your definition of that titanota or oteroi 😅
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Bro! Never been called that before...

Perhaps it’s an old Iranian greeting.
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Hadi90 wrote: Sun May 19, 2024 2:46 am I'm Hadi from Iran
Newly found here but very interested to learn more
Hi Hadi. Titanota's seem to be a popular agave. I recently bought a A. Colorata at our spring show for the Cactus and Succulent Society of New Mexico. I also bought a mature A. Pelona.
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Hi Hadi,
Welcome to the forum. I know few nurseries in Iran have done quite some work on developing new cultivars of A. oteroi and A. titanota, specially oteroi. Please do share photos of your collection and any information you have regarding new oteroi & titanota cultivars.
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This is one of the first Iranian agaves that gained popularity in East Asia
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I'm a collector and also I'm breeding titanota
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An other titanota
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Very nice agaves but both of them look like oteroi to me, not titanota. I would suggest you go through the threads explaining the difference in titanota and oteroi which are two different species. There is lot of material on this subject on this forum. Happy reading......

BTW, these agaves of yours are beautiful. Thanks for sharing these wonderful pics. What are their cultivar names / ids?

I would suggest you open a thread in Agavaceae Talk section and post pics of your wonderful agaves there, giving their ids. Thanks
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