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  1. Only a year late to answer this one, hopefully someone gets use from this. The plants I have been growing for almost ten years now and undoubtedly the most widespread clone that carries the name Bendigo were originally sourced from this plant  The clone is from a private garden not associated with the historical gardens of the same locale.
  2. Too all those waiting on me for anything, im sorry but have had sfa net access due to being with a "service" provider called dodo. Fuckin useless and in no way shape or form a provider of service as my experience goes. Ill get to the all of you soon and the seeds will start floating around in the post soon :)
  3. Slowest growing lil bastids there is. I have only the one asseli with four heads, bout 3cms tall and seed was put down 2002 or 2003. tiny. I would trade but its one plant i dont tink i could ever cut into due to the ridiculously slow speed of growth. I have no idea why lophs command greater prices because peles are much better looking plants and far harder in all respects from seed to grafting imo.
  4. Dont cut into it, leave it alone. If its into the core and its a small plant then turf it. If its a big plant then then let it dry out and lay off the ferts. Bridgies get spots all the time and generally heal up as soon as you stop worrying about them
  5. I dare to say that if the hybrid of the two were a hardier plant then obviously it would be much more abundant than it is. I have only ever seen the one and have looked specifically for them though im sure if i went futher more could be found. I was with a botanist at the time that takes an interest in acacia so im sure we werent mistaken as to the ID of the individual plant we found. Pictures in gallery somewhere here. As for the alk profile of alpina, its something i have never put to the test yet considered many times, as like you, im curious to know as iam about many of the acacia family. Good question mimz and hopefully someone here can give some insight. On the subject of acacia cuttings, i heard from a grower that using a weak solution of rooting hormone as a spray on hardwood cuttings was very effective though the sp is difficult to prop in any fashion and for a lazy SOB such as myself i leave the project to more dedicated folk.
  6. Forgive me for not reading the above first but id thought id just throw in my 2c. I graft buttons @ 15 to 25mm and always try to use pre rooted etoliated tips to do so. Pc pach obviously being the most commonly used but for rapid growth, i use psycho0 tips though splitting of the scion can be an issue at times due to the speed of growth
  7. I got a few plants that showed closer to standard psycho0 traits with this cross, the one stilly showed is the closest i got to a 50/50 cross and is still going strong with spach like basal pupping. I got a few others that look similar to the plant from the first pics in this thread. One on my favourites.
  8. Send me your addy the pair of ya! Please make sure you got a good grasp on acacia prop, Im sure you got the know Sally.
  9. sorry its such a small pic, its been awhile! Apparently ABC strain, ended up being male and my mate did nothing with it, no X breeding despite my efforts to persuade him, Was a small plant and never grew the typical serrated leaf, looked more like basil than cannabis.
  10. Happy birthday Ballzy
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  12. Looks good man. Im glad you just got the flower and not the whole pic you first showed which looks like a tracing of a cereus in flower haha. Who in their right mind get a dirty cereus flower Just shittn ya man Is there gon be any fill at all, light wash? Light coloured skin is the best for white so you picked a good spot if thats ya thigh, best practice spot ;) Look like blood lines on some of the petals so i assume it may have a light wash thru it? Id fill some white, will push in and shade well on that spot, will come out really nice. Shading with black and making highlights vivid give heaps of depth to pics ya just gotta know where to stop especially with the black. Is that on ya thigh or calf? hard to tell sometimes wit pics
  13. Lookn forward to seeing this plant myco! Zelly, as always, you sir are nothing more than a whore.
  14. Spined your peruvi is vari for sure, nice plant! Slice the yellowing on your lil baby ime is usually caused by sucking insects and will, as alrady stated, generally have slight indentations where the yellowing is. Youll know vari when ya see it
  15. Sure thing Stily, im pretty sure that most of the pics have the names with them. If you cant find any that you need gimme a yell and ill find some for ya. That goes for any info on clones too mate, more than happy to give you the info ya need. Ive seen some strange stories online associated with the nameing of aussie clones lol.