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Hi Guys,

someone in my Facebook group grew this from supposed Köhres Scopulicola seed.

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No idea what it actually is but my guess is that it´s actually a Cuzcoensis of some sort. I know a lot of people got some of this seed...has anyone grown one of them to a similar size yet and can verify that this is actually the Köhres Scop? This is the first pic of a Köhres Scop I´ve seen so far.

That seed did not come directly from Köhres but was sold/given away as seed labeled as Scopulicola from Köhres. Now there are two possibilities...The first is that the person who passed on the seed had an accidential mix-up and mixed up Scop and Cuzcoensis...or...the Köhres Scop is something else.

How are your grafts doing so far? Anyone with a plant of a size that would help to clear this up? Would love to see some seedlings because I am growing some too, though they are not big enough yet. But they are very spiny, even as small seedlings. Thanks for your input!

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looks more like a terscheckii than a cuzco meine Kamerad. All of my koehres scops were eaten by gnat larvae and i feel much better about it now.

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Damn I had a similar looking Koehres Scop that I grafted as well. I got my seeds directly from koehres.

I agree looks more like a terscheckii. Was hoping it was just a single seed or packet. This is the last straw for me and I'll never order from koehres again.

http://www.shaman-australis.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=40272&p=508478

Will probably graft another seedling next week since I'm not gonna just dump my 500+ seedlings.

It has black rot/weeping? on the top growth but is pushing through. Very similar looking to that picture posted when it was starting out.

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Thanks a lot for posting this Modern Shaman. Glad you could verify this so fast because that might save others from a lot of disappointment.

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an other Kohres mix up?

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It is still very early so I am a little hopeful that there is atleast some Scop genetics in these seeds but doesn't look good.

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35 minutes ago, Breizh-cactus said:

Hi dudes this is my Scop Koheresii who really don't looks like Scopit ....

All his brother are the same !

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It´s Trichocereus werdermannianus. We grafted a few and they are pretty cool. Wrong species though. They are still sold as Scops in Peru. These Peruvian seeds were picked up by all kinds of shops.

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I have a shytload of super-fresh seed I just harvested from my spineless scop.

 

The mother is 'Halcyon Scop" (spineless) and the father is 'Sumo Scop' (also spineless). AFAIK no-one else has either of these two top clones, well only those I've given them away to.

 

I was gonna do a give away with the seeds soon.

 

I will happily send OS, actually I'd prefer that as I know some places have no spineless scops.

 

So if you want a pack of 100 seeds pm me. But I will be out of contact for a few days (camping) then stating a new job. So give me a week to reply to your request. 

 

cheers!

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