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The Desert / Re: ID Cactus
« on: July 11, 2009, 10:29:48 AM »
The Seedling can also grow very tall if they don´t had enough light.
I think they want the cacti´s grow fast.
Quality is not the idea of a commercial cactigrower.  :tea:

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The Desert / Re: ID Cactus
« on: July 10, 2009, 05:13:30 PM »
well i think it was a regular mammilaria

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Oh i think i need the too much of the weed before i watch this lousy sitcom..
Better don´t...  :smoke1

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The Cybershack / Re: Macs vs. Windows PCs (again)
« on: July 02, 2009, 09:32:24 PM »
I have an Dualcore and my Windows Xp service pack 3 don´t crash after 2-3 days if it was on... haha
Mac is just for People who think it was "very" independent but isn´t so..
The MAC Platform use the x86 nowadays..
Very independent..  :beek:

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The Desert / Re: One of my babies....
« on: July 02, 2009, 08:26:22 PM »
Quote from: "japaholic"
I have to be honest, the reason I got interested in sacred cactus is for the effect mescaline has/had on my psychology. However, the longer I have had my 3 big peyote the less I want to harvest them. Im told they will grow back if done right but it still doesn't seem right. Thats the reason for getting into growing. After a few years I find I am quite into it, a bit like an obscure nerdy hobby.
But why can you say that you know that the cactus want to be eaten.  :baffled:
They speak to me every day and they wanna freak out if they know that :beek:

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The Desert / Re: Some Pics of my Collection
« on: July 02, 2009, 08:08:07 PM »
Quote from: "Zaka"
Irie Farmer,
Great Lophs....
Really plump, fat and healthy & beautiful flowers...
I'm jealous!!!
How old are they?
Respect
Z
I think the big one is 10-15 years ..
I´ve buyed all of the older ones.
And put them in my special soil.
Soil is very important for healthy Peyotes.
Dried Garden/lime soil with some lava and some mineralic components in a good mixture..
Light is important too.
I´ve got a shaded greenhouse and the trichos all grow there with aloe vera,aloe aborescens and some other funny loughing plants...  :   :tea:    :smoke1

Some of the Lophophoras from seeds flowers after 7-8 years.

I can´t say how old any cactus was.
Cause i´ve had too much of them..
It´s not under control anymore..  :blaugh:

Thelocactus lophothele from my big lophothele plant that rooted good..
But i lost some of the tiny ones i´ve cutted from the big plant

[attachment=2:3rthao5u]DSCN1912.jpg[/attachment:3rthao5u]

Syd What do ya mean with dig ?
My english is not perfect.

Oh sorry that i put a normal flower in this thread
But i like the pic very much

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At last just a williamsii with a interesting structure
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The Desert / lopho mania
« on: July 02, 2009, 04:24:17 PM »
A younger one

Texensis ??
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an older one
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Lophophora caespitosa
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The Desert / Re: Some Pics of my Collection
« on: July 02, 2009, 04:04:58 PM »
hi syd
this is one of the older ones
okay it´s regular
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it´s all blooming except the trichos
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but this williamsii is outstanding perhaps a hybrid i don´t know...
i´ve buyed it as a regular williamsii
[attachment=1:18h835a7]DSCN1785.jpg[/attachment:18h835a7]
Please explain me what is this.

i live in a much colder region so i put them all in a unheated greenhouse where´s enough heat that they can´t freeze

Next time i post some of the trichos who got crazy  :smoke1

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It´s crazy how they don´t legalize cannabis but they legalize heroin..
Heroin is a much heavier drug than weed.
But Weed is not a low drug at all.
Coffee can kill vour nerves too, but it´s legal.

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The Garden / Re: Artemisia absinthium
« on: July 01, 2009, 09:07:23 PM »
My Artemisia absinthum flowers every year.
Plant it in full sun at exposed areas.
There´s no way that they shouldn´t flower at all.
But don´t overwater them.

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The Desert / Some Pics of my Collection
« on: July 01, 2009, 08:46:14 PM »
hello cacti freaks
this is my first post, yes
i like to share you my grow skills if it was comparable to other regions
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Trichocereus peruvianus from seed
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from seed too

this is a nice cute lophophora williamsii from seed too
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Nothing should been eaten

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