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  1. Buttsack

    Caapi and Viridis seeds for Trade/Giveaway

    Haha yeah I kept away from the forums last week. I'm just doing this for fun and trying to not let it become a chore. I've replied to all PM's and I'll post a heap of seeds off tomorrow. I'd much rather people assume that I'm healthy and happy than assume I'm sick. Be careful what you wish for.....
  2. I have heaps of Banisteriopsis Caapi and Psychotria Viridis seeds I'd like to share. If you have things to trade then that would be great but if not I'm happy to give some away to people. PM me how many seeds you want and what you have to offer as trade or not. Edit: If you have any art or crafty stuff I'm interested in trading that too.
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    The colored San Pedro Flower Project

    Just got my first flowering San Pedro 2 days ago. If you are sending any more seeds I'd be happy to contribute to your project.
  4. I'll have some Banisteriopsis Caapi seeds in about a week or so. These were harvested mid September in Brazil, so viability will be about 50% or better. Price is $15 for 10 seeds including postage (Australia Post) $1 each for any extra. I'm also interested in trading them for; vegetable, herb and fruit seeds mushroom spore prints (edible included) entheogenic plants or seeds or just let me know what you have to offer The seeds are from "Tucunaca" strain, but he also grows Caupuri (knotted caapi), and grows them pretty close to each other. The caupuri rarely set seeds, or when it does set seeds the quantity produced is very limited. Most of the seeds will show Tucunaca characteristics but there should be a few Caupuri seeds or even hybrids of both. Here are some pics of the parents; B. caapi Tucunaca strain base Tucunaca flowers Tucunaca producing seeds B. Caapi Caupuri strain base Caupuri flowers Seedlings sprouting
  5. I'll have some Banisteriopsis Caapi seeds in about a week or so. These were harvested mid September in Brazil, so viability will be about 50% or better. Price is $15 for 10 seeds including postage. $1 each for any extra. I'm also interested in trading them for; vegetable, herb and fruit seeds mushroom spore prints (edible included) entheogenic plants or seeds or just let me know what you have to offer The seeds are from "Tucunaca" strain, but he also grows Caupuri (knotted caapi), and grows them pretty close to each other. The caupuri rarely set seeds, or when it does set seeds the quantity produced is very limited. Most of the seeds will show Tucunaca characteristics but there should be a few Caupuri seeds or even hybrids of both. Here are some pics of the parents; B. caapi Tucunaca strain base Tucunaca flowers Tucunaca producing seeds B. Caapi Caupuri strain base Caupuri flowers Seedlings sprouting
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    Importing Mimosa Hostilis seeds and Customs?

    Thanks for the info. If anyone can answer my question that would be great.
  7. Hey does anyone know if Mimosa Hostilis seeds are able to be imported to Australia without hassle from customs? I sussed out the import conditions for the genus Mimosa but 'Hostilis' isn't listed anywhere. http://apps.daff.gov.au/icon32/asp/ex_casecontent.asp?intNodeId=8459519&intCommodityId=24795&Types=none&WhichQuery=Go+to+full+text&intSearch=1&LogSessionID=0
  8. Buttsack

