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  1. All of the pine loving edibles are mycorrhizal. as Karode mentioned above, create a slurry, or print onto foil and then wash into water. and pour over your plants/around your trees.


    you dont need chips or needles.


    also mycorrhizal fungi often need to find their host fairly quickly or the mcelium dies, and then you have to take into account existing mycorrhizal relationships.


    truffle orchard growers for example go to a lot of effort to ensure the truffles are the only species.

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  2. The Australian Psychedelic Society will be hosting its first GROUP BREATHWORK SESSION


    An opportunity to release and let go of stress, anxiety, fear, resistance, mental confusion, procrastination and gain clarity, insight, deep relaxation.. while getting high as balls on your own breath.


    The technique we will be using is called conscious connected breathing; sometimes referred to as rebirthing or holotropic breathwork.


    The body is oxygenated and as increased amounts of energy reach parts of the body that have long been held in tension, stored or suppressed memories, emotions and mental patterns, are recalled and released.


    During this kind of breathwork participants often report psychedelic states similar to those induced by entheogens. In the 1970s this practice was pioneered in the west by Dr Stanislav Grof as an alternative to using LSD in therapy sessions.


    Note: This practice is completely safe when done with a trained instructor, however it is not suitable for people with some medical conditions, please skip to the bottom to check if this practice is for you.


    The breathwork session will be facilitated by Teneille from Breathwork Circles, Krisy Conroy and accompanied by Krti Psyskrit on the decks.



    Christopher Boots Studio

    328 Napier St




    Sunday December 2nd


    Sessions start on time and doors will be locked at 5.15pm to ensure we create a contained and safe environment to go deep.

    Please arrive with plenty of time to spare, especially if coming by car. No refunds if you dont get there in time.



    $50 full











    And something to lay on like a yoga or camp mat.

    Wear comfortable clothes.

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  3. Tyndallisation   seems to work fine.  i had good success.


    i ended up buying a good italian 9 litre PC that has done me very well indeed.  and 10 years later going strong.  worth every cent.  only issue is can only do small amounts.  but if you want to really bulk out then the bigger volumes may be good.


    you really need to think about the investment.  and where you are going to take the hobby.

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  4. Please dont set the date based on my movements. 


    I only proposed those dates based on the RBG rare plant sale being held that weekend and i will definitely be there early on the 20th. with a very very tentative 21st in mind as i come back through the city.


    cheeky i know ... :D

  5. The Australian Psychedelic Society will be hosting an Integration Circle in grungy comfort of Hope St Warehouse in Brunswick, on October 7th.


    An Integration Circle is a safe space to talk about your psychedelic experiences. You each have a unique story, and feeling heard and understood by others is essential to integrating your experience. The stories of others may also help provide you further insight.


    We will start off with talks from mental health professionals discussing the importance of integration and how to do it.


    You will then have an opportunity to tell your own psychedelic story, if you so desire.

    Limited spots available.

    Tea and snacks will be provided.


    When: October 7th, 2pm-5pm

    Where: 11a Hope st, Brunswick

    Tickets: $10

    Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2199285157011824/

    Ticket link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/aps-integration-circle-october-tickets-49785680310


    Disclaimer: This is not a replacement for therapy. If you are currently in crisis, we recommend that you see your GP for a mental health care plan, call your local area psychiatric triage or lifeline (13 11 14).

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  6. I would disregard the comparison to Psilocybe cyanescens, and instead be thinking Psilocybe subaeruginosa.


    Apparently Psilocybe cyanescens are insanely close genetically Psilocybe subaeruginosa, hence these being reported as the former.


    I think if you really want to understand these differences in these specimens you need to did deeper and be thinking full genome sequencing.


    at the moment we cannot be certain on phenotypic variations until we compare genes.  and there may even be structural mutations which are causing the split gills.

  7. It is fine to import San Pedro to tasmania.  It is dealing with state customs that can be a pain.


    for live plants you need to have a phytosanitory certificate.  some growers have these, some dont.  And most people are pretty clear about whether they do or dont.


    Seed is another matter.  I cannot say whether you are meant to have approval to send send to tas or not.  but most people get their seeds. I have had more problems getting things into australia.


    My advise is to find people more local to you.  there are some awesome collections in Tas.  start there.


    I am returning to Tas in a couple of weeks and have some specimens for sale.  PM me.