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Spores on agar

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- Thu, 26 Nov 2020 16:51:51 EST CwgduOPu No.147465
File: 1606427511955.png -(2947284B / 2.81MB, 1080x2520) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Spores on agar
So when you put spores from prints or supposed sterile spore syringes onto agar are they supposed to look like this when healthy ?

I know there are two different types of mycelium rhizomorphic, and tomentose but my one seems too fluffy.
The one on the right colonized very fast hoping that can be used.

Also they have sat there about 4-5 weeks now and a few more I have are like the top left but probably have less mycelium on them...does that mean they are rubbish .

Any guides on how to analyze agar can only find them on how to make plates and do transfers.
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press - Mon, 18 Jan 2021 16:16:02 EST 5F9Zj95X No.147514 Reply
>>147513
im almost sure that there has to be a slight bacterial contamination in some jars, since some of them smelled a bit off but my sense of smell isnt what it used to be anyway. fingers crossed the 25 jars ill 'noc up wont end up turning into green dust.

no hands on experience with bigger unmodified tubs yet. im waiting until i have my method of preparing spawn bags dialed in, untill then i'll keep on working on shoeboxes.

since i had pretty good results with monos in the past, it seems likely that unmodified monos would do a bit better seeing as i tended to struggle with the dry climate around my parts.

if you get contamination try to make the most of it. their location can give you hints as to when they mightve been introduced. dont try to fruit a jar that has gone moldy and try to not spread the spores around your work area. i normally sterilize them before opening them, but i think just soaking them in water and opening while still emerged should drastically reduce the amount of spores that become airborne.

out of curiousity: what variety of cubensis did you decide to get?
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Phineas Pockgold - Tue, 19 Jan 2021 19:39:16 EST ggQ8YrMc No.147517 Reply
>>147514
Good luck with those jars. I have golden teachers to start off with but once I know what I'm doing I want to explore different varieties. When you put a spawn bag in a shoebox, do you wait for mycelium to colonize it more or do you go straight to fruiting conditions?
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press - Wed, 17 Feb 2021 11:49:27 EST bvuDfHq3 No.147543 Reply
>>147517
i dont quite understand the question.
when spawning shoe boxes i normally use a mycoquart and spawn that to 1.5 actual quarts of coir supplemented with gypsum. i then let it colonize fully with the lid snapped on before flipping the lid to initiate pinning.
ideally there wouldnt be a differentiation between colonization and fruiting conditions, but just growing conditions, but my climate is too dry.

i use spawn bags for monos, since that allows for a "one aliquot of spawn per fruiting chamber" approach, allowing me to isolate any grain spawn i mightve fucked up.

Splotchy Leaves

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- Mon, 04 Jan 2021 19:40:37 EST DwQba+ce No.147499
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First grow. What's up with this splotchyness? Anything to worry about?
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Nigel Gipperkedge - Thu, 14 Jan 2021 13:54:02 EST 264fIUFj No.147510 Reply
>>147509
Your fucking retarded look at PH 7 on the chart I posted It goes strate threw the Center of cal mag . just leave the fucker alone next time you PH correct the water just try for a 6.0 but don't be to concerned If its off a little . Its a fucking weed not your child.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Caroline Fezzlebadging - Mon, 18 Jan 2021 17:48:39 EST PwPNTtNm No.147515 Reply
>>147510
when i water my plants with my normal tap water which is also at 7 they show deficiencies left and right so no you cant just water on as normal you have to adjust ur ph to 6.5
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Cyril Huzzleson - Tue, 19 Jan 2021 11:41:40 EST 0tZk9yUl No.147516 Reply
>>147509
Personally I've found CalMag deficiencies are usually Mag deficiencies which can be easily corrected with an MgSO4 foliar spray

also this other dude needs to chill tf out and be less of a twat

Identify plants.

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- Wed, 13 Jan 2021 18:42:02 EST 1TlxJeiR No.147506
File: 1610581322648.jpg -(2688056B / 2.56MB, 4119x2257) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Identify plants.
This is a picture from May last year. What kind of poppies are those? I gathered some of the pods once they were dry but they didn't work. Are they persian poppy or something?

Also, I'm more curious to know what those pink flowers are. Anyone knows? They seem very familiar but I can't remember their name.

