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Mitragyna hirsuta fresh seeds

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Hello friends, 

 

Im new here, and as a welcome gift I have a couple of seed pods of  Mitragyna hirsuta to share with you.

 

Im having a great fantastic germ rate with this batch, near 50%.

 

Happy growing

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Is this legal in Australia? I'm not sure if the ban only relates to one species or not. You're from Europe, so I'm approving the post without looking into it further, but any Australians thinking of taking you up on the offer will need to make sure they are not breaking the law.

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So are the seeds in those balls ?

 

I've only ever seen speciosa and by the time the balls get to that point all the seed pods have fallen off.

 

I've never seen viable seeds from a speciosa either just barren pods.

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... but the main active constituent in Mitragyna hirsuta is Mitraphylline, which is chemically related to mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine found in M. speciosa.

interesting....

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Bicon is incredibly user unfriendly... I'm keen, but I'll need to check when next at my computer to see if "they" will let me...

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2 hours ago, ballzac said:

Is this legal in Australia? I'm not sure if the ban only relates to one species or not. You're from Europe, so I'm approving the post without looking into it further, but any Australians thinking of taking you up on the offer will need to make sure they are not breaking the law.

 

I have greater interest in exchanges with European members due to customs.

 

As far as I know M. Hirsuta  isn't  on the schedule plant list. 

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Welcome greenpony, and thank you for such a wonderful, generous and interesting offer

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On 10/7/2016 at 6:19 AM, ballzac said:

Is this legal in Australia? I'm not sure if the ban only relates to one species or not. You're from Europe, so I'm approving the post without looking into it further, but any Australians thinking of taking you up on the offer will need to make sure they are not breaking the law.

 

Mitragyna hirsuta  seed has a much longer shelf life then specosia ,

 

Theirs a american vendor selling seed's from the same batch that have remained viable for over a year

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