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Glaukus

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    Flat earth debate

    I applaud his commitment to the cause. But clearly this was a plot by the rounders to sabotage his rocket...
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    Giant pumpkin contest!!

    Sounds like a plan, let's agree on something to grow and kick off October long weekend! Now we just need some trans Tasman rivalry, @bogfrog gather your dark armies!
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    Giant pumpkin contest!!

    Stillman is around, but doesn't frequent this place much.
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    Giant pumpkin contest!!

    I don't fancy my chances much against the likes of Stillman or Dubya Bee, but I think I'd be in the running for the minor honours. Should we start planning for this spring?
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    Giant pumpkin contest!!

    I think we need to have another pumpkin contest!
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    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Not until April generally around here, they can go through to August in a good year though. Your season in NZ might start earlier?
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    Post a random picture thread

    I like the old walk in village down at North Era, just south of Garie. Have you been down there?
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    Post a random picture thread

    Dobroyd head or hawkesbury?
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    Trichs now not allowed on eBay?

    I suspect once you've been denied they probably scrutinize your listings...
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    Trichs now not allowed on eBay?

    Calling @zed240 who seems to still be selling trichos on eBay. Maybe he can assist.
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    Tricho ID - Old school pedro

    Yup, Yowie, not OSP.
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    Native Acacia of the Far South Coast

    The flowers look good for obtuse, and some of the pics show phyllodes that have the crusty margin. Certainly very late for obtusifolia to be flowering but local conditions and adaptation can come into play.
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    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    All the best Spok, tapering off is a slow process if you wish to avoid some nasty side effects. SSRIs can be life saving, but what is life like on them when you are stuck taking them permanently? Pretty dull in my experience.
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    Two Id’s

    Nice pach.
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    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    A frost free refrigerator works well for drying heat sensitive things...lay on a wire rack or paper towel, leave them for a few days. They will get cracker dry without any heat at all...
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    Trichs now not allowed on eBay?

    Structurally similar to amphetamines so must be bad right.
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    Found in cow poo

    Panaeolus cyanescens
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    Trichs now not allowed on eBay?

    I never understood why catha is so frowned upon, I get more of a buzz from a cup of coffee.
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    The good vibes generator

    If anyone deserves some good vibes, it's you dubya bee. I went out riding in the bush in the cyclonic rain this morning, came home muddy, soaked and with the biggest smile I've had in ages. I'll throw some of that energy your way mate.
  20. Hypothetically, I would suggest, if one was to bother getting them to that stage, then one may as well let them finish to pod stage.
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    Cacti issues (heat?)

    Sunburn. It's funny how some plants are susceptible to this and other aren't. I generally notice the more glaucous and blue plants fare batter than their greener neighbours.
  22. Fish emulsion is great stuff
  23. Seasol is good, I'd probably advise a more organic nutrient than powerfeed, but that's just me, there's nothing wrong with it per se.
  24. My vines get this sort of look during winter from cold dry wind. But it's summer so clearly not the same issue. If your vine is in a pot, how long has it been in there since last repotting? They do much better when in the ground, but that may not be an option for you. They like a lot of root space and lots of water. Have you been feeding it? Caapi are voracious feeders, they'll eat it up in summer. Without more knowledge of the conditions it's growing in, most of us would only be guessing as to what the issue is a d what to do about it.
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