Tobacco

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- Wed, 13 Jan 2021 18:41:34 EST /nDsigiZ No.147505
File: 1610581294205.jpg -(109754B / 107.18KB, 1200x800) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Tobacco
What do you guys know about growing and air curing tobacco for cigarettes?
Im interested in making a blend of mild tobacco with nicotania rustica for strength.
Is this reasonable?
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Hamilton Mubberwudge - Wed, 13 Jan 2021 21:22:25 EST 1TlxJeiR No.147507 Reply
>>147505
I don't know much about this but it does seem like the logical option nowadays. At least you'll be smoking pure tobacco with no dubious additives. It does sound like a good combo but remember than nicotiana rustica is a few times stronger than normal tobacco. More power to you. The government taxes on cigarettes are bullshit.

First time grower, how am I doin?

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- Tue, 13 Oct 2020 13:13:41 EST wW7zLGMa No.147409
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We were a tad late with growing, it's now in week 10.
It's an autoflower, Royal Bluematic.
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Cedric Mibbleshit - Tue, 08 Dec 2020 22:28:03 EST sya1qCZQ No.147474 Reply
>>147472
You could do a side-by-side experiment and see which one works better.

But you're right, it should have everything it needs inside the cotyledon. And if you use those liquid "calmag" bottles, it usually has a some nutes and other shit mixed in, so you could burn the seedling.
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James Grimbanks - Tue, 22 Dec 2020 03:18:33 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147490 Reply
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>>147409
For your next grow I would recommend using Low Stress Training to even the canopy. Tube lighting has very poor penetration qualities so you want the lights as close to the plant as possible (if the leaves start cupping you're too close). Beacause you have had the lights a tad far off you have such large internodes. As you can see in this picture it is possible to get very tight internodes if you do this right.

Hit jackpot, yet don't know what to do about it

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- Thu, 03 Dec 2020 17:03:59 EST voDuIM3g No.147473
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Not sure if this is the right board to ask this, but here I go...

I inscribed in a nation-wide contest (not american nor yuro) for young entrepreneurs without hoping to win, yet I managed to do so.
I now will have access to a free kit of gardening power-tools.
The project I signed for it was for managing a native-flora exclusive vivarium who also offers landscaping services. While I did a short course on the matter and I'm currently studying to become a park ranger, I have no experience on the matter, much less about being self-employed.
Too much, too fast. I want to be happy but I feel overwhelmed and I could use some advice.

There are other problems aswell: I don't have enough space to make a significant plant production. There are a few places I could talk to and acquire space, clients and bussiness partners, but I lack a development plan and I don't know quite what to say to them:

-The city's official vivarium and orchard (not the best place to start at but it's worth a shot).
-The eco-friendly ONG's farm I started volunteering recently at (perhaps I can borrow a small patch of land for them and share the profits of my sales and services?).
-A nearby native-flora vivarium (I believe they don't offer landscaping services. Could I offer them a partnership using my tools? I can also try to talk them about how they got into bussiness and gain some insight.)
-A nearby agrarian college. I can both ask for space and share the profits *and* get some formal knowledge about managing a vivarium.
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Alice Honeyhall - Sun, 13 Dec 2020 01:45:55 EST XOn5S12g No.147476 Reply
>>147473
>-A nearby agrarian college. I can both ask for space and share the profits *and* get some formal knowledge about managing a vivarium.

Start here, and start by going to the head of the botany/forestry department. If he says "no", go to each individual forestry professor. You said you're studying to be a park ranger. Don't know how that works in whatever country you're in, but where I'm from, it's a college degree along with botany/forestry/agricultural sciences. The students typically run a few greenhouses and a nursery to raise and sell plants for fundraising; and the college pays an outside company to do the actual landscaping, planting, trimming, etc.

If you're already enrolled in such a college/program, just ask your professor if you can get credits doing your grant thingy from one of his greenhouses.

