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About ace1928

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  • Birthday 17/12/1993

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  1. ace1928

    Grafting acacias

    There are a heap of cool grafted acacias for sale at bunnings so it should work. I think infi is on the money with needing to do it with more mature plants for the best success but young stuff should be doable as well.
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    Looking for acacias for landscaping

    Holosericea looks real nice. I think there is a solid amount of obtusifolia on the property already too. Where abouts do you guys suggest going to buy a few hundred or so seeds of each of those varieties? Pretty indifferent about any goodies in them, more just keen on the toughness of them and the nitrogen fixing quality.
  3. ace1928

    Looking for acacias for landscaping

    Not sure on exact climate zone but it gets pretty frosty over winter and very hot in summer. In the mountains though so unless we are in drought you get a bit of rain almost every day.
  4. ace1928

    Salvia d. mechanism of infertility

    Its self fertile and can also hybridize. I lost my mother plants and single hybrid years ago but it's doable without much hassle. I wouldn't be surprised if the native pollinator is the missing link as hand pollination seems to solve the "problem".
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    Seed suggestions

    Cactusstore.com has at least one of the aztekiums at a decent price, maybe hintonii and ritterii as well.
  6. ace1928

    Matucana Pachanoi seeds and clones

    Maois could be a big factor. Along with whatever other alks may or may not be present in each particular plant.
  7. Howdy all, Looking to buy some seeds/seedlings of a few acacias for a bit of a landscape feature wall. Up for suggestions for good varieties that either grow naturally bushy or respond well to pruning. Cheers
  8. ace1928

    Salvia D

    Also chasing a bit of this again
  9. ace1928

    2015 Australian Perpetual Free Trade Thread

    If anyone else is super keen I can do this offer again one more time
  10. ace1928

    2015 Australian Perpetual Free Trade Thread

    I'll take that offer Quasi-J I'll offer Selection of edible mushroom cultures incl.: - Blue Oyster, Pink Oyster, Gold Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Hypsizygus ulmarius and probably a few others (depending what is trying to break free) Large foil sheet of wild cube prints 50 x northern locale l williamsii seeds (mixed variety) 20 x bird of paradise seeds 5 x cycad seeds collected fresh (unknown species) 5 x ~10cm pieces of perskiopsis (to get you started with those button seeds) @Ajnadurga send me a PM and I'll sort you out with a couple little cactus tips and I think I have some chilli seeds, desert rose seeds and maybe even some acacia seeds.
  11. ace1928

    Edible Cultures for Sale Australia

    @jo myco No dramas at all. Flick me a PM and I'll help you out with any questions you've got. Sometimes I will disappear for a couple days or a week but I'll get back to you Cheers
  12. ace1928

    Edible Cultures for Sale Australia

    Thanks mate I'm hoping to end up with 2 - 3 times the number of species by the end of this summer. Finally have the space needed to set up some individual fridges and incubators to maintain such a varied library. Been a dream for a while
  13. Hi Everyone, My foray back into mycology is chugging along nicely. I've managed to get my hands on a number of edibles and am now hoping to offer some for sale to anyone else keen to get into the game Also open for trades for anything not on the list (I do have a few others on the way so trade isn't guaranteed if it isn't on the list but pretty likely) The next 2 - 3 weeks are pretty good for me in regards to uni study, then there will probs be 3ish weeks that I sort of disappear. Then I will be back and pumping out even more over summer. For orders of cultures I'd like to keep it to a minimum of 3 plates, don't have to be of the same species. Price is $15 per plate + postage. Happy to arrange pick up/drop off in the Hunter Area (and I pass by warnervale area of central coast frequently too). The list is: Shitake Enoki Swiss Brown DFAM - Victorian Origin Wild Pearl Oyster Monster - Victorian Origin Wild Pearl Oyster Victorian Blue Oyster Sordid Blewit - Lepista sordida Maitake Black Morel (morchella importuna) Elm Mushroom Hon-Shimeji/Beech Mushroom(brown) Paddy Straw Almond Agaricus (blazeii) Abalone Oyster (pleurotus cystidiosis) Pink Oyster Golden Oyster White Ferula (pleurotus nebrodensis) (Turkey tail currently cloning) Milky Mushroom (calocybe indica) I've also got some prints from wild sub, cyan and cube specimens from around the Hunter, Watagans and Bulahdelah region. I've also got some ready to go agar nutrient media that you just soak in water for a couple hours, dissolve as normal for agar, strain to remove sediment and then sterilise and go. Works out to be 120g of nutrient mix per 1L water. Could chuck in enough for 1L for $5. FYI, I sometimes disappear for a few weeks at a time. I have a tendency to get into a heap of projects at once and then go AWOL to get them finished. I will always get back in touch if we are half way through a trade/order or whatever. And if I go AWOL you are likely to get extras Cheers
  14. ace1928

    Keeping my eye on this!

    Did you end up getting some decent spore prints from them?
  15. ace1928

    What's the consensus on these?

    There is some definite bluing that I can see near the stem in those pics. I'm curious to know if a spore print was taken too. They look interesting.
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