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On 5.5.2017 at 4:34 AM, MountainGoat said:

Pretty excited about this one. It looks like it's cresting. Jourdiana v. Mammalaria 

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Great! Im jealous!

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T.bridgesii monstrose crested variegata and T.bridgesii monstrose variegata short form grafted on T.pachanoi x TPM

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T.pachanoi monstrose crested variegata "Akira" grafted on T.pachanoi variegata "Saquarema"

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What is it exactly Germans don't do well???

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28 minutes ago, Master B said:

What is it exactly Germans don't do well???

Really, Well you guys fly under the radar well.     customs will be knocking. 

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Im really sorry smithy..... but not quite sure what you are referring to^ ?? 

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10 hours ago, Master B said:

Im really sorry smithy..... but not quite sure what you are referring to^ ?? 

Sorry mater B , was just referring to overseas trades and the impact it can have with bringing in viruses and such. I was off topic. 

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All good mate! I think you might be mixing something up though. Dr Snuggles lives Germany and i know he has a very unique job that enables him to collect plants from pretty much anywhere and completely legal and above board. Hes also a pretty dam good grower for seed as well and would have one of the best collections going... In my industry the best of everything is german....Festool, Fein and Haberle etc.

So i was infering that Dr Snuggles collection was top shelf like other German products.

Sorry if i offended you in any way?

 

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21 hours ago, Master B said:

What is it exactly Germans don't do well???

Humour?

I might be biased, my boss is Bavarian and he's insufferable!

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Ha must admit im thinking more inanimate... Really get moist over German and Japanese tools.... They are just the beez neez. I have a couple of memorably painful Bavarians. But i have worked with painful people of every heritage... Im very sure many people in my industry/in general think im hard work.

Glaukus i have that graft for you just waiting to pup and i will send.

Back on track..........

 

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Couple of some what?.... monsters and varie’s? I was picking for variegates but got a couple of monstose...Names under each pic. I must admit the largest amount of variegated trichs in my last couple of years has come from Misplant seed.....

 

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Red grandi x clyde(misplant seed) 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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From memory.... Dawsons short spine T x scop..( Brew seeds)

 

Check the trade thread as im giving away some whiora x seeds as of now

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Master B said:

Couple of some what?.... monsters ? I was picking for variegates but keep getting monstose...Names under each pic. I must admit the largest amount of variegated trichs in my last couple has come from Misplant seed.....

 

P1040086.thumb.jpg.be7d8b0b2253b552a8f96032fde9e00a.jpg

 

Red grandi x clyde(misplant seed) 

P1040091.thumb.jpg.bd888b39953cd3fc595798c563de3092.jpg

 

Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

P1040096.thumb.jpg.b4d1774b1a61d5d5b24ec73d8a7dca4b.jpg

 

Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

P1040103.thumb.jpg.5aab8a5092e3be220ea87a7ab7414cbf.jpg

 

Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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Whiora x (Scop & J2)

 

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From memory.... Dawsons short spine T x scop..( Brew seeds)

 

Check the trade thread as im giving away some whiora x seeds as of now

 

 

 

 

 

I always love your pics! Great work Master B

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On 28/07/2017 at 5:25 PM, Master B said:

All good mate! I think you might be mixing something up though. Dr Snuggles lives Germany and i know he has a very unique job that enables him to collect plants from pretty much anywhere and completely legal and above board. Hes also a pretty dam good grower for seed as well and would have one of the best collections going... In my industry the best of everything is german....Festool, Fein and Haberle etc.

So i was infering that Dr Snuggles collection was top shelf like other German products.

Sorry if i offended you in any way?

 

I know off his collection it's amazing, You didn't offend me. just see in my field of work ,Agronomist. That I have seen poor results in peoples choices to trade plants overseas without knowing of the impact it can have. you have an outstanding trichocereus collection MB   . So we really don't need to be importing any stock, Really? . 

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10 hours ago, waterboy 2.0 said:

thats one opinion

My opinion yes, but fact too.     yowie amd sharxx blue has popped up in he's collection. This is a big concern. Plants must be declared so no out breaks can happen.      

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*shakes head*

 

EDIT - nice edit Smithy:wink:

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On 7/28/2017 at 2:57 AM, Glaukus said:

Humour?

I might be biased, my boss is Bavarian and he's insufferable!

Interesting you mention this. There was just a story on the radio the other day about the virtual non-existance (relative to the US anyway) of German comedy, both in terms of TV sitcoms and stand up. I was only half listening, but I believe they attributed this partially to the German work ethic (basically if you are being funny then you are not working hard enough), and to the Nazis control of the country during WWII (something along the lines of it being too dangerous to make jokes about the Nazis, and folks not wanting to do comedy in support them - again only half listening).

 

Anyway, sorry to derail... back to on topic posting... 

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Maybe it's cause they just aren't funny.

If it's anything like were i'm from comedy is usually mostly cringe

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T. pachanoi cristate that I bought last year.

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On 7/27/2017 at 6:16 AM, Master B said:

What is it exactly Germans don't do well???

Free speech, protect their women from migrants?  But damn near the best at most other things.

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