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  1. 10 points
    Its been a while..... a long while and the world went all topsy turvey,. I hope you are all well, and your lives have been nice and calm. big hugs to all in this weird time <3
  2. 9 points
    in light of the generosity of my fellow plantheads heres a lil competition 10 - karta x blue cube icaro 15 - myrtilliocactus 20 - mixed bag of random crosses from cactilicious and trichocereus australia best ethno themed lyric line gets it ( extra points for a verse ) 1 react = 1 point + 2 points for a verse , most points win! GL
  3. 9 points
    Yeah this video doesn't let truth get in the way of a good story but... ...our property is 10 minutes from this patch and I know the larger area reasonably well. As usual the problem is the usual dicks that ruin it for everyone. I was there last year when the backpacker went missing for a few days. Obviously the whole story about tripping for 4 days and driving 3 hours to Perth to sell his car and back is bullshit. He did go missing in the middle of winter for several nights after not having a clue what he was doing and eating too many shrooms than he could handle. This used lots of police and other services time and money better spent elsewhere rather than on some idiot who just wanted to get off his chops. No surprise cops are pissed off. All the better known patches in the area have been completely trashed by similar dickheads. All of the patches are covered in rubbish - beer cans, bags of waste, shit and toilet paper and even abandoned tents, esky etc. This is the behaviour that really gives not just cops but also locals, shroomers and not, the shits. Talk of people sitting in the middle of town tripping balls and being ass holes in general are absolutely true, as with Balingup. Nannup is a fairly close knit community, about half mill workers bringing up families, half retirees plus a few alternative folk into things like yoga and other healing stuff. A few locals go shrooming but it's an overwhelming minority. Nannup is nothing like surrounding towns in the SW with all the tourists, crowds, shops and sea change crowd. So yeah the video is way over the top (ABC or not it's still the news) but nothing really when compared to the way people from outside treat this area and communities. Fair enough there's blatantly wrong information in it, but few people outside of researchers or niche communities such as ours here are interested in or understand psychedelics as medicine, and reporters and police aren't scientists. Doesn't mean propagating wrong information is OK but ultimately this comes down to the same old story - ass holes with no respect ruining it for everyone else. I know this opinion might not be popular with everyone but as a sometime local in Nannup, the problem isn't police or media, its overwhelmingly the result of dickheads with no concept of respect, for flora, fauna or communities.
  4. 8 points
    a jolly welcome to you! I got 5 or 6 iboga fruits to give away, and will split them into two lots. they are just starting to get yellow. I do get frosts at my place, but hope the seeds would still be ok. I don't know if those seeds get damaged by frost, but guess, it's unlikely, because my plants even survived ground frosts. as well a large amount of heimia salicifolia seeds {(please read planthelpers thread named heimia x- talls using only water) or similar name}, and very likely rifat clone seeds!! the rifat seed pods I will not dissect, but chances are, you will find seeds. the iboga seeds, I will only give to people with the right setup and experience, and the promise that you have studied torstens manuals. (: you have to convince me, either by replying to this thread, or privat message that you are the right person for this job. I will pay postage. ph/wc bashers need not apply. have a good one.
  5. 8 points
    Hi! I'd love another courtii, here's a few I have grown. P. S. I guess my number is 2?
  6. 8 points
    Here it is, people. Big FAT full-grown MOTHER PLANT examples of different clones! Over the coming days and weeks I'll be gathering up as many pics of our finest Trichocereus mother plants. So feel free to add to this as much as possible. From what I've noticed there are very few large established plants that are still in good condition now-a-days, as most are getting ransacked for cuts. A lot of people have never even had the joy of seeing a 30 year old trich in the flesh, so Here's a collection of our finest tricho examples from Australia (and all around the world) . Hopefully the glory days of these massive Trichos will return someday, but for the next few years I think the best we will have is our photo archive. So once again, please add to this as much as possible. Pics can be of any named clone, as long as they are either original motherplants or mature plants of say 10 years old or more. Any publicly available pic can be posted (preferably with credits), but if you're not happy with me using one of your pics then let me know and I'll remove it. Anyway please enjoy this random collection of our finest trichocereus mother-plants
  7. 8 points
    Hey how are ya? Past couple months been tough on lots of folks, to take my mind off things I've been doing whooooole heap of grafting. I'd like to share the love with the community that has often given so much and asked for little in return. I have five beginners grafting packs to give away AUS only I'll pay shipping just comment here and agree to post follow up pics ITT good or bad all part of the learning process and lord knows I've killed a few... Pack will include: 2 x 10 Cm rooted pereskiopsis No. 21 Swann-Morten scalpel blade Length of 'Parafilm' 20 Seeds of my first eva set fruit Yowie x Bridgesii Parafilm is what is used to seal petri dishes in pool smelling lab coat kebab shops where the latex flows like wine. The fancy film is a very breathable - incredibly stretchy - super duper amazing version of gladwrap that sticks to itself when stretched even when it's wet!!! It allows the home grafter to set grafts without the need for a humidity chamber and also ensures a better vascular connection and faster growth through the use of downward pressure. I will post a parafilm tek before your beanz pop so just focus ppl, cmon ok? Get the pack first! geezQ!! George Sass Op (interbeing) 2 Month progression from grafting with pfilm tek.
