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  2. Humboldt

    Free Trade Thread 2019

    Where are things at with this thread? Been a while, should we start again for 2020?
  3. Today
  4. Pedro99

    phyllodium pulchellum seeds :)

    Sweet! Will leave them be and order some more. Such a mysterious plant.. They take quite a while to germ right?
  5. Flux

    Dr Bruce Damer in Sydney

  6. Hey guys, just wondering if anyone would be willing to sell me a few seeds or sell me a small seedling of the touch sensitive plant Mimosa Pudica. I'm in WA but posting a small plant via express mail is no problem. Cheers!
  7. Glaukus

    Narrow leaf Catha edulis

    I'll post you some narrow seeds.
  8. Tripyamine

    Narrow leaf Catha edulis

    Hi peeps Looking for some Catha edulis var narrow leaf Keen on seeds or plants Happy to trade or buy peas
  9. Yesterday
  10. ENtiTY

    phyllodium pulchellum seeds :)

    Hey Pedro! Hard to say mate. If it were only a couple of days since sowing I'd say dig'em up and scratch'em up but since it has been a few weeks they may be germinating and disturbing them will vastly reduce survival. My fingers are crossed for ya mate. Maybe grab some more seed while their available just in case
  11. Halcyon Daze

    seed sale gone wrong

    Any links to the fb discussions? I'd like to know more about this.
  12. Halcyon Daze

    Post your track of the day

  13. Pedro99

    phyllodium pulchellum seeds :)

    Thanks for the info Entity.. I sowed a bunch of these a few weeks back but didn't scratch em up. Do you think I'll still get a few to pop?
  14. Wile E. Peyote

    What did you do to your cacti today?

    I was at the beach for the long weekend and arrived home today to find a bunch of grafts I did on Friday carked it in the heat. On the upside, the weather really brought out some nice marks on a few older plants!
  15. Acacia

    PGR experiments

    I don't have a control to compare this to, but here's the pumpkin I fed PGRs.
  16. ENtiTY

    phyllodium pulchellum seeds :)

    Hi peeps! Great to see some interest in this plant! I distributed some seed of this plant back in 2008 and 2010. Included some germination tips in the OP for those interested. http://www.shaman-australis.com/forum/index.php?/topic/17008-introducing-a-new-friend/ First thing I suggest is a short (5 min or so) 3% h2o2 bath to kill any pathogens or mold that may have hitch hiked on the pods or seeds, followed by a good wash to flush the peroxide. Scarification with sand paper is usually enough to ensure germination, although a hot water soak can help swell the beans and give visual confirmation the seeds are ready to go. The hot water soak is not absolutely necessary though as long as the seed coat is scratched up goodly. Seedlings are particularly fond of humidity and warmth. As they get older they become more tolerant to the ambient environment. I'm in S.E QLD and have had to use a humidity dome to keep seedlings from wilting. The healthiest seedlings I have grown this year were using the take away tek, in the same conditions I used to germinate lophs and tricho's. Never had this problem back in 2008 and 2010 but the ambient humidity is much lower now due to the drought I guess. Neway, hope some of this rambling is useful to peeps.
  17. thegreatartist

    Complete List of Trichocereus Clones

    Well, KK339 is a clone that's been propagated from cuttings of one unique individual trichocereus pachanoi in horticulture. KK338 has not to my knowledge been distributed as cutting material very widely and Karel Knižes' collection numbers often refers to different plants in a specific area and not material from one geneticaly identical clone. I've seen so many different seedgrown types of KK338, KK339 and KK242. In europe most of the KK242 are a type of very glaucous T. Cuzcoensis. A very good idea to put together a list. Here are some clones circulating europe, thought they might be available in Aus too? Trichocereus Pachanoi/Bridgesii "super silver blue form" a very glaucus thin pach/bridge cross sold as cuttings. Trichocereus Bridgesii "Hotel" Not very much info on this. Trichocereus Pachanoi "Kimnach" Trichocereus Pachanoi "Lima Flower Market" Collected by MT, maybe the same material as Ogun?
  18. Dozer

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    I didn't get a chance. I got called into work.
  19. rottenjonny

    Cactus heat stress

    Ah ok l stop panicking then. Yeah one party of it did snap but the rest is just having a lay down.
  20. Swampdonkey

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    How did you go? Was there anything worth while flushing yet?
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  22. Acacia

    Sinichuichi drooping like f

    Hey guys, don't wanna randomly bump an old thread but I thought I'd just update that this plant has come back into good health. Moving it into the shade and feeding it seasol worked a treat. It was greening again within a fortnight.
  23. Acacia

    PGR experiments

    So my cacti seem to really love these PGRs. I feel kinda stupid feeding them pactobutrazol because I know it's toxic and I will inevitably eat them. But seriously they have grown 10 % in their size in 2 days since feeding. I fed this mix to a garden bed with what I think is pumpkin in it and the thing has become monstrous. It's climbed over a bush, over a pond and into an adjacent garden bed - where it is producing poor quality pumpkins. It's got mold on the leafs at the base. This isn't anything to do with PGRs though, these plants are prone to rot. I'll post some pics tomorrow. I didn't keep any controls when I started this experiment sadly. But I do have some near identical seedlings of the same t. pachanoi genetic that I can separate and experiment on. I'll start feeding one of them the PGR mix tomorrow and we can compare the growth. Stay tuned.
  24. Dozer

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    I'm heading out early morning. Will send you photos. Been okay yesterday.
  25. Average Joe

    Removing pups from horizontal logs

    My only advice would be to not cut them off too early. Be patient, let them grow. If your log can support more growth it will certainly start to send multiple new pups. Don’t be too eager to take the youngin from the mother
  26. Gimli

    Looking for straight razors

    Bump. Always looking for new additions. That they do. I've got an E.M. Dickinson 'Invicta King' from the 1920s doing all my seedling and pere grafting work. Absolute workhorse
  27. etherealdrifter

    Meet up: Melbourne

    with less numbers peeps could theoretically get bummed , alternatively - a really good meet is sometimes subjective plus it's nice to focus in and have a proper chat
  28. etherealdrifter

    Any Bible scholars around?

    after a while of looking at the same thing.... your mind starts to play tricks with you @[email protected] i read this thread title as " are there any edible scholars around"
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