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  1. Boof

    Meet up: Ipswich

    Cool, I'll bring something. See you there
  2. Boof

    Meet up: Ipswich

    Hey, I'm keen too. Whereabouts at Queens Park? I have no plants to trade, but am keen to learn some stuff. I might have some honey or mead (well cyser really, but no one knows what that is...) or tepache to share?
  3. Boof

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Thanks RC, got it in time for Christmas! I wasn't entirely sure what to expect for a self published book, but it is well put together, with good paper stock and photographs. I haven't finished it yet, but it also reads well; I had wondered if it was a thesis edited into a book which sometimes doesn't translate easily into an interesting read, but no problems here. Well done and thanks!
  4. Boof

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Thanks Macca, I'll check out the places you sent me. The rules I mentioned were kinda cool / funny; things like don't ring within 6 weeks of your order, it takes at least that long. If not received at 6 weeks call and we'll provide an update and a new ETA. Don't call before the new ETA etc , etc until a point where if you call three times inside the windows they said not to call, your order was cancelled or some such. I had this mental image of a cranky hermit living in the bush who shuns contact with people. It just made me laugh and sounded fun (in a good way!) to deal with. They had a good range of cacti and various other plants sought after on these pages. @-RC- Hi RC - Purchased your book the other day. Do you know if they are being sent or still waiting on the next print? No pressure, just managing my expectations. Thanks!
  5. Boof

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    While I'm being chatty (I think I've more than doubled my post count with this being my third today), I had a link to an online nursery located nthn NSW, but I got a new pc and lost it. I never ever bought from them because I simply never got around to it, but they sold all sorts of plants and had all sorts of rules to follow as well (think soup nazi kinda thing haha). I'm hoping the rules and location (maybe around The Channon?) might be the identifier for someone to say, "yeah I know, here it is" and DM me the link. Be good to know if they are still in operation if anyone knows? Thanks!
  6. Boof

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Roger, thanks RC. I've just been so hopeful since it's been so long, and that rain just made me think "yeah"!
  7. Boof

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Hi All It's prolly been 18 months since I was here last? Here kinda near Fernvale it has just been so dry for so long. We had about 100 mm between last Friday and Tuesday of this week. I'd hoped that would be enough rain for success on Thursday and Friday. No luck. There wasn't as much dung around as previous years though either so the cocky might have moved his cows around due to the lack of rain. In my previous post all that time back, I mentioned that I'd laid down a mushroom plot with some spoor rich dung. No luck with that either. I'll now try it with sugar cane mulch as others suggested (should have asked here before I tried google and doing it myself). B
  8. Boof

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Hey thanks, its been slack of me to not reply sooner. I saw the messages and thought, I'll get back to that... I think I might just let nature take her course. Great forum by the way, I've learned a lot!
  9. Boof

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Hi all. Long time lurker, first time poster. Not even that long lurking really, from towards the end of last season. I live on the north western side of Ipswich and found (what I think is) some exceptional country last year near here. Very inexperienced at sourcing these myself but managed to get a few cyans last year and enjoyed the experience. I don't know if there were no others or if I just didn't see them since I didn't (don't?) know what to look for. I'll be better armed this year with info and pix. Anyway, last year I brought home a fair bit of spoor bearing dung and made a garden filled with it and crushed eucalyptus bark (read that somwewhere...). I was wondering if I could bring fruiting on earlier by placing clear plastic over my garden, thereby raising humidity and keeping temps at a more constant, elevated level. Current day time temps are ranging between about 6 and 32 degrees, so I don't think ground temps will be warm enough and also humidity is also too low at about 40%. Any thoughts on the plastic sheet idea? Thanks Edited for spelling
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