  8. 8 points
    It's a melted story that one has to experience......then you will know - it's name. Wild horses dragged out the truth from the keepers of it's origin but alas none were capable nor worthy of it's safe keeping. It comes from way way back in the time before dinosaurs and amoeba. It was a fable shared only to fable tellers and foible spellers. The name that mustn't be spoken or uttered. Hence it's unknownence was only spelt in sand and none will henceforth be able to retell - the story on the bridgesii NAT unless you were there at the fair that was the meltednat day -and that's a fact. Do not utter these words again because i would be remiss to remind you of your misguided and misplaced eagerness to attach a monetary value to it's existence.
  9. 8 points
    Of course many people want to believe it's a hoax because of the existential threat if it is real. Denial is a normal stage of grief, and often a natural way to cope with something which is very difficult to accommodate in our minds. The pandemic is a full-on thing that is happening and it is very natural and understandable to want to deny the harsh reality. But unfortunately it can also lead to unnecessary risks such as not taking precautions and spreading misinformation. The countries that deny its existence have had the highest death tolls. I think Australia was bloody lucky to have more time to respond than many other countries that got hit first. We got to see how bad it was elsewhere so we started to take it seriously. Early on we did a piss-poor job so we should all be very grateful it has not been worse here. Hertz went bankrupt today, as have many other big corporations (eg., Virgin Australia, JC Penney, many cruise ship operators and many more): https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/15/these-companies-have-filed-for-bankruptcy-since-the-coronavirus-pandemic.html EDIT: Here is a list of Australian Target store closures coming up as well: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-05-23/which-target-stores-are-set-to-close-or-become-kmart/12279722 I can also recall the reports of refrigerator trucks filled with bodies in the USA, and ice rinks being used as makeshift morgues in Maryland (USA) and Madrid (Spain). There are photos of this online. To be honest I can't see how some people can continue to believe that COVID-19 is a hoax. The impacts on business and consumer confidence are against the interests of those in power. Unfortunately this is real and hopefully we will continue to manage it as well as we have so far in Australia. There was always going to be another pandemic at some stage, and there will be more in the future. I don't see why some people think it's not plausible because it was always inevitable.
  10. 7 points
    Ok I have one only Acacia courtii seedling to give away. Post a sequential number, and a pic of an acacia you have grown, preferably from seed. I would prefer this little one goes to someone with some experience growing acacia, to know that it will be looked after. The seed was given away here by @communacacian for wattle day 2 years ago (holy shit time flies) Approx 25-30cm tall. Postage covered by me, not to WA or Tas due to plant quarantine restrictions. Australia only. The winner will be chosen by random number generator at about 8pm on Wednesday 7th October Pics when I get home from work
  11. 7 points
    Just a few photos. Found on the outskirts of Manang, at around 3600 m At Tilicho Base Camp at around 4200 m. Small plants in the fresh snow at high altitude, at around 4800m, outside of Gokyo. As above. It was difficult to tell whether the yak was grazing on the Ephedra itself, or only the grass around it. Not the most palatable of plants.
  12. 7 points
    Bit of an old thread, but i'm interested in the topic and feel I have a worthy story to share. I'm new here btw, been a long time lurker, applied for an account but wasn't approved until just recently. Normally I wouldn't share this story with strangers but i've seen that the general vibe is good here and it will be well received. Years ago, during a tumultuous period of my life brought on by an unfortunate series of circumstances and exacerbated by general emotional ineptitude, I found myself with my arms raised to the heavens begging for elucidation as to the knowledge that had hitherto remained hidden from my mind. I was adamant that there was something greater than the ins and outs of the capitalism, consumerism and materialism that permeated the culture I had been born into. Absolutely surrounded by this vapid culture I had been struggling to survive; emotionally and physically, and so I found myself at the end of my rope with my arms outstretched in a desperate and defeated attempt to extract some grain of truth amidst the perverted falsehood of my environment. One night, not long after my appeal to The Great Unknown, it seems I had my wishes fulfilled and I found myself in a state of what I can only describe as bliss. This state was characterised by a curious mixture of extremes. At once, I was both very relaxed, having no need for anything and with no urges or impulses appearing within me, yet i was also very energetic and passed the night without sleep. I found myself without fear and even felt that if I was to be threatened with imminent death at that very moment I merely would have smiled and accepted it as it was. It seemed to me on this night that there was nothing to fear in this life and that death itself was but a journey in itself. I honestly cannot explain what I did in my room that night as I cannot remember doing anything in particular and only remember the realisations I have just explained. My memory returns as the sun returned that morning. I left my room and walked to a local man-made nature reserve; Tempe Lands, a sad little section of environmental mimicry situated atop an old dumping ground that had been sealed, to some degree, with concrete. Between the sounds of the Princess Highway and the Sydney airport it would have been difficult to have heard the sounds of the wildlife. Luckily that wasn't a problem as there simply was no wildlife to be heard. Although the ponds had been filled with water, the embankments planted with Lomandra and surrounding area covered with Eucalypts life had simply refused to be so easily swayed into returning to the