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On 01/02/2016 at 5:30 PM, doublebenno said:

First to split, Bogan cross yowie, hand pollenated 18/12/2015.

:-)

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DB, I have noticed vastly different germination rates for the crosses between bogan and yowie. Bogan x yowie had close to 100% rate, yowie x bogan maybe 10%. Did you or anyone else find the same? I don't think any of the scop cross germinated at all. I got a few whiora that came up though.

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Hey mate, well sucks you got crappy germs :-(

I have had mostly great results, I sowed bogan x scop months ago with excellent germs, close enough to 100%.

All the others I didn't put down until a few weeks ago,

bogan x yowie close to 100℅

Yowie x whiora seems close to 100%

And the yowie x bogan slightly less at around 70%, I am hoping for a few more to pop though as itbwas down on 2/6.

Happy to send you more if you want another crack man?

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It's fine mate, I've got seedlings all over the place at the moment, seriously don't know where I'll put them all in a year or so...eek

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Sorry all still wee specks but pretty excited for this year :) only ever had a pc flower.

 

Eileen (from Paradox)

Dawson SS (most are old ones but some seem to be pushing through)

Red huascha/grandi (Field)

CC Super pedro

CC valida/tersch

+ fair few more

 

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Just hit this Fields pachanoi, with schick pink

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Yowie 

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Scop X Tig

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Nice scop RC^^

 

 

Keep in mind these were from a few weeks ago..

Señor scop such a beautiful plant from beautiful person!! thanks mate!!

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R2

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Alberto V that was damaged by caterpillars and now seemingly flowering from many areoles???? What the??

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R1

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Whiora 

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Silly Super Pedro your only 500mm tall :wub: 

But my bigger one is not flowering. This plant has been rooted for a few years now so i can only put it down to stress???

 

 

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Looks like tonight will mark the opening of my first tricho flowers for the season, Its also quite a special day because this will be the first time ive ever had more than one tricho flowering on the same day :) ill play some romantic music and light a few candles to try and set the mood for pollination :P 

 

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Yowie

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Looks like Yowie is going off this year! If anyone wants to trade some pollen let me know :) 

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very nice flowers forming and flowering

 

most of the trich flowers in my garden are mostly just specks still, heres some pics of what looks like will flower this summer

 

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farmoxy peru

 

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something from Godiam

 

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galdiatus

 

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fields valida

 

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noarlunga bridgesii

 

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scop x bridgesii

 

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helon

 

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scop

 

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scop hulk

 

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wa pachanoi's

 

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J3

 

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SG chillensis

 

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gawler peru

 

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goliath

 

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whiora

 

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bruce

 

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grandiflorus open already

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Juuls Giant X scopulicola seed grown about to flower for the first time. 

 

If anyone else has one of these flowering I'd love to swap for some pollen and make the F2 cross. 

 

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^^great idea with your F2 cross plans, Good luck Zed 

 

SS bridgesii 

 

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Unknown Pach, sold as super pedro but clearly isnt :) red arrow indicates first fruit of the season :lol:

 

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Scop X Tig 

 

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Looks like my trichs are going for year round flowering......

 

Crossing my fingers on this LumberJack, I recently hit it with some Jim's Special pollen from psyentist:wink:  Plus a buncha pc flowers to keep the bees happy.....

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Yowie bout to go B(L)OOM!

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@zelly 

You would have been proud this morning, if you saw me packing these stigmas with pollen.

Thanks again for sharing your pollination videos on youtube, they were most helpful :)

 

Unknown heritage Pach (possibly scop father)

 

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Scop X Tig 

Are these pink outer petals common? if so to Scop or Tig ? either way its a beautiful flower and dropped plenty of pollen :)

 

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SS bridgesii

 

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