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About P.Zappatecorum

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    cactus/succulent gardening, bonsai, mushroom hunting

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  1. P.Zappatecorum

    Introducing myself. Hi Fellow Cultivators

    Sup Homey, hope things are going well for you. Is that ario variegated? Beautiful.
  2. P.Zappatecorum

    Nelly Crosses FT

    Doh! I just sowed the rest of these. Sorry. Mods, this thread can be closed>
  3. P.Zappatecorum

    Boycott America

    As an American, all I can say is push for sanctions. Treat the US under Trump like the dysfunctional piece of shit it is, invest in your own military and divest any monetary interests you have in this country. Trump and the Republican party are a bunch of fanatics and we need to starve them and make sure that they fail so spectacularly that the ideology that spawned them is shoved back under the rock it crawled out of and the pendulum swings back toward sanity. Although I will say, if that damn Aussie Murdoch hadn't created such an efficient propaganda network for the lunatic right we wouldn't have gotten Trump in the first place.
  4. I'd like to reserve these if possible: Z060 scop (Zed's) X Super Pedro $3 Z054 Scop X (Juul's Giant X Scop) $3 Z047 Schick Pink X Ech. Spring Blush $3 Z023 "Roy" pachanoi X Super Pedro $3 Z064 Super Pedro X Hahn pach $3 Z059 Scop (Zed's) X Scop (Hulk) $5 Z052 Scop (Heynes) X Scop (Hillside) $5 PM sent about ordering, I just need your Paypal email.
  5. P.Zappatecorum

    Loph help!

    Yeah, there's several problems. The discoloration on the stock looks like it's failing around the juncture site. That's bad news as the rot will spread straight up into the scion. You need to cut immediately. The second bad news is the mites are out of control and you need to hit them with some neem/insecticidal soap, maybe even just spray it down with some isopropyl alcohol. I'm a bit concerned with the centers of all the heads and how much mite damage they have. You may have rot at the center of each of those. First thing's first, cut it off the stock right at the juncture and examine how bad the rot is going up into the scion. If you can hollow it out a tiny bit and remove all the bad tissue, then great. Dust it with sulphur and call it a day. More likely, the main head is toast and you'll have to remove each head, hoping that the rot has not spread all the way through and up into each meristem. If you have other plants, personally I might just cut out all the rot then dry the good flesh up for tripping. If you're doing surgery and want to salvage the plant, be aggressive in how much you remove and sterilize the blade with alcohol between cuts. If you can, always cut in good flesh so the blade doesn't touch any rot and there's a bit of space between the diseased area and the part you're keeping.
  6. P.Zappatecorum

    is this a trich?

    I vote for browningia. Keep looking.
  7. P.Zappatecorum

    Muscle relaxant plants

    Honestly high CBD weed is one of the best natural relaxant/pain relief plants out there. I have shoulder problems and it actually beats opium for my pain, though combining a bit of both is optimum. I think the CBDs probably have some anti-inflammatory properties in addition to the relaxation and pain relief. Make some strong edibles and chill. You can try some neck stretches and alternating hot and cold compresses (15 minutes each). Good luck and fast healing.
  8. P.Zappatecorum

    WTB Trachyandra, Albuca

    I'm looking for trachyandra tortilis and albuca namaquensis seeds. I'd also be interested in a pilea peperomioides cutting. I'm in the US. Anybody growing these plants and want to share the love?
  9. P.Zappatecorum

    Recommend me a cactus please

    Turbinicarpus lophophoroides flowers freely and copiously from spring through summer/early fall. Established specimens are easy to care for if you just keep them dry in the cold months and give them lots of sun in the growing season. Thelocactus are also pretty tough and have nice, huge flowers for their size. T. bicolor especially.
  10. P.Zappatecorum

    Nelly Crosses FT

    I saved 10-15 seeds of each variety from my last order of trichocereus hybrids. They're very fresh and I had great germination. I'm looking to trade them for some different tricho hybrids for some more variety. I'm in the US, so it'll most likely involve international shipping. I've got: Icaros x LumberJack Macrogonus x Lumberjack LumberJack x Pach Jessica (SS02xSS01) x Bridgesii Bertha Validus x Red Grandiflorus Peru James x Icaros Peru Clyde x Chalaensis Peru Bonny x Peru Clyde Peru2 x Bridgesii Bertha Huarazensis x Pach Jessica Bridgesii Bertha x Bridgesii Helen Bridgesii Helen x Bridgesii SS02 If you see anything you like let me know and tell me what crosses you have to trade.
  11. P.Zappatecorum

    Gibberelic acid (GA3) seed experimentations and discussion

    Yeah, that's the danger. I would only use it if seeds are very old and you are expecting them to be tough to germinate. With fresh seeds it's not worth risking them to get a tiny bit of extra germination. Larger, tough seeds like caapi it's good though, doesn't seem to effect the roots as much as they are much larger and tougher.
  12. P.Zappatecorum

    Best books for Cacti growing

    Forums like this and the Shroomery have been better than any books for me. Cactus-art.biz has a nice list of species by genus for becoming more knowledgable about the various genera. Otherwise, care is generally simple though dependent on your climate and very species specific, so most books are only good as a list of species with some nice pics of them. Cacti & Succulents for Cold Climates is a great one for people that get freezing winters, it lists how cold hardy different species are.
  13. P.Zappatecorum

    Gibberelic acid (GA3) seed experimentations and discussion

    I don't know how safe it is. I usually just eyeball it in terms of concentration. It definitely works, it can boost germination even in stubborn seeds like stale b. caapi. You have to watch it though as too strong a concentration will cause everything to germinate but then the residual acid dissolves the root system and kills all your seedlings. It doesn't dissolve well in water so I spray a tiny bit of isopropyl alcohol on it first and get it dissolving then dilute with water. Have fun. I have much better luck with this stuff for germination than I have for BAP for pupping.
  14. P.Zappatecorum

    Cereus ??

    Compare to Cereus forbesii "spiralis"
  15. P.Zappatecorum

    Disturbing films: name some and why you list them

    Don't hold back now, Sagi, tell us how you really feel. Lol. Sounds terrible.
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