land. In my previous ambles through the area I had found myself grateful for the opportunity to escape the suffocating mass of concrete, antennas and exhaust fumes of the greater inner west, yet I was always left with a feeling of emptiness that matched the emptiness of that ecosystem. However, on this particular morning, as the suns rays shone through the branches of the trees, I found myself in a world of absolute beauty, as if I was reborn as a child, enamoured by the wonder of the world. I explored the delicate details of the bark, I savoured the swelling sounds of the leaves as they danced in the breeze and I stood in awe at the incredible sight of creation. Then it happened. As I circumambulated the perimeter of one of the ponds I was suddenly stopped in my tracks as three yellow-tailed black cockatoos swooped through the vicinity, alighting upon separate trees. One cockatoo in particular chose a branch just above where I myself was standing and as it sat, watching me, I soaked in its beauty, before it flew on, right over my head, spreading its wings and tail feathers in a display of such impressionable beauty that the stunning yellow pattern of its tail feathers are forever burnt into my memory. Needless to say I was left standing under the tree in amazement, unsure of what I had just experienced but grateful nevertheless. Not long after, I found myself sitting in the grass on a hillside overlooking the airport and watching the sun rise higher into the sky before I was visited by an exhaustion so suddenly that I fell asleep right there and then for a few hours. Upon waking I found myself to be in a state that more closely resembled my usual state of mind. No longer was everything soaked in dazzling beauty and no longer did I find myself devoid of all impulses. yet I hadn't forgotten the hours before my slumber and I now looked upon it as one does a very strange dream that feels more real than reality itself. I Never forgot that black cockatoo and I always cherished the memory of that night. Over time I began to wonder if there was a reason I had met the cockatoo, a reason it had sat there so still and looked deep in to me with its little black eye. I found it a peculiar place for such a bird to be, surrounded by a city of 5 million people. After all i'd never seen or heard of anyone else who'd seen a black cockatoo in those parts before. I decided to investigate what the black cockatoo could mean. I found myself on a site called wildspeak.com. Now I don't know who the author of this website is, or from what authority they write from, but I was amazed to find that the attributes given to the black cockatoo reflect perfectly the emotional and spiritual state I found myself in that night. The first line reads "The black cockatoo represents the power of spirit come into your life." The last section explains that "Black cockatoo tells us that everyone has beauty on the inside, everyone. Even people in prison, even those who have committed unspeakable acts. Black cockatoo reminds us that no matter how ugly we feel, or how corrupt, there is a space of beauty inside every soul that is incorrupt and pure. Through the presence of this great bird, we can learn how to access it, to transform our opinions of ourselves and the world in general." Thank you for reading my story. I hope you enjoyed it, as I enjoyed writing it and recalling the experience in detail. If you have any thoughts please share them.
  13. 7 points
    Jeesus h. $50 for 30 grams! Mate next time hit me up, I'll fill a bag for you for the price of postage. Harvesting vine, the thicker the better. Anything around a finger thickness is fine for a brew. I find fresh vine makes a sweeter tasting brew than dried, but either is fine. Dried is easy to measure doses, say 90g dried per serve. Fresh, you need to estimate what the water content is, and I usually go for 150g per serve. You can make an extract if you're wanting to capsule it or for other uses. Vine is MUCH MUCH easier and less messy than leaves, even though by weight leaves contain more active alkaloids. Brews made with leaves don't settle as well as vine. You end up with a very fine suspension. Not really an issue if you just want a brew. If you're extracting, you might find adding a clearing agent like gelatin might help clear your solution before basing. All theoretically speaking of course... You can cut your vine right back to a stump and it will shoot again, faster and thicker. I mostly wait until my vines fall off their supporting trellises and cut. This wind usually helps. Even small tendrils are worth saving for use.
  14. 7 points
    I wouldn't get too hyped out. There's always a lot of crazy shit going on on the internet. People say the media pushes fear but its more like the internet nut-jobs that are pushing fear, so don't buy into it. Government institutions taking caution is not pushing fear either, it's actually what you'd WANT them to do. And just remember the whole bird-flu thing. Some people went stark raving mad over all the conspiracies and fear-mongering, and then it all just ran it's course without causing the world to end. Just take sensible precautions and you'll be safer than what you'd usually be. Just look at how cases of the flu has dropped this year thanks to social distancing measures. Once a vaccine comes ut and most of the population gets it, the virus will be stopped in it's tracks so you may be able to avoid the vaccine if you really object to it. People only take vaccines because it's the lesser of two evils. No one really WANTS to inject some foreign substance into their body, but if it stops them from dying they'll begrudgingly acquiesce. As for gold. it's already on a run, but remember, any (or all) major governments who want to rescue their economies could at any time dump their gold reserves on the market, crashing it's value. So you wouldn't want to be stuck with it in your hands when the ship goes down.Also if there's a war, Governments can make Gold bullion illegal to own as it gets classified as a strategic resource, and you MUST sell it to the government in return for their 'worthless' paper money. You'd wanna hope your side wins because the losing side just ends up with hyper-inflation and piles of worthless paper notes. Doomsday prepping is a good idea, but I don't think the virus is our biggest concern. -War is.
