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  1. illogicalBrew

    What kind of Loph?

    Thanks for your reply. Very observant with the 3rd pup. Will another pup form where there is a small split at the front (pictured original post), or is this just a case of overwater/fertilising?
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    Takeaway Tek

    Thanks all
  3. illogicalBrew

    Takeaway Tek

    Right, I thought opening the containers was too much of a humidity shock?
  4. illogicalBrew

    Prune Khat

    Thanks PH and others. I'll wait a little longer before pruning. Out of curiosity, how is pruning best done? Admittedly, it's been dry for a while when I took the photo. Lots of rain recently so will look for a colour change. I do have a red which is obviously more candy red. Evident in the suckers I pulled a couple months back. Foreground: narrow leaf in question sucker, mother in original picture above Background: red sucker
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    Prune Khat

    Thanks for that. Will growing tall or bushy produce more yield?
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    Plant suggestions ...

  7. illogicalBrew

    Prune Khat

    Thanks for that. Yes sold to me as a narrow. Took it at face value initially, now sceptica seeing it growl. I did pull four suckers from the base, none of which I have managed to kill yet.
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    Prune Khat

  9. illogicalBrew

    Are they lost?

    Many thanks for your prompt replies. My brother in his Fly in Fly out routine put them under cover 2 weeks ago before cyclone (no rain but not much sun either: Min 20, max 30 degs temp). Mix is just searles cactus mix with some added perlite (the tall Panachoi has survived a few Brisbane rain seasons (including floods) in this and thought it would be okay for the others, although now they are in Airlie Beach). The white/black stuff is just a slight layer of pebbles (layer on bottom of pot as well). My understanding is that they could survive wet, provided drainage and heat. For comparison when I first got them 3 months ago:
  10. illogicalBrew

    acacia id