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  2. Hunter Gatherer

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    You wrote a book RC?
  3. Hi All! I've got another 9 beautiful Trichocereus Bridgesii "Jeans" tip cuttings for sale! These are all nice thick healthy tip cuttings. I only do this once per year, so this is your chance if you'd like to grab yourself a cutting or two! In the top photo below, you can see that each cutting has a number written on the bottom (from left to right, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.). Use these numbers to identify which cutting/s you would like when you PM me: This variety grows prolifically with many branches / shoots, a beautiful blueish color and nice long golden spines that become more brown as they mature. Here's an example of one of my older plants (incidentally, I have a couple of older plants like this that I want to sell whole - if you're in Adelaide, Australia, and if you're interested in coming to dig one up and collect one, send me a PM!):  See here for an Erowid report about this variety: https://www.erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=89217  The cuttings range from 35cm to 60cm. All cuttings are $1.00 per cm + postage cost. I take great pride in the way I package my cuttings, and you can be assured that these will arive in good condition to you and with the spines intact. I use Australia Post mailing tubes to make sure they arrive in excellent condition. If you're interested, send me a PM and let me know which cutting/s you want (you can see the numbers in the pictures), and also let me know your post code. That allows me to calculate the total cost + postage for you. Preferred payment method is PayPal, but I can also do bank transfer. I'll update this thread as the cuttings are sold: #1 - 35cm: Available #2 - 39cm: Available #3 - 40cm: Available #4 - 42cm: Available #5 - 42cm: Available #6 - 42cm: Available #7 - 42cm: Available #8 - 60cm: Available #9 - 58cm: Available Cheers, Jeans
  4. Pedro99

    HB01 70cm cactus

    Anyone interested in a trade for this?
  5. Yesterday
  6. Moogy

    In-situ Lophophora conservation

    Have you seen Hamilton Morris's YT video on his Loph hunt? Well worth it for the Loph buffs.
  7. Humboldt

    "Longifolia group" and DMT

    Pm me some details then fella.
  8. Moogy

    "Longifolia group" and DMT

    For sure Humboldt, that'd be great!
  9. Moogy

    "Longifolia group" and DMT

    Hey Cubism thanks for the info, much appreciated. Good points, I'll probably end up with a few, or a lot ;), of varieties. Will look at acuminata in detail for sure.
  10. Humboldt

    "Longifolia group" and DMT

    Can swing you some seeds if your in need Moogy.
  11. Yeti101

    Meet up: Melbourne

    I should be able to make it - should be a few ppl coming along. Usual location?
  12. Cubism

    "Longifolia group" and DMT

    Hey Moogy. There's plenty of people with better knowledge than me but if you're in WA why not go with a local one like A. acuminata. Native to the conditions you have and lots of positives - nice looking tree, easy to grow from seed, nice smelling wood, great wood for crafty stuff, host plant for Sandalwood like Gimli's plantations, I think Gimli also mentioned using it for smoking meat, and then whatever else you might be interested in. Even goes well in places a bit cooler like the south west.
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  14. Moogy

    "Longifolia group" and DMT

    I'll be planting some acacia next year (I've got plenty of space), so am looking into suitable types, any recommendations or suggestions would be welcome. WA location, hot dry summer, sandy soil - basically in banksia, Blackbutt, parrot Bush etc country. Confusingly the Blackbutt is apparently E. todtiana, but I've found several different trees across the country named todtiana!
  15. mr b.caapi

    San pedro seeds

    Aw jeez. Showing my age here but Spread out over the last 20 years . The most recent being last month . Nothing naughty , Just various cacti and herb seeds. There was only ever 1 that got destroyed and I think that was cause it had gone mouldy ( fresh cacao seeds)
  16. Moogy

    San pedro seeds

    Not aynor, but I'll remember the name. Lol
  17. Moogy

    San pedro seeds

    San pedro seeds? Or others less frowned on? How long ago?
  18. Wile E. Peyote

    San pedro seeds

    'Hamon Grande'
  19. Glaukus

    San pedro seeds

    You should familiarise yourself (and if necessary your vendor) with the new labelling requirements for seeds. Especially if you're dropping a wad on a lot of rare seeds. Nothing worse than getting "that" letter from customs advising you that your seeds were destroyed just because the labelling wasn't compliant. This requirement changed last year so caveat emptor.
  20. Glaukus

    San pedro seeds

    Good track record...so they're not from Aynor then lol!
  21. Moogy

    San pedro seeds

    These have been blessed, but the guy has a good reputation and track record so let's see.
  22. I know grafting of acacias isn't that easy but reading up a bit there are some examples of it working, has anyone ever successfully grafted a a.phlebophylla to a a.longifolia rootstock? I don't know heaps about grafting but if that worked wouldn't it cause the phlebophylla to grow bigger,faster and also get around the the fungal? requirements phlebophylla has with it's roots for nitrogen?
  23. Wile E. Peyote

    Aquatic cactus/pere alternative

    I've been having a lot of success with pere grafts in lo-tek deep water culture. Is there any other grafting stock that can handle rooting in a liquid medium? Ideally something without glochids, so I'm allowed to have grafts on the windowsill again
  24. Wile E. Peyote

    Australian Olive Vendors

    Interested in good olives sold online or south east QLD. Any suggestions?
  25. mr b.caapi

    San pedro seeds

    Ive ordered plenty of seeds from Peru and other nearby countries . I’ve never had an issue with quarantine. As long as they’re not on the banned list .
  26. fyzygy

    San pedro seeds

    There's an official list of plant species excluded from entry to Australia (or maybe it's a whitelist, rather than a blacklist, it's been a while since I've bothered to consult it). I dare say that Trichocereus remains a valid import. Customs and quarantine regulations require the name of the species to be included on the external packaging, but I have had Trichocerus seeds (Peruvian landrace genetics) reach me from overseas in a plain envelope. All seed is subject to natural variability, especially if it's the result of open pollination. My experience has taught me to be wary of spurious claims such as "blessed by a Peruvian shaman" etc.
  27. Moogy

    San pedro seeds

    Hi guys, Does anyone have knowledge or thoughts about buying seeds from Peru? Do they get thru? Is it legal? Is there a penalty? Thanks
  28. etherealdrifter

    VW4Life

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