  15. 7 points
    I was tidying up my seed stash and have put together a few bundles of ethno seeds. Did a giveaway on sabs fb group and I’ve got 1 seed bundle left to give away for SAB forum peeps with 9packs of seeds: hbwr, syrian rue, n.rustica, n.tabacum, a.acuminata, Heavenly blue Mg, op giganteum poppy, mugwort & d.stramonium. All viable seed and useful additions to your garden. If you are interested in growing these just drop a comment and I’ll randomly pick a recipient in the next day or so. pick up Gold Coast area or I can post it to you. ***AUSTRALIA ONLY***
  16. 6 points
    Hey folks! Its been a hectic few months getting this years list sorted, I'm very proud to announce It's finally done! I haven't been active here lately so I wanted to release it here first before I post it on my site and on social media. Some types are very limited ;) All packs contain 30 seed, some are available in bigger quantities. There are three Master Grower Packs (one pack of each cross) unspoken for. Valued at $2055, price is $1600 (22% off). PM me if you would like to put a deposit on one. Photos can be seen on my site at www.trichocereus.com.au & on my Facebook (Rodni Chisar & Trichocereus Australia) & instagram (trichocereus_australia) pages. To place an order email me at [email protected] Please bare with me for a response. 1. Lobivia sp. ‘American Beauty’x Soehrensia sp. ‘Hot Red’$4 2. Lobivia sp. ‘American Beauty’x Soehrensia sp. ‘Pink/ Red’$4 3. Lobivia sp. ‘American Beauty’x T. chilensis v. Longispinos$6 SOLD OUT 4. Melocactus horstii $6 5. Oreocereus celcianus$4 6. Soehrensia‘Flame’x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’$6 7. Soehrensia‘Hot Red’x T. lamprochlorus $4 8. Soehrensia sp.‘Yellow’x Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’$4 9. Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red' x Soehrensia sp ‘Yellow’$4 10. Soehrensia sp. ‘Yellow’x T. chilensis ‘Dawsons’$6 11. T. bridgesii 'SAB SS' x (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $4 12. T. bridgesii ‘Ben’x T. bridgesii ‘Loraine’$6 13. T. bridgesii ‘Ben’x T. peruvianus ‘Norma $6 (100-$15) 14. T. bridgesii ‘J18’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #2’$4 15. T. bridgesii ‘J18’x T. riomizquensis$6 16. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. bridgesii 'SAB SS’$6 (100-$15) 17. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. pachanoi) X (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $6 18. (T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. pachanoi) X T. pachanoi ‘KK 339’$6 19. (T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. pachanoi) x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’(Master pack only) 20. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. peruvianus ‘Norma’$6 21. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$8 22. T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. sp. ‘J1’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 23. T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’x T peruvianus ‘Norma’$6 (100-$15) 24. T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’x T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 25. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’ x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #2’$8 (100-$20) 26. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 27. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) $8 (100-$20) 28. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$8 (100-$20) 29. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X T. peruvianus ‘Los Gentiles’$8 (100-$20) 30. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’$8 (100-$20) 31. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 32. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X T. peruvianus ‘Trent’$8 (100-$20) 33. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) X T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$10 (100-$25) 34. (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) XT. macrogonus ‘KK 2176’$8 (100-$20) $202 35. T. bridgesii ’33’X (T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. pachanoi) $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 36. T. bridgesii ’33’X (T. bridgesii x T. peruvianus ‘Jordan’) $8 (100-$20) 37. T. bridgesii ’33’X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) $8 38. T. bridgesii ’33’x T. macrogonus ‘KK 2176’$8 (100-$20) 39. (T. bridgesii x T. peruvianus ‘Jordan’) X (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $8 (100-$20) 40. (T. bridgesii x T. peruvianus ‘Jordan’) X T. peruvianus‘TA 07’$8 (100-$20) 41. T. chilensis ‘Dawsons’X (T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis)$8 (100-$20) 42. T. chilensis‘Dawsons’x T peruvianus ‘Norma’$8 (100-$20) 43. T. chilensis ‘Dawsons’x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’$10 (100-$25) 44. T. chilensis ‘Wavy Ribs’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’$10 SOLD OUT 45. T. chilensis v. Longispinos x Soehrensia sp. 'Hot Red’$10 (100-$25) 46. T. chilensis v. Longispinos x T. sp. ‘Binnie'$10 (100-$25) 47. T. cuzcoensis 'CC' X (T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis)$4 (100-$10) 48. T. cuzcoensis 'CC' x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’$6 49. T. cuzcoensis 'CC' x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’$4 (100-$10) 50. T. cuzcoensis 'CC' x T. pasacana ‘Dawsons’$8 51. T. cuzcoensis 'CC' x T. sp. ‘J3’$4 (100-$10) 52. T. gladiatus x T. sp. ‘Big Boy’(Red Flower) $6 53. T. huanacoensis x T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’) X T. peruvianus ‘Ivan’$8 (100-$20) 54. (T. huanacoensis x T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’) X T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$10 55. (T. huanacoensis x T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’) X T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’$10 (100-$25) 56. (T. huanacoensis x T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’) X T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$10 (100-$25) 57. T. huascha (Red Flower) x T. shichendanzii ‘Pink’$6 58. T. huascha (Yellow Flower) x Soehrensia sp. ‘Yellow Flower’$6 (100-$15) 59. T. huascha (Yellow Flower) x T. sp. ‘Big Boy’(Red Flower) $6 60. T. knuthianus 'Dawsons' x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 61. T. macrogonus ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 62. T. macrogonus ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus ‘Norma’$6 (100-$15) 63. T. macrogonus ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis)$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 64. T. macrogonus ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus ‘Short Spine’$6 (100-$15) 65. T. macrogonus ‘Fields’x T. sp ‘J1’$6 (100-$15) 66. T. macrogonus ‘Fields’x T. sp. ‘J3’$4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 67. T. macrogonus ‘KK 2176’x T. bridgesii ’33’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 68. T. macrogonus ‘KK 