Today's inspection ended in plenty of washing, transplanting and bug-spraying. But nevertheless there was almost no damage that can't be fixed, and all in all the plants look much better than I expected. And how they've grown! I was expecting them all to be cucumber-shaped but found mostly the opposite which was a huge relief. My mom took good (appropriate) care of them.
Since the most of the older plants have a mealy bug problem I've decided to repot all of them in the next days and finally switch to square pots while I'm at it. Pictures and reports will be posted asap. ;)
To start on a positive note, I'd like to show you my youngest gracilidelineata seedlings (around 16 months old). You can see last year's picture here. The half of them survived and have grown nicely (up to 1,4 cm in diameter). I'm so glad they've made it!