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About squidgygoanna

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  • Birthday 12/02/1989

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    Vic, Australia
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    Ethnobotany, Mycology, Ancient History, Science

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  1. I did some research on this myself a few years ago but wasn't able to find a lot.. I did find this paper from 2012, but it's pay-walled and I couldn't find a free version https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257453845_The_Younger_Dryas_Relevant_in_the_Australian_region We may not have been directly impacted, but secondary effects (climate change, sea level rise, etc) would have almost certainly affected us IMO
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    Hawz Tetrapterys methystica thread

    Nice work, this one is high on my wish list. What kind of soil mix are you using?
  3. Damn that's a nice looking cactus
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    I need a teacher.

    Go for it mate, always happy to help
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    White patches on cacti?

    Anyone know what causes this? has appeared on three separate cacti. I have been watering more frequently, wondering if that's the cause
  6. Interesting stuff. Surprised that this research hasn't already been done based on Sage's long history of use. Off topic but is there a place where one can get updates on these kind of new Ethnobotanical studies? Online ethnobotany journals or something?
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    I need a teacher.

    As long as you read the steps carefully and follow them closely you'll be fine man. A single print will last a very long time and goes a long way. It contains billions of spores and it only requires two for successful germination. No need to use an entire print for a single grow. Feel free to PM me with any questions!
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    I need a teacher.

    Experience is the best teacher. I'd suggest browsing the Shroomery and finding a simple tek (I always suggest Franks 12 step tek for beginners) The best way to learn is to just jump in and have a go, if you follow the steps outlined in the tek you can't really go wrong. This will help you learn the basics of mushroom cultivation that can be applied to growing just about any species. I'd be more than happy to answer any questions you have along the way (I run a small business growing and selling gourmet and medicinal mushrooms)
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    New Free Trade Thread?

    I loved the free trade thread, would love to see it come back. A high end trade thread would be sweet too. Is it possible for the creator of a thread to be given mod rights to straight up delete off topic or irrelevant posts? and banning those that don't comply sounds like a good move
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    New Free Trade Thread?

    Noticed that the previous Free Trade thread has been locked. Is it gone for good?
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    Acacia Courtii & Acuminata seedlings

    Looking for an acacia courtii and Acuminata seedling, PM if able to help!
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    Acacia giveaway #1

    Also keen, PM'd
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    Rhodiola Rosea plant/cutting

    I had great results when I tried it, very noticeable effects, easily distinguishable from placebo which is very rare for me Thanks for the link WB! looks like an interesting read
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    Rhodiola Rosea plant/cutting

    Anyone grow this plant?
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