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About Enjaytee

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  1. Enjaytee

    Mandragora turcomanica & Lagochilus

    Hi @Yves0071 you’re in France right? would you post to the uk?
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    Yeah @Flux I understand how “rare” it is. I feel like cabrerana doesn’t even exist. The species I’m after I think is D.lutea?? Should be able to get some to Aus easy enough just didn’t want to go through the bother if someone already had.
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    EGA: Call for Bulk Seed Donations - Seed Care Package

    Nice one Ronny. I’ll get involved
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    Meet Up: Gold Coast

    This weekend
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    B.caapi ‘Cielo’ seed

    hey @sagiXsagi I double checked my dates and I got it wrong. It flowered in June and again in August. This seed would be from the august flowers so only 4 weeks. Oops
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    Meet Up: Gold Coast

    Hey gang. Date is set. Sunday the 3rd of October from 2:30pm onwards Come along and bring some plants/seeds to trade or gift a newcomer. Always a fun afternoon. See you there
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    @Zedo no, diplo is a vine.. so closer to caapi in appearance.
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    Ok so there is a Diplopterys (not cabrerana) getting around the Us which has been reported to contain nndmt. If anyone has gotten this into Aus can you please contact me. Cheers.
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    Meet Up: Gold Coast

    Hey all. Im thinking of having another meet n swap mid spring if anyone is interested? Last one was a pretty epic turnout… let’s see if we can top it.
  10. Native bees in the caapi vine. 

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    Post your track of the day

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    When caapi flowers? and is it self pollinating?

    My vine was about the same size as yours @sagiXsagi. A few month back I gave it a prune taking off roughly 30%. I was also getting impatient with it not flowering so I started dumping chicken poo and bananas peels at the base of it. (I consume a lot of bananas) I tossed a couple of handfuls of potassium at the base of it too. Seems like a good prune and a heavy feed did the trick because not long after that, I noticed extra floral nectaries (efn’s) which I hadn’t seen on my caapi before. (Efn pics below) 2 weeks after noticing the efn’s I noticed flower buds forming. Whether there is any correlation between the efn’s and flowers showing up I’m not sure?? After another 2 weeks the buds started to open. I now have a lot of flowers showing up but they are only on the side of the vine that gets exposed to full sun. Interesting that @Buttsack also pruned his recently and it flowered not long after. Anyway… I reckon hack it back and give it a solid feed. p.s. I’m in the subtropics.