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About MeanGreen

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    Trichoderma cultivator
  • Birthday 05/10/1990

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  1. MeanGreen

    Lophophora williamsii x Lophophora fricii

    Very nice plant bardo, do you have a pic of the flowers?
  2. MeanGreen

    Do Lophophoras actually self pollinate?

    Nice! First flower of the season? Nothing to do with the previous fruits though, you'll get a fruit from this one in a month or so. I swear if you were to attach a label to end of the season flowers you'd see the fruits you get in spring come from them.
  3. MeanGreen

    Lophophora williamsii x Lophophora fricii

    Thank you! Yeah I had 12 sprouts out of 20 seeds on those. But on the fricii x koehresii F2 I had only one sprout out of 10, which I grafted.
  4. MeanGreen

    Do Lophophoras actually self pollinate?

    If they've been overwintered properly, kept dry and hibernated then most definitely. The plant doesn't have the energy to push the fruit once it's going dormant so it just waits until it gets water sun and warmth.
  5. MeanGreen

    Lophophora williamsii x Lophophora fricii

    Great job on following up every day Inyan. Here are mine from that cross, I thought I had grafted one but I went through my grafts and I only found a fricii x koehresii. I might wait until next spring to graft a few of those. They're about 70 days old, sowed on the 1st of August.
  6. MeanGreen

    Do Lophophoras actually self pollinate?

    Those fruits most likely came from flowers that opened late last season. Every spring I get tons of fruits from that, before any flower opens.
  7. MeanGreen

    Dawson Pasacana x OP

    Sure, there you go
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  9. MeanGreen

    Chasing Sceletium, seeds, cuttings or seedling :)

    Herbalistics has seeds and plants available
  10. MeanGreen

    What did you do to your cacti today?

    Just to be clear these are Myrtillocactus geometrizans, not Trichocereus in case you thought they were. They look fairly healthy, since you're going into winter now I would wait until Spring before taking cuttings. Your best bet is probably to order seeds if you can't find Tricho cuttings locally.
  11. MeanGreen

    What did you do to your cacti today?

    Very nice Inyan! Yeah I also grow both hybrids Koehres has on offer, fricii x koehresii F2 and williamsii x fricii. Still too small to show anything interesting, I have one of each grafted, about the same.size as yours.
  12. MeanGreen

    Blue peru getting freaky with it

  13. MeanGreen

    2 phenos of Fields Pach x Dawson's Pasacana from the SAB store

    Longer spined: Shorter spined:
  14. MeanGreen

    Happy Cathy

    That colour! So beautiful
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