2176’x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #2’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 69. T. macrogonus ‘KK 2176’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’$10 70. T. macrogonus ‘Tripsis’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’$10 (100-$25) 71. T. pachanoi 'Fields' Hybrid x T. pachanoi ‘RP 01’$4 (100-$10) 72. T. pachanoi 'Fields' x Open$3 (100-$7.50) 73. T. pachanoi 'Fields' x T peruvianus ‘Norma’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 74. T. pachanoi 'Fields' x T. cuzcoensis ‘CC' $4 75. T. pachanoi 'Fields' x T. pachanoi ‘2’$6 (100-$15) 76. T. pachanoi 'Fields' x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’$6 77. T. pachanoi 'Fields' x T. pachanoi ‘Rod’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 78. T. pachanoi 'Fields' x T. sp. ‘J1’$6 (100-$15) 79. T. pachanoi 'PC' x T. cuzcoensis ‘CC' $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 80. T. pachanoi 'Yowie' x T. pachanoi ‘Rod’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 81. T. pachanoi ‘2’x T. pachanoi ‘Fields' $6 82. T. pachanoi ‘2’x T. pachanoi ‘Hanh’(Master pack only) 83. T. pachanoi ‘BK 08611.5 x T. macrogonus ‘KK 2176’$10 SOLD OUT 84. (T. pachanoi ‘Fields x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1) X T. bridgesii ’33’$4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 85. T. pachanoi ‘Fields’X (T. pachanoi ‘Fields’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’) $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 86. T. pachanoi ‘Fields’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’) X (T. huanacoensis x T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’) $8 (100-$20) 87. T. pachanoi ‘Fields’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’) x T. pachanoi ‘Goliath’$6 88. (T. pachanoi 'Fields' x T. peruvianus ‘Rosie #1’) X T. pachanoi ‘BK 08611.5’$10 89. (T. pachanoi ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1’) X (T. pachanoi f. monstrose x T. pacahanoi ‘Huanacabamba’) $10 90. (T. pachanoi ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1’) X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) $6 (100-$15) 91. (T. pachanoi ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1’) X T. pachanoi ‘Fields’$6 92. T. pachanoi ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1’) X T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$8 93. (T. pachanoi ‘Fields’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1) X (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $8 94. T. pachanoi ‘Goliath’x T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 95. T. pachanoi ‘J8’X (T. pachanoi ‘Juuls Giant x T. pachanoi) (Master pack only) 96. T. pachanoi ‘Jims Fat’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$8 97. T. pachanoi ‘Justin' x Open $4 98. T. pachanoi ‘Juules Giant’x Open) X T peruvianus ‘Norma’$4 99. (T. pachanoi ‘Juules Giant’x T. pachanoi) X T. sp ‘Tripsis #2’$6 100. (T. pachanoi ‘Juules Giant’x T. scopulicloa) X T. pachanoi ‘2’(Master pack only) 101. (T. pachanoi ‘Juuls Giant’x Open) x T. sp. ‘Tripsis #2’$4 102. T. pachanoi ‘KK 339’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 103. T. pachanoi ‘Nothinks’x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’$10 (100-$25) 104. T. pachanoi ‘Rod’x T. cuzcoensis ‘CC’$4 105. T. pachanoi ‘Rod’X (T. pachanoi x T. pachanoi ‘Juules Giant’) $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 106. T. pachanoi ‘Rod’x Open$3 107. T. pachanoi ‘Rod’x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 108. T. pachanoi ‘Rod’x T. peruvianus ‘John’$6 (100-$15) 109. T. pachanoi ‘Rod’x T peruvianus ‘Norma’$6 110. T. pachanoi ‘Rod’x T. sp. ‘J1’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 111. T. pachanoi ‘RP 01’x T.macrogonus‘Fields’$6 112. T. pachanoi ‘RP 02’x T. pachanoi ‘Fields’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 113. (T. pachanoi x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’) X (T pachanoi ‘Juuls Giant’x T. scopulicloa) (Master pack only) 114. (T. pachanoi x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’) X T. bridgesii ’33’$4 (100-$10) 115. T. peruvianus ‘BK 08612.4’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 01’$10 116. T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’X (T. huanacoensis x T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’) $10 117. T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’x T. peruvianus ‘Ferret #2’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 118. T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #2’$8 (100-$20) 119. T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 06’$8 120. T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$10 (100-$20) 121. T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$10 SOLD OUT 122. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1' x Open$4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 123. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1' x T. sp. ‘J1’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 124. T. peruvianus 'Dawsons #1' x T. sp. ‘J3’$8 (100-$20) 125. T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #2’x T. macrogonus KK 2176$8 (100-$20) 126. T. peruvianus ‘Ferret #2’x T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus $8 (100-$20) 127. T. peruvianus ‘Ferret’X (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#3) $8 128. T. peruvianus ‘Ferret’x T. terscheckii ‘Werribee’$10 (100-$25) 129. T. peruvianus ‘Fitzroy’x T. pachanoi ‘Fields’$4 (100-$10) 130. T. peruvianus ‘Fitzroy’x T. sp. ‘TA 06’$6 (100-$15) 131. T. peruvianus ‘G11’x T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' $10 (100-$25) (1000-$100) 132. T. peruvianus ‘Icaro’x T. peruvianus ‘G11’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 133. T. peruvianus ‘Ivan’x T. peruvianus ‘Los Gentiles’$8 (100-$20) 134. T. peruvianus ‘Ivan’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$8 (100-$20) 135. T. peruvianus 'John' x Open $4 136. T. peruvianus 'John' x T peruvianus ‘Norma’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 137. T. peruvianus ‘KK 242’X (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#4) $6 (100-$15) 138. T. peruvianus ‘KK 242’x T. bridgesii ‘J18’$6 (100-$15) 139. T. peruvianus ‘KK 242’x T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$8 (100-$20) 140. T. peruvianus ‘KK 242’x T. riomizquensis$6 141. T. peruvianus ‘KK 242’x T. sp. ‘Tripsis #2’$6 (100-$15) 142. (T. peruvianus ‘Len’x Open) X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. huanacoensis) $6 143. (T. peruvianus ‘Len’x Open) x T. peruvianus ‘Los Gentiles’$6 144. (T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis) x T. peruvianus ‘John’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 145. (T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis) x T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 146. (T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis) X T. peruvianus ‘Sausage Plant’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 147. T. peruvianus ‘Los Gentiles’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 06’$8 (100-$20) 148. T. peruvianus ‘Los Gentiles’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$8 (100-$20) 149. T. peruvianus ‘M2’X (T. bridgesii x T. peruvianus ‘Jordan’) $10 150. T. peruvianus ‘M2’X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) $8 (100-$20) 151. T. peruvianus ‘M2’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 01’$10 152. