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Oh wow! Pleasee, you are a legend! Some of the best plants came from the 2012 batch!

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*raises hand* i'd be honoured to grow your plants sir! your plants are legendary pmd

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Sweet, I'm glad to see some of the Psycho0 x N1 have been grown out - I have a few growing myself - not very well in the current conditons..

Took this picture this morning - my pachanoi v "huarazensis" is in a large pot with some pereskiopsis - these pereskiopsis are growing like mad at the moment! One branch is like 7' tall - and they provide the huarazensis some shading on what would otherwise be perhaps too many hours of direct sun - symbiotic vibe going on there.. Wish my other plants could get this much sun - soon though, perhaps soon..

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Wish my other plants could get this much sun - soon though, perhaps soon..

More than enough room at the boarding school, LoL :wink:

ps I see bigfoot made it into your pic as well.

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Psycho0 x N1

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Nice pic! Warms my heart to see some psycho0 x N1 growing - a true USA-Australia bridgesii hybrid..

BTW I haven't replied to most any of the PM's I've received for seed - don't worry, I'm just letting all the dust settle and so forth..

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a pretty hard done by psycho0 x N1. it's goin to be such a wicked plant. gifted to me by Nemisty

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I have a few that I uncovered today. Maybe a couple more pics tomorrow.

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Nitrogen, I have pinned your thread and took the 2012 out of the title to point out that the thread was actually updated.

And here are some of the first pics. There will be more. Sorry it took so long but I grew them very hard without grafting or anything like that. Next ones will grow faster.

Psycho0 x Seedgrown Trichocereus Cuzcoensis

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germinated then gifted to me bogfrog, a champion grower.

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they're looking a bit dull coming out of winter

....lol the bare rooted scop x N1 sitting in the sun looks pretty ruthless but the dog bare rooted it. it was repotted shortly after the photo

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This is from your monstrose that always produces mutants. A lot of them are crested. This was 2012.

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Those are beautiful EG, one of my favorite crosses! Stunning blue epidermis, 10cm long flourescent yellow spines, grows up to 70 cm per season and thicker than most of my trichs. I'll get some more pics before I cut it this autumn for propagation.

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Btw, is that scop X puquiensis also one of nitrogens? If so, do you perhaps have a photo of the puquiensis, nitrogen? One of those is also one of my favorites, just about a meter tall but very thick already.

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Psycho0 x Seedgrown Trichocereus Cuzcoensis

Awhile back Nitro gave me a seedling of this, it was 8-10" growing in a 4" pot. I put it in my garden, where it really exploded in growth. A very awesome looking spiny beast.

shortly after this pic was taken on 8-10-2014

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most of the plant was snapped off when a nearby tall column came crashing down. I rooted out the top and then planted it too in the garden.

new growth on the original plant (pic taken 8-13-2015)

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rooted out top (pic taken 9-11-2015)

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Why are there not many people with N1xTPQC? Was there few seeds?

I managed to graft a few TPMXN1 and only 1 SS02XLumberjackus, all the rest, including N1XTPQC, were eaten by doves.

When I 1st noticed that something is feeding on these valuable seeds, I thought it was a rat, so I placed the trays on a higher level. 2 years later I found out that doves were the one feeding and scaring my cacti :S

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I think with N1 x TPQC it was the same as Psycho0 x N1 - these were potentially not going to be mutant offspring so perhaps weren't sown as much as the others.. I have a few of N1 x TPQC growing - 5 or so on pereskiopsis and one beautiful specimen that is now growing on its own roots - will post a pic later if I remember..

I have not seen any mutants with N1 x TPQC, which leads me to think the cresting in the TPQC resulted from environmental factors rather than genetic factors..

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I´ve sown them all so I am pretty sure I have some of those as well. Will post more pics later on.

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I must say, these "normal" TPMXN1 are growing pretty fast.

Anyone else noticed that?

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