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  1. Not quite enough information here, post some pics. Like Freakosystem said; There could be existing literature and an extensive use
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    Bunnings finds Cactus ID

    Sure is, the bees were going crazy for them even after they closed up Smells almost like a lemon tart
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    Bunnings finds Cactus ID

    Woke up to these flowers! Might help ID the little guy
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    Araucaria bidwillii

    This sort of goes into the genus a little bit; also a great guy to listen to if you haven't already. Enjoy
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    Native seeds for education/ youth development.

    Hey! That would be great thanks so much. Sydney area and the soil is comparable to local sandy soil. We did an analysis i'll find the results
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    Native seeds for education/ youth development.

    I imagine a lot of these will be kept in large pots for a while if local to the area it wouldn't be a problem getting in touch with the local council and getting them out into the wild.
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    Oyster's on straw

    Hey! Success! First flush: Second flush: Cheers for your help everyone, next step is to transfer the used substrate to new straw and keep it alive and kicking!
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    Cloning with Aloe Vera gel

    Soaking young willow branches in water has worked for me. Contains salicylic acid and such. Same stuff asprin is made of... i think
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    Oyster contamination :(

    Comparing the pics to yeast contamination and maybe some kind of cobweb mould?
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    Oyster contamination :(

    Thanks so much! I definitely wont let it discourage me, i've reviewed my methods and will do whatever it takes on my next attempt. I wasn't too concerned with the speed of growth, definitely found the difference interesting though. Not too sure why i keep the foil on out of the PC! Guess it's handy to label them :D (The jars have polyfil filters too) For the KS, i have straw mulch on compost in the back of the garden. Once i had enough spawn going i plan on transferring to that and let them pop up in their own time I now have a colonised bag of straw which the oysters should be popping out of any day now! I'm more than happy to send you some KS spawn I'm sure i can spare a bit I have a successful jar in the fridge i got from a friend.
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    Araucaria bidwillii

    I would love to get my hands on some seeds again! I currently have a rhizome in a pot... still yet to see any growth but it looks healthy? Definitely one of my favourite plants! There's one local to me with warnings all over it when its seed is dropping! Heres a link to the abstract (paper behind paywall): https://researchoutput.csu.edu.au/en/publications/substantial-resource-reallocation-during-germination-of-araucaria
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    Mimosa pudica seed

    I've gotcha! Ill dm you EDIT: I dont gotcha, my bad
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    Oyster contamination :(

    Hey all! Unfortunately my first shot at cloning my oyster spawn has failed It seems something must have gotten in going from jar to jar. The bag of straw substrate is going strong and my jars of King stropharia look healthy and vigorous! For some reason the grain never took off like the KS is Any tips would be greatly appreciated Cheers guys!
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    Edible/Medicinal culture seeking thread

    Yeah man! I wouldn't mind a nice cube print to check out under my new microscope too
  15. Hey all! I picked theses guys up in Bunnings not too long ago and they seem to be coming along well! Im sure they're quite specific cultivars but was wondering if i could get an ID 1. 2. Cheers guys!
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