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' x Open $4 (100-$10) 153. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’$6 154. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' x T. macrogonus ‘Fields’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 155. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' x T. peruvianus ‘G11’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 156. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' x T. peruvianus ‘SAB Red Spine' $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 157. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' x T. sp. ‘J3’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 158. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' x T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 159. T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine' x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’$10 (100-$25) (1000-$100) 160. T. peruvianus ‘Nimbin' x T. pachanoi ‘KK 339’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 161. T. peruvianus ‘Norma’x T .macrogonus‘Fields’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 162. T. peruvianus ‘Norma’x T. pasacana ‘Dawsons’$10 163. T. peruvianus ‘Norma’x T. sp. ‘J1’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 164. T. peruvianus ‘Rosie #1’x T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$8 (100-$20) 165. (T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1 x T. pachanoi ‘Fields’) X T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #2’$6 (100-$15) 166. T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #2’X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. huanacoensis) $10 167. T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #2’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$10 (100-$25) 168. T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #2’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #2’$6 (100-$15) 169. T. peruvianus ‘Rosie #2’x T. sp. ‘Jodan’$6 (100-$15) 170. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’x T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’$8 (100-$20) 171. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’x T. peruvianus ‘John’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 172. T. peruvianus 'Sausage Plant’x (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $8 173. (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) X (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $8 (100-$20) 174. (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) X T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’$10 (100-$25) 175. (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) X T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 176. (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) X T. peruvianus Tripsis #1 $10 (100-$25) 177. (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) X T. peruvianus ‘Ivan’$8 (100-$20) 178. (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) X T. peruvianus ‘Los Gentiles’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 179. (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. huanacoensis) X T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$10 180. T. peruvianus ‘Short Spine’x T. pachanoi BK 08611.5 $10 (100-$25) 181. T. peruvianus ‘Short Spine’x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’$10 (100-$25) 182. T. peruvianus ‘Trent’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’$10 (100-$25) 183. T. peruvianus ‘TA 01’x T. peruvianus ‘BK 08612.4’$10 (100-$25) 184. T. peruvianus ‘TA 01’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$10 185. T. sp. ‘TA 02’x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 186. T. sp.‘TA 06’x T. peruvianus ‘Ivan’$6 187. T. sp‘TA 06’x T. peruvianus ‘M2’$8 (100-$20) 188. T. sp‘TA 06’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 189. T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’X (T. bridgesii x T. peruvianus ‘Jordan’) $10 190. T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’X (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $10 (100-$25) 191. T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’x T. macrogonus ‘Tripsis’$10 (100-$25) 192. T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$10 (100-$25) 193. T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’x T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$10 194. T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’x T. peruvianus ‘M2’$10 (100-$25) 195. T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 01’$10 (100-$25) 196. T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’x T. peruvianus ‘TA 07’$10 (100-$25) 197. T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’X (T. huanacoensis x T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’) $10 (100-$25) 198. T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. huanacoensis) $10 (100-$25) 199. T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’X (T. terscheckii-validus x T. bridgesii Psycho #1)$10 (100-$25) 200. T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’x T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$10 (100-$25) 201. T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’x T. sp. ‘Tripsis #2’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 202. T. poco (White Flower) x T. sp ‘J5’$8 (100-$20) 203. T. riomizquensis x ((T. pachanoi ‘Juules Giant’x T. pachanoi) $6 (100-$15) 204. T. riomizquensis x T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$8 (100-$20) (1000-$80) 205. T. santanensis X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS02’) $10 206. (T. scopulicola x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’) X (T. scopulicola x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1) (Master pack only) 207. (T. scopulicola x T. bridgesii ‘Tig’) X T. pachanoi ‘KK 339’$6 208. T. scopulicola x T. pachanoi ‘KK 339’$8 (100-$20) 209. T. scopulicola x T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$10 (100-$25) 210. T. scopulicola x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$10 (100-$25) (1000-$100) 211. T. shichendanzii ‘Pink’X (T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’x T. pachanoi) $6 212. T. sp. 'Big Boy' x (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $6 213. T. sp. 'Big Boy' x Soehrensia sp. ‘Yellow' $4 214. T. sp. 'Big Boy' x T. shichendanzii ‘Pink’$4 215. T. sp. ‘Dodie’x T. peruvianus ‘John’$6 (100-$15) 216. T. sp.‘J1’X (T. pachanoi x T. pachanoi ‘Juules Giant’) $4 217. T. sp.