    Top 5 reasons why I Hate women

    Huh....What does the top chefs being men have to do with anything? Top chefs that own their own chain of restaurants doesn't mean they are the best cooks. Owning lots of restaurants may not be the main goal of a woman. If everything else that I'm saying about power is to be true then the fact men are tops chefs in western societies celebrity world is no surprise. Since men get more oportunities in business to get there name out there. So therefore they would have an easier time getting famous and being thought of a "top chef". Even if men are better at everything there is to do in this world that does not mean that the majority of men cook or cut hair. From what your saying since some of the best hair dressers in the world are men, then there must be more male hair dressers? I think you are greatly misunderstanding what I wrote. If you read what I said with an open mind you will hopefully see that I'm talking about the majority of people. Julia Gillard is a spokesperson for the labor party. It's not whatever she says goes, they have to have a vote before any major changes are made in government. If you want to argue just for the sake of arguing then I'm not bothering with trying to change your view on anything. Picking apart my post and picking one or two women from society that have money or are in power does not make that the majority. I'm sticking by what I said in my first post. This is based on real world experience and my view on this seems to work best for me. I get a lot of respect from both men and women in the society I live with the attitude I have. Even for the people who disagree with me at first I have found to come around in the end. I like to think my thought process can solve any problems I face. I have done a lot of traveling and seen how a lot of different societies function. At the end of the day it doesn't matter who does the cooking or earns the most money. No society in the world is truly free. We are all controlled by government and government is controlled by money. Whoever controls the money controls us and limits us. The few people who control the money are men. http://www.rba.gov.a...rd-members.html http://www.federalre...dmembership.htm The men are in power where it matters. This might be irrelevant to our country but during the US presidential elections there was a debate between obama and romney. They were asked about women having equal oportunity in the workplace and both candidates just wanted to talk about how many female staff the have. So because romney has more female staff than any other electorate in the country I'm meant to believe he cares for womens rights as a whole. A few women in government doesn't make them in power. http://www.smh.com.a...1005-166dj.html Triple J did a program on hack a while back about womens equality in the workplace, especially as board members of a company. From memory the government is pushing for big business to employ more women in board positions and management positions. Which sounds great except the women that get the jobs still don't have much of a say. Plenty of women called in saying they think they got the job because of pressure on the companies image. So they needed to hire more women to improve their image. Which is why they thought they got the job. Plus they also mentioned what they said didn't really have much affect on what happened within the company. The male board members had control of her job so she was limited to what she could say in her position. So in the end this leaves her with 0 power to make any real change to help her own sex. It's just smoke and mirrors to give the company a better image. Yes women are naturally better carers by nature than man. This is the case in most mammals. The mother bears the children and has a closer relationship to the child more than any father could. She has more of a connection to the child therefore she has more reason to care than any male does. Wow that's a massive assumption and you have totally misunderstood what I said. Comprehend what I say before you jump to conclusions. Refer to what I said above. That's one opinion. Although it differs from mine who's to say we are both right or wrong. Please don't edit out your aggressive responses in future posts. This allows me to see your true side. Maybe being aggressive my put me into line ay. That's usually how most men deal with there problems. Show some spirit and don't let your ego control who you are. There is nothing you can say to me that would make me upset or change my emotions. Only I can do that and I have complete control over who I am and my emotions. So I invite whatever you have to say and I will read it with an open mind. Don't let your ego control you and don't fear anything. Fear is a weak emotion. EDIT: Oh and Gina Rinehart is not much of a woman in my eyes. She shows more male traits than a woman. She is overpowered by her ego, hence why she is so fiesty about her money and will do anything to keep it from her children. The fact that she was used as an example of a woman in power shows the sheepish nature of some people. She was bombarded by the media to make women in power look bad. There are plenty of wealthy males in power who are like her but we never hear about them in commercial news. What makes her so special beside the fact she is a woman. It's a shame so many people fall for the medias tricks and use her as cannon fodder in debates such as this.
  9. Buttsack

    Frogs Galore!

    Haha I think I'm about to start my fetish. I might have to put the dish of water somewhere high so the mice don't have an extra reason to stick around. They're a pain in the ass when they throw the soil out of the pots when they dig. I don't mind them though since they help aerate the soil with their burrows. If I get too many I use a live catcher to catch them and then I set them free in the bush.
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    Frogs Galore!

    That's good to know that they're Litotia Fallax and even better to know they are dwarf tree frogs. I thought they were just babies and would get bigger then leave. I've got even more reason now to feed them and try to get them to stay. Although I don't think they need much convincing since they are everywhere in the greenhouse. I don't have any water laying in my greenhouse. The greenhouse gets misted for a minute every 3 or 4 hours though so I think the frogs would like that. Should I put an open body of water in there to give the frogs somewhere to drink? I think I might try the rotten meat so they can have a good feed of flies. I just hope my dogs don't tear the door down to get to it. Hey Amazonian, how do you know so much about frogs?
  11. Buttsack

    Viable Banisteriopsis Caapi Seeds For Sale

    I have had a couple of seedlings come up in the last couple of days. The seeds were planted about 18 days ago. They were planted in my greenhouse in shade but not fully covered with any plastic or anything. I've found since planting these seeds that covering the pot with clear plastic keeps the humidity higher around the seed and I've had a much better germination rate with other seeds like silene capensis and leonotis leonurus. Just heat and humidity is enough to germinate the seeds so even when the trays of pots are stacked plenty of seedlings sprout. I was a bit lazy planting these ones so they were planted in sand, coco, terracotta and tub mix, perlite. I've been doing some experimenting with different seed mixes. The best mix I've found for most plants and cactus is; 1.5 parts sand (Australian Builders brand from the building section in Bunnings) 1 part perlite 1 part peat moss I've only been using this mix for the past week and have only just planted some caapi seeds using this mix. So in 2-3 weeks I should know what mix works best. IMO the best way to plant the seeds is either at a 45 degree angle or flat, with the seed and outer vane going into the ground first. You can see from the pictures of my seedlings how they sprout. The second picture was planted how I described. EDIT: Oh yeah I still have heaps of seeds left
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    Frogs Galore!

    I've got frogs everywhere in my greenhouse so I thought I'd take some pics to share with everyone. Such cute little buggers. Some of them are looking a bit thin so I'm thinking since there is so many in my greenhouse there isn't enough food for them all. I was thinking of hanging a light from the roof, near an open window, to introduce more bugs for them to eat. I was reading Mercury Vapor lamps work well for attracting bugs. Would leaving this one for a few hours per night affect my plants? Does anyone know of any other ways to introduce food for the frogs? Has anyone ever farmed crickets?
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