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  1. etherealdrifter

    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    @-RC- i been trying to like/comment/acknowledge your book for ages but only today has the mysterious thang SAB cookie monster allowed me to do so. On ya mate, very amazing stuff and i hope to get a copy very soon. Best wishes eth
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    six years later and i'm back

    lol the wheelbarrow full of trichs with flood waters in the background..... How great is it to crack a code to a long forgotten password - i betchya there's a few bitcoin enthusiasts wishing they could have a few more attempts than just 3 to get back in. Many of them crazy conversationalists and scientists you speak of are still kicking the ball around here - albeit with less frequency but life , family, getting your shit together etc-will do that to ya. Fb is useful for some but this joint is THE library - fb is the son of a bitch brother who constantly talks but says very little. Tops that you found your key to the foyer again, great post man.
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    Very artistic, needs a tad more cowbell
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    fugly
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    M.speciosa seeds

    Hi john S, I'd try to carefully remove the seeds from the ripe pods - yeah man i know they're very small....tiny even. Anyway, then get a heat mat and a take away container. Fill the container about half way full with coco coir. Drench the coco coir until its all moist and drain off excess water. Then sprinkle the seeds over the top of the media. Don't pat them down or cover them.....just sprinkle on top of coco. Place container on heat mat but put a towel or a piece of cardboard between the container and the heat mat otherwise you'll cook em.. Close container with lid and put on the pad. You should be able to see humidity inside the lid and the container should be just warm to the touch - not hot. If you are able to, place small light (perhaps a t5 or fluoro) but t5 is a very good light source over the top and give them 18 hrs or so of light ( maybe set a timer). If they are viable, they should start to germinate after a couple of weeks. Then feed them a 1/4 strength hydroponic grow solution. After a couple of months you should have enough sets of leaves to carefully lift each one out and plant into small pots( say 100 mm) in a high humidity environment away from strong sun. Diffused/dappled light is suffice. By the time they're ready to go into a nice potting mix and into diffused sunlight can take 4 months. Heat, high humidity and patience will see you with a small army of tiny, beautiful seedlings buddy. Happy growing man
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    Want to graft some sharxx? (possibly a Dawson's Peru)

    dunno bro, i think pd is a compleate classic. Lege
  11. etherealdrifter

    Want to graft some sharxx? (possibly a Dawson's Peru)

    Actually Geeves, i think it's a Dawson's peruvianus
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    Meet up: Melbourne

    you too Ronny, that was good one
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    Meet up: Melbourne

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    Meet up: Melbourne

    We'll be aiming for 12 - 12.30
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    Meet up: Melbourne

    yeah lets not confuse each other. Gate C, Tacoma pavilion , RMBG, wear the white carnation on your lapel and the secret word is boofing
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