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Photos of rooted cuttings :

 

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Thanks mate, am impressed again by your ability to log and share your data. Many thanks!

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Thanks Darklight and friends!

you are my inspiration !

( cough cough !!)

will be posting photos as I go along .

these are said to be from Terrence Mckennas collection.....

next pix will show new growth I am looking at cloning from.....

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Hey @shonman, how difficult is it to propagate? Ive spoken with people that have it (in Peru) and they claimed it was difficult... I find that hard to believe, I would have thought it would strike readily from cuttings if cared for...

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IMG_2087.thumb.JPG.176221c7fb410727ea4ebce4cc5ab571.JPGThe new growth . 

I accidentally fried the last new growth in sun .

tips, tops closeup .

i also wonder 

... can it be cloned from a leaf 

as some have done rooting caapi

and many have done with viridis and friends ??

 

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I'll bet it can being a riverine habit lover ... try some in an aeroponic pod ? ...

defo works for caapi and is quite repeatable

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Re: difficult to propagate....

maybe not difficult per se

but VERY SLOW using conventional methods 

 

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lol tell me about it .. the long game is defo an indispensable skill set for husbandry ..

 

I still reckon it might beat propogating T' validus head to head if any consolation :)

 

maybe get some other things on the go to fill the wait with where applicable?

 

What else is really cool that grows near it?

to use the "usually more mushrooms hiding close by when ya find one" method might be fun if poss..

 

may also be good to see what else liked growing in those conditions side by side if ID'able

 

and maybe some temp and humidity readings if poss , even if just in the prop setups

although if aeroponic I guess there won't be much variation from 90-100% humidity

 

and ya know,... anything you can think of of the kind of things you might wish you had done in hindsight/retrospect lol

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