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 on: January 24, 2020, 08:53:33 pm 
Started by GeneQueen - Last post by GeneQueen
okay thank you i will save a few gallons of rainwater and i will make sure i dont use added calcium. I hope  ebay seeds are viable and i get that far.

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 on: January 24, 2020, 08:38:30 pm 
Started by GeneQueen - Last post by ONandONandON
what the _ is _ISO_? there is not a 'market-place' but there is a seed/plants 'trading-area'.

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 on: January 24, 2020, 08:25:14 pm 
Started by Mark_Antony - Last post by ONandONandON
good advice geezer has  :)
in my experience the color of the cacti doesn't seem to be of much importance..
they are pretty much the same color all the time, except they can turn a dark red/purple if sunburned or cold burned..
but this doesn't seem to effect growth very much. i just water less in the winter time, let soil dry out between watering,
sometimes i go 2-3 weeks between watering, and they grow fine. ive noticed if i water to much in winter it can lead to rot.

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 on: January 24, 2020, 07:21:32 pm 
Started by GeneQueen - Last post by chronic
Best use Sphagnum Moss to germinate Erys. And most importantly, no tap water, only rainwater or treated demineralised water. The calcium in tap water kills E. coca and novo. Also no fertilizer with calcium. The substrate humos with many coarse components. 

The germination can be done by using pots with substrate and a layer of sphagnum on top. Put the seeds in the moss and let the roots grow down into the substrate. This way you combine the best of two substrates during germination and don't stress the young freshly germinated plants with a transfer.

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 on: January 24, 2020, 05:04:33 pm 
Started by GeneQueen - Last post by GeneQueen
I there a sub forum i do not have access to because i am too new? A marketplace?
I have_____ ISO____ If not can we start one?

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 on: January 24, 2020, 04:47:30 pm 
Started by GeneQueen - Last post by GeneQueen
Hello all! I am a long time horticulture enthusiast. I ave grown everything i can get my hands on as long as i can remember. I am also a gourmet mushroom cultivator and a home brewer. I cant wait to join this community and find new people with similar interest.

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 on: January 24, 2020, 04:41:12 pm 
Started by GeneQueen - Last post by GeneQueen
Hello all i just ordered my first E. novo seeds. I could only afford 15 and its still pretty chilly here in the north east. But i was going to start my eggplants and other random solanums and wanted to try my hand at something new. I wanted to know if anyone has germinated seeds by soaking them in water untill a tap root comes out? Thank you in advance to anyone who responds.
cheers. ß

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 on: January 24, 2020, 03:23:56 pm 
Started by Mark_Antony - Last post by geezer
If they're needing water they'll be thin and yield to pressure , not plump and firm

You're correct that if they need nitrogen they'll get yellowish. Otherwise color changes are also caused by changes in the amount of sunlight/shade they get.

I get it that you don't see color well but can you see the difference between a light and darker shade of the same color? If so I'd guess you could like at pics online and get a pretty good idea of the depth of color in a healthy cactus and compare it to yours.

As long as your soil drains quickly and well it's almost impossible to water them too much. They'd have to get zero rain and low humidity for a year or so before you would notice the plumpness of a well hydrated column turning to softness. Get your soil right and water 'em like tomatoes if you want.

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 on: January 24, 2020, 05:29:02 am 
Started by Mark_Antony - Last post by Mark_Antony
Hey fellas I need a bit of advise. So I've just started growing trichocereus cactus this year and am learming the basics of taking care of them.

I've been told that when tricho cactuses are in need of food or water and when dormant they change to different shades of green to signify it

This would be no problem for most people but sadly I suffer from protonopia otherwise none as red green colorblindness

So my main question is. Is their any other signs besides color that my tricho are in need of food and or water?

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 on: January 23, 2020, 04:03:21 pm 
Started by Malak - Last post by Malak
Just a little update on this jar. Alot of mycopee but looking decent to me...

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