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    Very nice cacti, God!
    I see you tried planting one horizontally so that it would sprout many cacti - but they were only two. I'm asking myself how to achieve these kind of San Pedro "bushes" you see in nature (many many cacti seemingly growing from one spot)
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    They do that with no help . When they feel like it the just put up branches from the bottom of the cacti . The ones at the front nearest the light on the right hand side have all got a baby branch .
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    It's a beautiful day!
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    Those are absoutly beautiful Marijuana plants CM! You have done a good job growing them!

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    You have done a good job growing them!
    They are grown on ordinary soil, though I make sure they get a lot of it. I know very little about growing cannabis, but last year's harvest was great. No bugs, no over- or undernutrition, only loss of one plant due to theft. Here are some more pics from today.
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    Absoutly beautiful!

    I know very little about growing cannabis, but last year's harvest was great.
    Well you sure are doing a good job!
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    This is my peyote. You can see from the dry marks that it was sunburnt. It got it bad when the sun started to get stronger in the spring/summer. After it got sunburnt, I took good care of it, and took Goran advice, and it recovered. The whole outer part of the peyote was dried out, and after a few months of care, out emerged a green and lush peyote top.

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    It's born again!

    I found out yesterday that one of my three plants is male, so we moved it downstairs. I will not kill it, but keep it separate from the ladies and harvest it after a coupe of weeks. The male flowers are very fragile, but vaporizing them works fine. I did the same thing last year when I had two female plants on the balcony and three male plants in my garden.
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    CM, careful, the pollen stick on your clothes. It's their purpose in life to spread pollen and they are VERY good at it :wink:
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    Salvia

    Your salvia's are in desperate need of some Nitrogen!
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    Well, I guess it's too late, because a week ago the whole plant fell down. I put some parts in water, and they're doing quite well. The other parts are drying.
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    "Your salvia's are in desperate need of some Nitrogen!"

    Welcome to the forum . How can you see that ?
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    A Peyote mama
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    Phalaris grass babys
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOD
    "Your salvia's are in desperate need of some Nitrogen!"

    Welcome to the forum . How can you see that ?
    Hi GOD

    Thanks for the welcome.

    Just a guess. As someone else stated in another forum, and just my general knowledge of plants:

    Yellow leaves = nitrogen, magnesium or Iron deficiencies.
    Purple leaves = Phosphorus deficiencies
    Brown or scorched leaves = Calcium or Potassium deficiencies

    I could be totally wrong.
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    Beautiful peyote's GOD!
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    Thanks User .

    Thanks for the info Bighead . They look OK to me though . With cannabis plants the redness can be caused by cold or be genetic . Look at the red plant in the "Sick buds" thread . Its genetic in those type of plant . It had enough fertiliser and it was august . It wasnt the only red plant i had loads of them .
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    2 shiva's, powerplant and early girl
    They are now flowering and bigger!
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    very nice plants.

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    VERY NICE!!! Those are massive plants.
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    My incubation garden :)

    My vivarium not much going on in there now...

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    acacia + 2 peruvian

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    Re: My incubation garden :)

    Dood... I have to learn more about plants so I can grow them. Wasn't born with the green gift, only a love for the green. Yours look fantastic though. Vivariums are sweet, I used to be BIG into aquariums. Have you ever looked at setting up a planted terrarium with reptiles or small mammals? Or a planted paludarium with fish and/or amphibians?

    If someone wanted to get creative, they could start up a psychedelic paludarium with Salvia and other small psychotropics/psychedelics and put in a couple Sonoran Desert Toads. You can collect psychedelics from the system periodically. That's a useful vivarium!
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    Re: My incubation garden :)

    Hence my plan to have a large green house built on my property
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    Re: My incubation garden :)

    That's a dream of mine as well. Peyote is legal in Canada, I wish to farm it
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    Re: My incubation garden :)

    nice sprouts, going to try cactus from seed in the fall

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    Psychedelic garden (seasonal) - advice

    I'm interested in an outdoor garden and would like advice on plants for my area.
    I live near toronto (ontario canada) and am particularly looking for advice on seasonal plants for spring summer and fall.

    Anyone from the area or similar have any advice?
    I would consider myself novice-intermediate experience. Any and all suggestions welcome...I will investigate my local laws :wink:

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    Re: Psychedelic garden (seasonal) - advice

    Uh,

    Indoor growing is going to be best for you for most plants, otherwise for outside:

    morning glories - LSA
    Marijane... obviously.
    Questionably -> Phalaris grass (although, yeah, this is STILL up in the air as to research).
    If you wanted, Datura, although this is an especially dangerous and not often fun psychodelic...

    Most psychodelic plants are found near the equator, and if you have no chemistry skills, piper auritum and sassafras aren't going to be any good to you .

    I would personally buy some Hawaiian baby woodrose, morning glories (the blue flower kind), and some phalaris grass.

    There are plenty of other plants you can grow up there that can be used for non-psychoactive teas and stuff. Caribou moss, there is also a bog-tea plant http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_24IopttEsM...0/DSC_0063.JPGthat grows in your area, cedar trees, many mints (spearmint, peppermint, wintergreen) can be found there too...

    I'm fairly certain anything else you want to grow will need some indoor temps & synthetic lights.
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    Re: Psychedelic garden (seasonal) - advice

    there's so many exciting plants to grow, mapacho tobacco, ayahuasca, mescaline cactus, opium poppy

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    Re: Psychedelic garden (seasonal) - advice

    careful with the morning glory, in australia its been deemed a noxious weed as it grows out of control
    just make sure you trim it back from time to time
    and with datura if you choose to grow it, when pruning or cutting the branches at all, make sure to wear gloves and long sleeves, the guy we got ours from said when he was cutting his down he got sap on his arms and for days he was seeing lights and having minor hallucinations
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    Help on ethobotanical gardening

    Hi guys and gals,

    I'm interested in ethonbotanicals and have just started my research .

    I'm trying to stick to my shamanic principle of only taking what I grow myself .

    Does anyone know of any genuine suppliers of seeds . The species I'm interested in are .

    Kratom (Mitragyna Speciosa)
    Khat (Catha edulis)
    Morning glory ( Ipomoea violacea )
    Hawaiian baby woodrose (Argyreia nervosa )
    Saliva. ( Saliva Divinorum)

    I would also be interested in live plants as I'm a keen gardener and could grow on . I live in the UK and would welcome advice, links, recommendations and any info on who to avoid , all would be greatly received .

    PM's Welcome too.

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