‘J1’X (T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis) $6 $326 218. T. sp‘J1’x T. sp. ‘J3’$6 (100-$15) 219. T. sp.‘J1’x Open $3 (100-$7.50) (1000-$30) 220. T. sp.‘J1’x T. cuzcoensis ‘CC' $4 (100-$10) 221. T. sp.‘J1’x T. knuthianus ‘Dawsons' $4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 222. T. sp.‘J1’x T. pachanoi ‘Rod’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 223. T. sp.'J3' x T. macrogonus‘Fields’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 224. T. sp.‘J3’X (T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis) $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 225. T. sp.'J3' x T. peruvianus ‘John' $6 (100-$15) 226. T. sp.'J3' x T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’$6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 227. T. sp. ‘Jodan’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosie # 2’$6 (100-$15) 228. T. sp. ‘Jodan’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$8 (100-$20) 229. T. sp. 'Kimuras Spiny Giant’x T. bridgesii) X (T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis) $6 (100-$15) 230. T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. pachanoi ‘Justin’$6 231. T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’X (T. pachanoi x T. pachanoi ‘Juules Giant’) $4 (100-$10) 232. T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’$6 (100-$15) 233. T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. sp. ‘Hebrew' $6 (100-$15) (1000-$60) 234. T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. sp. ‘J1’$6 (100-$15) 235. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#2) X T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$6 (100-$15) 236. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’S) X T. pachanoi ‘KK 339’$6 (100-$15) 237. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#4) X (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#1) $6 (100-$15) 238. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#4) X T. bridgesii ‘J18’$6 239. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#5) X T. peruvianus ‘TA 08’$6 240. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#8) X T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’$4 (100-$10) (1000-$40) 241. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#9) X T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$6 242. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#9) X T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$6 243. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. scopulicola) X (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’)$6 (100-$15) 244. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. scopulicola) X (T. pachanoi f. monstrose x T. pacahanoi ‘Huanacabamba’) $8 245. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. scopulicola) X (T. scopulicola x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #1) $6 246. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. scopulicola) X (T. terscheckii-validus x T. bridgesii Psycho #1) $8 247. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. scopulicola) X T. pachanoi ‘KK 339’$6 (100-$15) 248. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. scopulicola) X T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$6 (100-$15) 249. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. scopulicola) X T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$6 250. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. sp. ‘J3’. f. cristata. Revert) X T. peruvianus ‘Capital Cactus’$10 (100-$25) 251. (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. sp. ‘J3’) X (T. sp. ‘Super Pedro’x T. scopulicola) $4 (100-$10) 252. T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons’x T. bridgesii ‘Short Spine’$6 (100-$15) 253. T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons’x T. huascha (Red Flower) $10 SOLD OUT 254. T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons’x T. peruvianus ‘G11’$8 255. T. terscheckii 'Dawsons’x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’(Master pack only) 256. T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’x Open $8 257. T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #2’$10 (100-$25) 258. T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons Short Spine’x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons’$10 (100-$25) 259. T. terscheckii ‘RG-1’x T. peruvianus ‘Dawsons #2’(Master pack only. 15 Seed) 260. T. terscheckii ‘SA SS’x T. bridgesii ‘J18’$8 SOLD OUT 261. T. terscheckii ‘SA SS’x T. pachanoi ‘Goliath’$8 262. T. terscheckii ‘SA SS’x T. pachanoi ‘KK 339’$8 263. T. terscheckii ‘SA SS’X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) $8 264. T. terscheckii ‘SA SS’x T. sp. ‘Tripsis #2’$8 265. T. terscheckii ‘Snake’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$10 SOLD OUT 266. T. terscheckii ‘Snake’X (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#1) (Master pack only) 267. T. terscheckii/validus x Open $6 268. T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii ’33’$8 269. T. terscheckii-validus x T. peruvianus ‘TA 01’$10 270. T. terscheckii-validus x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$10 (100-$25) 271. T. terscheckii/validus X (T. peruvianus ‘Serra Blue’x T. bridgesii ‘SS 02’) $8 272. T. terscheckii/validus X (T. terscheckii/validus x T. bridgesii ‘Psycho0’#1) $10 273. (T. terscheckii-validus x T. bridgesii Psycho #1) X T. peruvianus ‘Rosei #2’$10 274. T. validus ‘Anak’x Open $6 SOLD OUT 275. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. macrogonus ‘Fields’$8 SOLD OUT 276. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. peruvianus ‘John' (Master pack only. 20 seeds) 277. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. peruvianus ‘Los Banos’x T. pallarensis) $8 SOLD OUT 278. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. peruvianus 'MG Red Spine’(Master pack only. 20 seeds) 279. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. peruvianus ‘Norma’$8 SOLD OUT 280. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. peruvianus ‘Rosie #2’(Master pack only. 15 seeds) 281. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. peruvianus ‘Tripsis #1’$10 SOLD OUT 282. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. sp ‘J3’$8 SOLD OUT 283. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. terscheckii 'Dawsons Short Spine’$12 SOLD OUT 284. T. validus ‘Anak’x T. terscheckii ‘Dawsons’(Master pack only) 285. (T. validus (Misplant) x T. pachanoi ‘PC’) X T. sp. ‘Jodan’$6 286. T. volianus x (T. bridgesii ‘Tig’x T. peruvianus ‘Len’) $8 287. Trichonopsis sp.‘Whiora’x T. peruvianus ‘John’$10 288. (Trichonopsis sp. ‘Whiora’x T. pachanoi) x T. shichendanzii ‘Pink’$8
  17. 6 points
