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    Treat like a Pere or Ario?

    i got peres grafts, onto lophs and ario, which are healthy since 15 years. most importantly, don't repot with a potting mix which holds moisture much better, than the potting mix already used!! the worst, for many plants (catha ephedra & co) is a water line. water line is a term used, to describe, a soil which retains moisture, much better than another soil (in this case the soil the plant came with) as well in the pot, or even in the garden. i use searls seed rising mix, and like when it turns hydrophobic. most commercial potting mix is designed to, retain moisture, something you don't want for ario and co. saguaro, gave very good advice, regarding some issues! just water, once a 14 night and nothing much over winter, if the graft fails, cut the peres out, let the ario dry for weeks and than re root, onto searls seed rising mix, or cacti mix.
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    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.
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    you make a good point here, leaves might benefit from defatting, bark never needs to be defatted. it's a very sustainable source, yes but to be not an economic one. just give it time, be patient to grow for 7 years or so, before getting a haverest. use phalaris for a quick fix, but bark for real work. viridis is the best for aya, but bark, is less desirable for aya. i suspect there, is an issue with viridis, in the aqueous phase, and it doesn't like to move onto the solvent phase. would be interessting to do an experiment starting with b and not with an a....
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    Gumbi Gumbi Diaries

    two more lot's available, come on it's a freebie.
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    Iboga cultivation in Melbourne?

    not an easy plant to, grow big and to get lot's of seeds. i struggle even, i a very warm part of oz. iboga, is a very special plant, and ants know that better than us humans, so often she struggles in cultivation, because of amphids. ants place amphids onto iboba, and than milk the amphids, to get the medicine/drug. if ant's love a plant, humans should love it too.
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    root bark prep.

    and the more, issues you might create, at the zone where the organic meet's with the solvent. so i say, allthough finer is better, it can create problems. to me best is fresh, and only slightly manipulated, bark. dried bark, is almost useless, one can't pulverize wet bark well, so i assume your recovery will be minor...(because you got dry bark).
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    Passiflora Incarnata

    that's a good question, unspeakable 6 letter nick person.... i think to know, that some of the passifloras for eating get grafted onto passiflora caerulea, because of her virgor. vigor?
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    Passiflora Incarnata

    i would like on too, and will pm you. a great offer and a rare plant!
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    Gumbi Gumbi Diaries

    ok, i don't want to start a new tread, so do honor endorfinder even more. 1, pm me if you want gumbi gumbi seeds for free. 5 lots available, seed collected just days ago. 2, a good link Thompson_BSci_Honours_2014.pdf (usq.edu.au) 3, another good link https://www.mdpi.com/2304-8158/9/7/887/pdf
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    jobo imbecils

    he's just a very young driver, he's penis is small as shite... so he tries to compensate, with a large and noisy tail pipe... i hate jobo imbecils, who drive noisy cars. instead of growing up they still, go for the idea, to put a playing card, wedging a spokes of there push bike, to make, additional noice..
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    M.speciosa seeds

    tort, germinated the rifat clone, but intruders (darcy) call it something like 4 seasons kratom or so... so the rifat clone, grows into a tree displaying maybe 3 or 4 different growth stages. big leaves (a growth spurt) are displayed as well next to flowering branches, and branches already setting seed. most trees, go trough phases of seasonal development, ( big leaves after the season starts, than flowering, than seed capsule's are formed). rifat torts, clone display's all this normaly seasonal features at the very same time. in short, this kratom tree, doesn't go through seasonal phaseses of development, but produces them at the very same time. like an apple tree, displaying spring flush, spring flowers, and fall fruits at the very same time. thats rifats kratom. Hot Club of Hungary: Autumn Leaves - YouTube
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    Where's the legislation on caapi legality?

    i doubt you "buttsack", is/ are, in fact, smarter than most of us, who learned here. i think, "you" (topic wanker) are smart enticing tort!! tort seems to give you energy, but for years, he hasn't done that with any body else... tort, can come across, as arrogant, but his only mildly, he just knows a lot.
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    FREE gourd and bombilla for maté

    generous, but the zeitgeist hampers your efforts. super, opening post.
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    Variegated Caapi?

    wau, a varigated caapi, congrats topic starter!! junior members rock! i can retire now. ok, here's my input. yes virus, but some shamans might say, this virus made this plant more potent. i'm so luck,y to be with you all, bless you.
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    Looking for acacias for landscaping

    and if you want to reclaim mining pollution waste dumps, grow, Acacia holosericea! and some say, it contains goodies... Acacia holosericea - Wikipedia it's an absolute pioneer tree, like all the acacias, that's why we love them sooooooooooo much, hehehe.