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Halcyon Daze

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    Murdoch media empire's attack on democracy

    Suck Shyyt Rupert, hopefully he and his empire will be dead before the next election.
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    Pronouncing 'pachanoi'

    Yeah, say it with a Spanish accent and it all makes sense.
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    Post your track of the day

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    Meet up: Ipswich

    Saturday 4th of June at 12pm noon? Sounds good to me. Should be able to make it and hopefully bring a friend
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    *** cuts

    LOL, Good stuff Boof! You've earned yourself a top reputation here and we're with you all the way. It's all too easy to get scammed these days, and we all have to make a stand whenever it rears it's ugly head.
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    Post your track of the day

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    Post your track of the day

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    Happy Mother's day

    Happy Mother's day you MuthrF****S LOL. I only mention this because its a particularly good time of year to plant certain winter annuals. Flowers and veggies and the like.... Keep those thumbs green abd your hands dirty
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    Happy Mother's day

    Mmmm Mustard greens
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    Post your track of the day

    So sad.
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    Ephedra sp. cultivation notes and discussion

    Hey mate, loving this this epic discussion thread of yours, I'll have some time to finally read through it properly very soon. Just a quick question for anyone who may know, -Is it OK to use water trays with Ephedras? As-in the water collection trays under the pot. To give them better access to moisture and stop them drying out as fast. Sorry if this is a complete noob question, but yeah it's definitely not an area I have much knowledge in. Cheers for the help
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    Post your track of the day

    Really digging this awesome track about being cheated on.
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    Scott Morrison has dementia

    Funny but I just happened to be watching the Murdoch media tonight (what an experience that was) and they made no mention of it, only banging on about some slip-up from Albo last week. If it had come from a Labor person, that's all you'd hear about for the next 6 months.
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    North Queensland members

    Wish I could come mate, that would be awesome, but too far away Meets are just the best thing for plant people, so hope you find some like minded people in your area and have a ball
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    Meet up: Ipswich

    Can't really commit to anything for the next month or so, got a few spare days here and there though.
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    Psilocybin Mushrooms of SE QLD, Australia

    Was thinking of taking my camera out bushwalking in a new spot tomorrow. Hopefully get some cool snaps.
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    PC lookalike

    Was the cross made in Peru in the 1930s? That sounds a bit suss. Maybe if both plants were from that expedition and were more recently crossed. Anything's possible I guess but the whole story seems just a tad off in my humble opinion. Could definitely be a mix-up.
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    2022 Floods

    Good luck n take care to all affected. I know there are a few of us in those low lying areas like Nth NSW and below Wivenhoe dam etc. Let us know how you're coping and I'm sure we can help out in our own little ways when the time comes.
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    Tricho ???

    I've seen scop x bridge hybrids that come out looking just like that. With the super short spines and all. You'll never really know what it is, but you could probably just assume it's a scop hybrid. As it gets more mature you might form a better opinion on it.
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    Come back so much thicker and stronger after that storm damage a few years back
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    has anyone used Coconut Water for cacti?

    No way man, that's Crazy-talk LOL
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    Hello Corroboree from North Coast NSW.

    Should be able to hook you up with some cuts mate. Just need a couple days to finish moving house etc. Send me a pm if you can. Cheers ;)
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    Hello Corroboree from North Coast NSW.

    Welcome, great to see a few new members coming on board. What are your main areas of interest mate? Chasing anything in particular? Let us know n we might be able to sort you out with some goodies
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    Introduction: Hi , my name is Peanut.

    Hey mate, nice to meet you. Another keen fisherman right here To defeat a fish, first you must learn to think like a fish... But then you must also learn how to STOP thinking like a fish... I've found thinking like a cactus helps with that. Very meditative process actually. Pop along to a meet-up some time. Your local lads (and ladies) will sort you out. Have a great weekend and welcome to the community :D
  25. I use coarse forest-mulch for trichos ( mainly in plastic pots) and it works pretty fkn brilliant. The reason is that the mulch turns kinda spongey and soaks up a lot of water which seems to make my trichos really boom. Took me a couple years to understand just how fat n fast trichos grow with heaps of Sun, Ferts and WATER. Ya gotta get the triple combo happening and then BOOM! That's just for trichos though. And prickly pear I guess LOL Ok so this is going a bit off topic now, but you wanna design your whole system around what trichos love. Not try forcing the other way round. Just imagine how you'd grow the maddest monster weedy plants you could ever grow, and grow your trichos in the exact same conditions. You can't skip one element, -you need hot sun, high nitrogen, and heaps of water Now, the best thing I ever did when I had most of my trichos planted in your same drainage conditions was to place water trays under all the terracotta pots. They drink it up fast in terracotta pots, so the deeper the tray the better. It's just the whole wicking thing again. Don't worry about the terracotta pots too much, the trichos will soon explode those. Just keep them dry in winter. Plastic pots are pretty different and don't need the trays as bad as terracotta pots do from experience. I only really do it for terracotta that have lots of drainage crocks. For plastic pots I use the mulch which ends up as nice moist, fibrous sponges, but still very well oxygenated. The roots go full-monster down there.