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    Looking for acacias

    There is no such thing as sustainable harvest of Acacia rootbark.
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    S.divinorum

    Bravo!
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    covid 19 vaccination

    https://rumble.com/embed/vnmga7/?pub=4
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    Which mugwort?

    I think the other is Chinese Mugwort (A. argyi), the other 'Moxa' plant.
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    Great grower maybe sage?????

    looks like Leonotis leonurus. https://keyserver.lucidcentral.org/weeds/data/media/Html/leonotis_leonurus.htm check the second picture down.
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    Ashwagandha powder sourced from Australia

    pointers: -never buy powder, always whole bits of root then grind yourself. -sow your seeds anyway, whilst still looking for root sources. -contact https://theherbalist.worldsecuresystems.com/index , he grows his own, but may be reluctant to part with any non tinctured root. -if all else fails, why not whole root peices from India? Its the home of Ashwagandha after all.
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    Happy Birthday Torsten

    whoa...glad i dropped in. Happy Birthday Torsten!!
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    Indoor Ethnobotanical Plants

    Piper betle
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    Sick ficifolia

    they are drowning. get them out of that styro box & let them drain.
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    Favourite Ethnobotany related books?

    currently reading 'Tales of a Shaman's Apprentice' by another of Schulte's proteges, Mark Plotkin...interesting. Although his works are now widely considered to be at least partly fictional, the first three books by Carlos Castenada changed everything for me (way back then).
  11. https://www.change.org/p/https-www-tga-gov-au-protect-damiana-and-other-herbs-d58d5a3f-9c3c-4326-9245-6a98742896cc
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    Excerpts on Pituri

    this is also interesting http://lib-ojs3.lib.sfu.ca:8114/index.php/era/article/view/589/381
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    Tips on fertilising potted Catha Edulis plants

    Scale are a real pain with catha, however, they seem to prefer certain individuals and not others (identical clones, so there must be other variables). Darklight, your strain is much stronger and has more essential oil. It gives an inebriating stimulation, while the broadleaf strain gives a clear focussed stimulation. I am intrigued about individual plants that are not potent! If we cna work out what makes them weak, then we can probably increase the strength of our other plants by providing ideal conditions. Yeah, blog, too much water and good soil will cause strong growth at the expense of strength. However to get no effect at all is quite extraordinary. fertiliser?? we use only dynamic lifter (pelleted compost of chook manure and sawdust).
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    Gonoderma polypore?

    yep. G. australe i reckon
  15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XIMSbKU2oZM
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    Zingiberacea

    hey mate, A. nutans is a good cool weather Zingi with medicinal props... can send you a few rizomes with shoots if you want
  17. hey man,

    hope you're doin well.

    you wanna swap some red trumpet seeds for some mandrake (M. officinarum) seed?

    cheers

    loK

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    Desmodium gangeticum

    Desmodium gangeticum
  19. wow! good on you. i'll pick number 67
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    Ju-Hua

    looking for a rooted cutting of genuine Chrysanthemum morifolium (Bo-ju-hua or Gong-ju-hua) much to swap/trade or $ pm. loK
  21. is that a bit of random kanna pushing out from the left there WB
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    Jarrah Compost for wood loving shrooms

    yes, i have use their Jarrah mixed with Bluegum to grow Reishi & Turkey Tail. It is bagged dry so you need to soak it then bring it to field capacity before sterilizing/pasteurizing & inoculating. I think its better to use non-composted wood for these, altho thats not necessarily so for other fungal ventures.
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