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Halcyon Daze

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About Halcyon Daze

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    N/E NSW
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  1. Halcyon Daze

    new khat variety

    Don't you dare partake in it's euphoric glory one more time until you've propagated the crap out of it and shared it with the elders in this community. People live for this kinda opportunity, nay, honour! Picture yourself as Gollum and the ring. Wisdom, sacrifice, devotion. Good luck bro. If what you're saying is accurate, a huge responsibility rests on your shoulders. May the plant-gods shine their light upon your path and carry you safely on your journey
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    new khat variety

    Bullshit! Show us the rest of it
  3. Halcyon Daze

    Opuntia grafting guide

    Here's an old pic of a graft on to wild collected Opuntia tomentosa. The graft grew very nicely but you can already see the fungal spots appearing at the base of the pedro. I ended up tossing it, not worth it IMO. Just make sure your stock is clean, that's all I'm saying
  4. Halcyon Daze

    Opuntia grafting guide

    I used to use those velvety tree pear (Opuntia tomentosa ) with great success, it was a mad stock, the only problem is that all the wild plants are infected with that shitty fungal disease that gets straight into your grafts and spreads from there. If you're thinking of using it think again, even if it looks like the nice fresh opuntia growth is disease free, trust me it aint. Ive even had another SABster confirm this with me after he used it. Never again!
  5. Halcyon Daze

    Post your track of the day

    There's a surprise in this one
  6. Halcyon Daze

    All done

    I think there's vendors in Canberra who can legally sell you marjoram seeds...
  7. Halcyon Daze

    Meet up: Ipswich

    I may not be able to come unfortunately, due to my new rotating shift giving me a different day off every week. I'll know closer to the day which day I have off.
  8. Halcyon Daze

    Cactus vs. predator

    Rats have chewed my cacti a few times, and I certainly wouldn't put it past a hungry brushtail either. Chin up, soldier on
  9. Halcyon Daze

    Meet up: Ipswich

    That kinda suits me too actually
  10. Halcyon Daze

    IMG_1184

    Nice What strain we looking at here?
  11. Halcyon Daze

    Meet up: Ipswich

    I'm keen, and it sounds like a good way to go. A meet on the sat 20 of August. Do we roll out from there, or are we just gonna decide on a future camp date?? I don't mind where we camp personally. See you at the meet
  12. Halcyon Daze

    Options For Potent Anti-Anxiety Botanical

    Interesting, I've found that 1/4 of the staff are drug/alcohol dependent no matter where Im working. Anyway, one step at a time, but make the legal prescription a top priority. Just tell the doctor that you tried a friend's oil and it was a life changing moment for your sleep and anxiety. You have to sell your case a bit, and make sure he realises it's medicinal all the way, and you're 100% serious, no funny business. Anyway acceptance of medicinal cannabis is getting better by the month, people can't discriminate against you over a legal medication. How dare they!
  13. Halcyon Daze

    Now simmer down ...

    Nice poetry
  14. Halcyon Daze

    Meet up: Ipswich

    That's OK mate, what if we gave it over to Sharxx for this one? I remember camping along the river a number of times near Lowood and twin bridges. It was awesome back in the day. Could pretty much do whatever you wanted back then, but its a bit busier nowadays. Maybe we can all meet at the usual spot and then convoy it out to Sharxxy's top secret camping spot. I might be able to bring a canoe. Flick some lures, smash a few tinnies... go skinnydipping... all normal guy stuff hey fellas LOL
  15. Halcyon Daze

    Ready to sow. Bless ‘em.

    Wow, all the best!
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