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Sausage/Macrogonus cuts and Loph Grafts

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If people are interested in the cuts then I will cut them(on payment) allow to dry for a day or Two and ship to your door. No time wasters please.

***Trichocereus cuzcoensis/peruvianus/notamacrogonus/whateverspeciesyoulikebro***

(2 x T. macrogonus MUSHROOM MAN (Got them labeld as this from a member here a few years back, not from MM himself)

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Left branch 24cm, $12 + postage

Right branch 35cm, $17 +postage

Newer growth can be seen at the base.

***1 x Sausage plant cutting. 48cm, $48 + postage***

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***Lophophora grafts for sale***

Large established L. williamsii graft on T. pachanoi rootstock. $200 Reduced to $150 due to one of the small heads being munched by something. If you're interested in buying I will supply additional pictures.

Main head is 6cm wide x 4.5cm high. It has 12 other heads that measure 20cm in total. Smallest head is about 1.5cm, largest around 2.5cm.

26cm in total once all heads are combined. I measured the narrowest part of the buttons, so there's really more.

Some scarring as pictured. Has flowered and set seed.

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***Smaller L. williamsii graft on Bunnings Trichocereus. $60 Reduced to $50***

Head is 4cm wide x 2.5cm high. It's been putting on a lot of growth lately and is close to flowering for the first time.

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Buyer pays postage. We can work something out if you buy bulk.

Thanks for looking

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Edited by karode13
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Psycho tip cut and mid cut #2 please! Pmd;)

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Why don't you wait 3-4 weeks for the Psycho0, those pups will become large enough to remove and re-plant for next season. I reckon'd they'd snap in transit. My opinion of course. That Loph graft is something else though! :)

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I agree about them snapping off but they need to go due to space restrictions. Propagation isn't an option.

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Bumping as new plants have been added to the original post.

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That macrogonus looks very cuzco to me ?

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Good call, and I've thought this myself. Just messaged some people to find out some more information. If I can't get to bottom of it then I'll sell them a lot cheaper than currently listed. I'm not out to rip people off.

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Hey Karode, do you have any info on these new cuts you have added?

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Yes, I do. Turns out the macrogonus were originally acquired as peruvianus seedlings. Someone, who I wont name, then made up another name and on sold them to me, at a premium, a few years ago. This person is on a shit list now because they're a rip off merchant, liar and pretty unshroomy to boot.

But, some of the other seedlings from this batch did express peruvianus-like traits. Maybe a cross I was told.

Seeing as this is a big clusterfuck for all involved, the prices have been heavily reduced.

As for the sausage I got this from Field's in person.

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onya Kozza!

all the plants I've bought from you are doing very well, thanks man. :)

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Hey ol' chap. :)

I knew they'd be treated well in your care. Thank you for homing all the orphan cactus. The poor spiny feckers.

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