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  2. zelly

    spider mites

    diatomaceous earth is your friend......cover the entire plant & soil in DE for a few days or a week. yrs ago i had a serious bug infection in my arios....plants with many crevices for critters to hide in.....DE to the rescue
  3. Raver Buddy

    Meet up: Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle

    Hi Flux, Awesome! I was going to post the details for the APS Bicycle Day meetup but it looks like you beat me to it. I've been to many of the Melbourne APS events but only one of the Sydney ones. I'm hoping to invite a friend or two, if they are myself are running late, will the fracebook event page you linked to have the updated location if you guys move during the day?
  4. Hi all, I have some 40cm fat tig x len cuttings around 7-8cm thick. One of the tips has a little bit of black scaring due to slugs nibbling on it. Each cut is $50 plus postage
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  6. We get regent bower birds up here as well, they are absolutely stunning! I only ever catch a glimpse though, I’ve never been able to get a photo.
  7. Flux

    Meet up: Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle

    Hi Raver Buddy & Thanks Wile E. The next Sydney APS meet up is our Bicycle Day Picnic this Sunday at the Royal Botanic Gardens 11:00 - 15:00 (we''ll meet at the cactus gardens and then move somewhere more comfy and private form there but will mark our spot with Purple Flags). Keep an eye on the Facebook event Page https://www.facebook.com/events/885955698866240 We'll also be having an event for Cactus Day (May 23rd) with a film, workshop and speaker... then there's Mushroom Day on the 20th June To stay up to date with APS events, sign up to the Sydney Newsletter https://psychedelicsociety.us14.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=543c0c0d6e31f0f994a287a84&id=89e3b156a8&fbclid=IwAR26x_kBwTb-7Uq5mhG5UVKYo0tupLwygDDp1mF0xgX99T1XeXqu8FjtK4k cheers, Flux
  8. ZooL

    spider mites

    There used to be a spray called "red dot" or something like that that you could get from hydro shops, worked wonders for spider mites but have not seen it around in a while so may have had some messed up stuff in it that got banned or something.
  9. toby

    Meet up: Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle

    Should rustle one up if interstate visitors are coming!
  10. Wile E. Peyote

    Meet up: Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle

    Doubt it Raver, if you're keen for an alternative an APS event is probably your best event. @Flux?
  11. Wile E. Peyote

    The Tania de Jong Unappreciation Thread

    Ergh one step closer to eating my words. TGA decision has been postponed https://www.tga.gov.au/update-psilocybin-and-mdma-scheduling
  12. Thought y’all might enjoy this interesting conversation that James W. Jesso hosted with a few of us about where the Australian psychoactive Acacia species fit into the local psychedelic scene here, and how our interactions with these species connect us to a deeper connection with the spirit of the land: https://www.jameswjesso.com/drinking-the-psychedelic-acacia-trees-of-australia-psychedelic-cafe-5/?fbclid=IwAR1goTSu03e3fP0QGs_DjGLAL3fC62K8nBkYv3Pu4MgmfLJV6CA5RqG2uv0
  13. -RC-

    Post your track of the day

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vnoz5uBEWOA
  14. Slocombe

    Server donation auction: Sally cuttings

    I can't believe you don't have any bids yet Caster. Or is this a silent auction? If not I'll open the bidding at $20.
  15. dunno about the female, but the male's call is almost as ugly as a cockatoo's. so pretty tho
  16. withdrawl clinic

    Gumbi Gumbi Diaries

    i have posted 5 letters with 10 seeds each, enjoy. i have dried the seeds for maybe 3 weeks, but noticed the coating was still sticky, so to be save (and avoid any fungus issues) place the seeds (for storage) in the fridge, with zip bag opend.
  17. That bird is amazing, what is it?
  18. DarkSoul

    Prints for microscopy

    On foil. $20 each or 3 for $50, or I can workout another deal if you want more. Only within Australia mainland please. Strains I have include- Golden Teacher Cambodian Escondido Albino A+ Creeper Ecuador B+ John Allen Albino B+ PESA Honduras Island Nepal Texas
  19. Raver Buddy

    Meet up: Sydney, Central Coast, Newcastle

    Hi, Is there any plans soon for a meetup in Sydney? I've relocted from Melbourne and been to plenty of the SAB meetups there. Unfortunately I'm only in Sydney for a short while and was hoping I could go to a meetup if there's on while I'm here such as in the next month or two?
  20. ☽Ţ ҉ĥϋηϠ₡яღ☯ॐ€ðяئॐ♡Pϟiℓℴϟℴ

    Quotes of the day.

    The illusion of freedom will continue as long as it's profitable to continue the illusion. At the point where the illusion becomes too expensive to maintain, they will just take down the scenery, they will pull back the curtains, they will move the tables and chairs out of the way and you will see the brick wall at the back of the theater. Frank Zappa
  21. Planthunter

    NZ Seed and plant trades - not buy and sell

    Heya FTB, Ahh cool, I'm a little further up at Peria near Taipa which is a suburb of Kaitaia, the hotel california of New Zealand! I've been here since late 2015 and still trying to leave the place.. Your welcome to some red leaf Khat. I just have the two varieties now. Nice plants though. There are some that have been growing in the ground and a few backups in pots. I'll pass you one of each. And I'll throw in a Sally D cutting in too. Thanks heaps, I'm curious about your cactus collection.. I remember seeing those amazing specimens at the quarry gardens down there. Hopefully the cactus garden is still there after that awful flooding. So far I've been a bit wary of trying out the Hemia after reading that some people have had some painful side affects such as aching muscles. It's possible that their dosage was too high perhaps. I may try a small dose and see what happens. Or maybe not lol. The plants are very attractive as you will know. A couple have reached well over a meter and still growing. They have been hammered by the chickens, dog and our 2 year old son and still producing loads of seeds!
  22. frozenthunderbolt

    NZ Seed and plant trades - not buy and sell

    Heya PH, I'm now in Whangarei, I've got various cacti that you could come rescue and I'd be interested in Khat, have got heaps of Hemia growing, still not used it yet though, have you?
  23. Planthunter

    NZ Seed and plant trades - not buy and sell

    Hi all, Just wondering if anyone is still using this thread... It looks like it's been a little while and I've not reached out for some time... I have some Hemia salcifolia seed, ' sun opener' hope that I spelt this right, to give away to anyone over here in NZ. Its time to give back. It's possible that I may have some small red leaf Khat offsets to give out soon. I just need to check the plants first. I'm in the far North of the North island now. Also anyone still growing Calea zakatechichi in NZ?
  24. fydesvindico

    P.viridus

    Yeah or mini AB. Economical? I’d say that depends on one's motives. In particular, the intended use of said extract. In theory, I’d say that in one year, 5 or more medium sized plants would provide more than enough foliage for experimentation (in a country legal to do so). If someone had access to one small plant, through striking leaves I’d say they’d have enough plants within 2 years. Easy. Obviously the more the better. I always had trouble growing P. viridis until a member here sent me a shipibo variant. I’m not sure where they came across this particular variant, or if they’re aware of how beautifully this plant grows compared to others - but I tell you, this plant almost outperforms carthagenensis (in terms of growth). I highly recommend anyone looking to grow P. Viridis to try and find a shipibo variant. They seem to do well in colder conditions, and aren’t as prone to mealy bugs and other pests (at least mine aren’t). I might actually look at doing a giveaway if people are keen. Also have berries that are almost ripe too. Anyway. I’d say that viridis is highly underappreciated (and safe) - there’s not much literature in the community investigating viridis (at least there wasn’t when I was looking), but I think its worth investigation.
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