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    The older i get the less I know
  • Birthday 23/05/1982

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    Acacia obsessed, fungal fan, vine lover, cacti collector





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  1. kindness

    Warrigal greens

    Saw Warragul greens and figured maybe people were talking about the snake worm. Dayyyum. That’s my peeps.. best give them leaves a good wash or just take the lads from a bit further down the dunes away from any python pooping action!
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    Free white sage

    Mine is just about to flower for the first time which I’m pretty excited about
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    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    The ‘maggots’ are likely to be fungus gnat larvae, little bastards that they are.
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    Wanted: Kava plants

    Hey Kada, Just did a bit of a hunt around online re kava in Aus.. I didn’t realise we had made the sale legal within Australia now. Very cool. While searching for plants though I came across an article discussing making the commercial quality plants a pacific only item, as in no exports of commercial quality plants to Australia as the fear was the valuable market might be diminished by Australian growers. I came across this group: https://m.facebook.com/groups/902202100270368/ which might be a good place to ask for plants.. it’s apparently a pretty decent community. I don’t have fb so I can’t really vouch for it or anything but might be worth a shot. If importing internationally isn’t an issue as you say I would be trying to get some sweet varieties from the pacific! Looking at all this kava stuff has got me hungry for a numb tongue All the best for your search!
  5. Man, that was a very interesting rabbit hole to follow.
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    Bunnings finds

    I rescued a scop from there a while ago. Was in one of those tiny little pots.. can’t remember what they charge for them, maybe like $10. Saw one when I was there about a week ago.. usually found near the orchids and other small succulents/cacti indoors, (the shelf below the pachs in fyzygy’s photo)
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    Looking for Phleb seed

    Sounds good. Just had a read of the Phleb raising thread. Some good info there. Wish mine had survived… also just found this concerning culture of rhizobium, (or is it rhizobia? I dunno..) anyway. I’ll just leave it here coz I found it interesting: Culture Sample Preparation Carefully uproot a leguminous plant (sweetpeas, beans etc) Gently wash the roots using sterilized water to remove any soil, mud etc. Using a clean knife/blade, carefully remove/detach the nodules (which are visible to the naked eye) from the roots and place them in a container with clear water After washing the nodules, place them in a container with a solution of merculic chloride for a few minutes - this helps disinfect and remove any microorganismon the surface of the nodule Wash the nodules using alcohol and then wash with clean water several times Place the nodules in a test-tube and add a few drops of water (distilled water) Using a glass rod, crush the nodules to release the bacteria into the water Culture Procedure Gently pour mannitol-agar medium into 3 sterile test-tubes Add a few drops of the sample (rhizobium water) into the test-tubes using sterilized droppers Mix the contents thoroughly Pour the contents into different Petri dishes and incubate at 45 degrees Celsius Turn the Petri dish when the medium solidifies Allow the culture to incubate for about 3 days * Sample may also be collected from soil surrounding the roots of leguminous plant for comparison
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    Looking for Phleb seed

    Thanks for the info I’ve got a bunch of acuminatas and obtusi’s here that I’ve potted on a bunch of times.. they’re sitting at around 2/3yrs old. None have the nodules on their roots.. I’m keen to see if giving them some makes a difference to growth. I might get some of the tree lucerne stuff from eden seeds then.. they have a few options and I assume that would be the closest to Acacia? Here’s the link: https://www.edenseeds.com.au/?name=Category-Info-General&category=Inoculant
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    Looking for Phleb seed

    I’m not sure. My guess would be different acacias have relationships with specific bacteria but I’m also thinking that any is better than none? I would love to buy some meant for natives but I can’t find any..
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    Looking for Phleb seed

    Yeah cool. I’ll give it another few days and see if anyone can help. Not in any rush. Gotta get hold of some rhizobium.. was looking around for it online but I think I’ll just dig up some mearnsii roots and make some brew with that.
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    Looking for Phleb seed

    Cheers. Yeah no mention of hybridisation on the cactilicious site either… I had kind of assumed the eBay post was the same person but perhaps not.
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    Looking for Phleb seed

    Yeah I saw that, thanks :). Was hoping someone here had a few seeds. PD gifted me some back in the day but the ones I started died off and I lost the rest. If all else fails I guess I’ll spend the $40 for 20 seeds but hoped to find cheaper or swap here first.
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    Looking for Phleb seed

    Hi all, just wondering if anyone out there has some home grown Phleb seed they are willing to share with me. I have a a few things here I could trade or if $ are preferred could also do that. Hopefully some of peoples trees out there are producing seed now and I can join in and do my part to assist with the preservation of this special plant. cheers
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    Garden pics

    What a beautiful garden! Such healthy plants and looks like an awesome block. Big. Love ❤️
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