    Entheogenesis Australis presents Garden States Microdose Livestream - From Sunday 5th July 11 am- 6:30 pm 2020 We are releasing the first talk in a new series taken from our recent Garden States Microdose Livestream. Caine Barlow's talk titled 'Australian Psilocybe and their Lookalikes' received a great deal of positive feedback. If you are a lover of mushrooms and the Psilocybe genus then this talk is for you. Title - Australian Psilocybe and their Lookalikes Synopsis While the Genus Psilocybe in Australia, is represented by few formally defined species, there are comparatively many more look-alike species. Many of them are poisonous, some can cause liver or kidney damage, some deadly. Being able to identify the lookalikes as well as the desired mushroom goes a long way to increasing your own safety and being able to help friends identify theirs. Foragers should know how to identify Galerina sp., Hypholoma sp., and those from the genus Cortinarius. Talk Slide Link http://www.entheogenesis.org/wp-conte... Bio - Caine Barlow Caine Barlow is a fungi educator who has been cultivating and studying fungi for 13 years. In 2019 he completed a Master's degree where his research project was to predict a preliminary conservation status for many Australian fungi. As a fungi educator, he is passionate about encouraging people to see fungi in a new light by demonstrating how easy they are to grow in kitchen and garden environments. He likes to inspire a sense of creativity in the cloning and propagation of mycelium, experimentation with different substrates, and how to hack together equipment. Through exploring the forests of Far South Tasmania, Caine's interest in fungi evolved from foraging to learning how to culture native species for conservation, and on to cultivating a variety of culinary and medicinal species. Then to further studies into mycorrhizal fungi, mycoremediation, and mycorestoration. When not growing fungi, Caine volunteers his time with MYCOmmunity applied mycology, and Fungimap. He is also a regular contributor, “trusted identifier” and administrator on a variety of fungi oriented website forums and facebook groups. Caine has an Instagram account "Guerrilla Mycology” where he blogs about his cultivation techniques and the ethnomycology of fungi he finds in the field. You can find Caine on instagram - https://www.instagram.com/guerrillamy... Support We're immensely grateful for your support of our botanical initiative. Entheogenesis Australis (EGA) pronominally a volunteer-run charitable, educational organisation that is in however in need of economic support. EGA is a registered charity, If your able we urge you to consider supporting our work via our web page- https://www.entheogenesis.org
  18. 6 points
    What leads you to think the cambium layer is the highest concentration? I'll run a few small changes experiments to see if it adds up, might take a while though. It's an interesting discussion for sure, but I'm not sure what difference it makes in the end though. If, for a length of vine, the majority of alkaloids are in the cambium, you would still need to cut the same length of vine to achieve the desired result. It would certainly be easier to process the whole cross section that it would be to remove only a part of the cross section. My experience with thicker vine leads me to believe it is stronger per weight than the same weight of thinner material. And thicker vine would have a higher proportion of core than thinner vine by weight, so my assumption is that the core holds the bulk. Maybe it's like cactus though. The green layer of outer flesh has the highest % but overall, often more total alkaloids are yielded by the white flesh due to its total weight. It's been a while since we have done any experiments like this here, back to what SAB used to be about; knowledge!
  19. 6 points
    ------------All gone------------- i have 2x 30ml syringes $35 each and a slant $45 this includes postage. this of my own isolate, first slanted 10/5/2020. The LC and a new slant was taken from this. so is a fresh culture. Note cultures from this fungi don't keep well in long term storage. 6 months max in the fridge. after this it will grow, but not fruit. offer is open only till monday midday. after that, it will be a week before i get another chance to post. put your hand up here and then pm your addy. i will be putting up grow log in the mycology section on this site by monday. including recipes i use. i am no expert, so be open to ideas and experiences.
  20. 6 points
    Here’s a song I wrote on a throwaway account that I thought was kinda cool Wisdom salutes those victorious in the ways of old for all time and being Insisting I change could be succumb to emotional states passing by Returning from zero point ok but not friendly The be all and end all is lying on my front porch dazed and confused
  21. 6 points
    Eileen from the OG grower reshroomeED
  22. 6 points
    Yes extremely polarizing but everyone needs to remember that we upon ourselves is not the enemy. Government has been slowly eroding our freedoms for yonks. Stay on the path and be true to yourself. Love..........................(yes love, is that such a foreign concept or is it something we've been forced to forget) yourself and others. Sometimes it's hard because it rubs you up the wrong way but its a concept i'm holding on too. Do not be fooled by smoke and mirrors, hold true and steadfast. Lockdown is a test(im a mexican) so don't fool yourself into a double double psych out about our future. Our liberties have been eroded yes, but don't let propaganda throw you down a rabbit hole of convenient lies. I won;'t be drawn into negativity, leave that for dumb, naive, uneducated fools. I believe in science and facts. Let's keep discussion vibrant but respect each other - remember to respect and love each other here because 'out there' it's a nasty place of intolerance.
  23. 6 points
    Hey all, cheers for the interest. If I had more seed would probably give to everyone but the chosen ones are @niggles @Acacia and @trichojester PM me your postal and will send this week.
  24. 6 points
    The truth of the story is. Nat is a person. He has grown and given away so many cactus over the years. Alot of those skinny wicked looking bridges he grew from seed and they're all really good plants to have in the garden. Nats a humble guy and is a really awesome grower and isn't a big fan of cactus names, only star ratings. So there really are so many nats. Some have gained particular fame. But the truth is there are no bad ones and if there ever was Nat would woodchipper them for the good of the future genetics of trichocereus. That's probably a four star plant
  25. 6 points
    So I just got the response from the attorney general about the petition to legalise cannabis is QLD. It was a large lecture about how cannabis is criminal and how they know best, their experts and drug courts are awesome and drugs are bad m'kay. Basically got told to fuck ourselves and stop being criminals. The petition needs to be done again and again till we get some social traction. Like I said before, I don't even partake, but this is something I feel strongly about. I know the difference between criminals and people living their lives. I can't tolerate these prohibitionist lies.