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  1. Humbolt

    N.rustica seeds giveaway

    Hey @Enjaytee, no worries pm me an address.
  2. Humbolt

    N.rustica seeds giveaway

    More available if anyone's in need.
  3. Did a few hours ago Flux. Maybe check again???
  4. Tremendous Flux. A yes please from me.
  5. Humbolt

    N.rustica seeds giveaway

    Can do @YoungJD22. PM me those deets.
  6. Good to hear you can get some that have been sexed. Young males can quicky go from 1st crow to becoming aggresive towards the ladies if another male is also about. I got caught out once, bad news, they can be cruel. After plenty of discussion at the pet shop im pretty sure the breed is Coturnix japonica not chinesis as earlier stated. King is smaller than Jap and not as easy to handle. They shoot up like harrier jump jets!
  7. Hey @bardo, would be happy to post you up some fertile eggs if you want to incubate some when the time comes. Eggs stay fertile for 10days without heat so plenty of time to post.
  8. Humbolt

    N.rustica seeds giveaway

    Hi, have another 5 packs available if anyone's interested. Just post below and pm me and address.
  9. Such a great and informative reply, thanks @Tripyamine. Appreciate you taking the time to resolve my question.
  10. Humbolt

    Edible/Medicinal culture seeking thread

    Easy done @Glaukus. Send me the address.
  11. After a month or so there was no futher degradation in solution. Tried hot water, agitation but after the initial breakdown in water no futher change could be noticed. I wrote to the Csiro polymers devision and asked does the polymer biodegrade but got no answer. Switched to powder for washing but that wasnt the point.
  12. Hi Rhyz, couple of questions. On the vid you selected a mix of type H and type I. What was it about these inoculants that made you identify theyd be beneficial for Acacias? Site doesnt go into much of that detail. And are they suitable for other native species? What application rate did you use? Is it more effective to innoculate after potting?
  13. Ill stick my hand up too thanks Ethno. Kudos on an awesome give away. Kindness
  14. Humbolt

    Edible/Medicinal culture seeking thread

    Hey @Paradoxical, if your still in need i have some nicely colonised agar plates of Lions mane, Piopino and King Oyster ready to go. Happy to post over. Shimiji too if you want.