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    King of bitters

    Very cool herb
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    The future of tricho breeding in Australia

    No it won't , You need a lot of info on your new ''cultivar' , grow out trails, breeding programs and so on. This is only for recognised registration for plant breeds. Cactus and most succulents you don't need to do any form of registration, Aloe breeding is a good example, There's a load of new cultivars being ripped off by other collectors.. Names are popping up everywhere of the same cultivar. Same with trichocereus I believe but what can we do ? Go with Flow? Just put 'RARE' on the listing, BOOM
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    My lovely little paradise

    Thanks very much bogfrog, It took many years of hard work to finally buy a good block of land but it's a must if you want a epic garden ..
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    My lovely little paradise

    Thanking you
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    My lovely little paradise

    Cheers guys
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    My lovely little paradise

    A nice selection ..
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    WBs random photos

    Very cool, Great shots....
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    piper auritum

    Be careful it will take over your garden..
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    Cactus of the month year day thread? Which cactus is really shining for you right now?

    Wow, very nice
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    eBay/Gumtree finds

    For me to know and you to find out. Lol. It mainly happens to large cuts were moisture is lost and there's no airflow around the cut. I wouldn't worry about this one,
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    Banisteriopsis caapi

    beautiful
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    eBay/Gumtree finds

    Surfur dust it for back up
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    eBay/Gumtree finds

    Leave it, It's fine, Put it in the sun for a few hours. This happens when it's still wet and not callused due to moisture .[like watching a orange go bad] They needed to wait a few more days before posting
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    Cactus of the month year day thread? Which cactus is really shining for you right now?

    thanks, really like this clone at the moment..
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    Cactus of the month year day thread? Which cactus is really shining for you right now?

    Late september
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    My lovely little paradise

    finally spring is here, now we just need a lot of rain...
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    HUGE TRICHOCEREUS SPRING SALE! 

    Pm'd
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    Skin Disease, please help?

    Also this might help. well the ''Pest & disease control'' part http://www.yates.com.au/pdfs/au/plant-care/Cacti.pdf
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    Skin Disease, please help?

    No worries, I know of big cactus growers using yates anti rot to treat fungal problems and yes I have had good results using this and also using yates liquid copper..
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    Orange spots help

    Yates liquid copper fungicide and Anti Rot Systemic Fungicide. Hope it doesn't get to bad because it sometimes can spread fast inside. There's a few good topics on here about orange rot on loph's ...
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    Orange spots help

    This is a big problem with loph's, I would be worried. treat it now.
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    Skin Disease, please help?

    Go to a good nursery and get your product. Bunnings aren't really specialist Anti rot is good and works well. It's a liquid spray. The'' scaring'' is pretty common with TB's . TBM's are a good one for that black ooze that later turns to dry flaking shit. I would be worried about the orange dotting on top of the scaring. You have two fugal problems. If it was mine, I would cut off the unmarked tip and throw the rest and treat it. This is my opinion though.
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    Cactus Plant giveaway

    #17 please
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    Skin Disease, please help?

    Sulfur won't kill it. like mentioned you need a systemic fungicide , Some fungal problems can not be treated but if you use the sulfur and the systemic spray it will control outbreaks.. If you don't want to use systemic sprays best bet is it use copper based sprays and isolate the sick ones..
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    My lovely little paradise

    Hey, A few last colours of winter...
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