If the botany professors aren't cool with it, head over to the Business Management department and ask them for help. They might not be able to lend you space, but they surely know how to do this part:
> acquire space, clients and business partners, what to say to them

The other 3 options are great for lead generation. Definitely hit them up, but don't be surprised if they don't want to cooperate, as you're planning to be direct competition with everyone except the city's vivarium.

wtf post your cacti

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!57aon8jsJ2 - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 05:20:40 EST /qruDJRP No.145607
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as title says wtf post pics of your cacti drug containing or not.

heres mine
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CoyoteOnPeyote - Sat, 07 Nov 2020 03:14:52 EST Gvdqy4+f No.147449 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Hedda Ganningdutch - Tue, 10 Nov 2020 19:30:11 EST RHw6IOMN No.147451 Reply
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Didn't want to go and start my own thread, so forgive me if this derails the thread, but i was wondering if this cactus is indeed the san pedro cactus?
there's a ton of these on a trail i ride through and i was thinking of grabbing some cuttings and plating them at my place maybe chomp down on some too...
So am i looking at the saint himself or is this just a cool tall look alike?
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Nigel Backlemone - Fri, 27 Nov 2020 07:18:56 EST wSjgd1Mz No.147469 Reply
>>147451
Late reply but that's cereus peruvianus aka apple cactus not trichocereus(echinopsis) peruvianus aka san pedro. They actually don't look anything alike aside from both being columnars. Rib formation is the biggest giveaway here.

SYRIAN RUE

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- Fri, 13 Nov 2020 10:24:16 EST sWyO1GFw No.147456
File: 1605281056040.jpg -(210216B / 205.29KB, 1280x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. SYRIAN RUE
IT'S ALIVE!!!! I am so excited!

I have used hundreds of thousands of these seeds in various concoctions, ayahuasca and teas over the years. I felt like I wanted to give some life back to the plant that has benefited me so much. I have huge bags of these seeds so I put about 20 of them 1-2cm below the soil, gave it some nutrition one-time only (8-3-7 NPK fertilizer with added iron and magnesium).

I've been extremely lightly watering it every 2-3 days (just so only the top 2 centimetres are moist). I'm in Northern Europe so winter is approaching, the recommendation was to seed it in spring but I did it on a whim a few weeks ago.

I had basically given up on it, didn't think it was able to go and now ONE HAS SPROUTED. Holy hell. I've done some research but it's very conflicting. Some say keep it drained and relatively moist, others say let it periodically dry out, some say give lots nutrition, other say it will rot... It's currently in a glass bowl without drainage, generally I keep all my plants in drainable pots and periodically put them in the shower but considering this is a plant that likes arid environments, I opted for this.

How the fuck do I give this plant a high quality life? (as high as it can be outside of natural circumstances that is)

Also, is it likely that the other seeds will have sprouted as well or am I extremely lucky with this individual one?

Worried about this

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- Mon, 16 Nov 2020 17:58:26 EST HPvZe2TZ No.147458
File: 1605567506416.jpg -(173699B / 169.63KB, 849x768) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Worried about this
Why is it yellow? The rest look nice though
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Doris Brimblehick - Wed, 18 Nov 2020 02:33:07 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147460 Reply
>>147458
Switch off the HPS when making pics, that's what's causing the streaks.
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Barnaby Noshgold - Wed, 18 Nov 2020 17:55:18 EST HPvZe2TZ No.147461 Reply
>>147460
Yeah, right, but since it's just for showing the yellow leaf
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Barnaby Hosslesutch - Tue, 24 Nov 2020 04:04:30 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147463 Reply
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>>147461
You can only correctly identify a nutrient deficiency if you can have a clear look at the entire plant and a sharp picture of the affected places. You also shared nothing about what medium and fertilizer you're using, making it nearly impossible to give good advice.

PF Tek in 125mL jars

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- Wed, 19 Aug 2020 21:26:46 EST VvY8/e7F No.147378
File: 1597886806863.png -(762793B / 744.92KB, 663x628) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. PF Tek in 125mL jars
So basically I'm a dumb fag and bought 1/4 pint jars instead of 1/2 pint jars for growing some B+ in. It's incredibly hard to find yield expectations etc. for this size of jar since everyone else seems to be able to actually read and actually get the right jars. Has anyone had any success with these? I'm not really planning on spawning to bulk or anything, just going to do the fruiting in-jar with a bag over top for keeping humidity in. Should I just use these as pseudo-test runs to get something decent to put on some agar and try again? Maybe nut up and make a monotub? I'm new to this so I figured I'd see what you guys think.
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Wesley Norringville - Thu, 15 Oct 2020 03:40:47 EST JX4E6n5V No.147416 Reply
>>147387
Basically what this guy said. Quarter pint jars are actually pretty dank since they take less time to colonize, and once the caps grow in you can get pretty much any amount of spore you need going forward
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Nigel Davingman - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:40:31 EST XOn5S12g No.147419 Reply
>>147412
You don't need a fancy grow box. Buy a cheap plastic storage container, somewhere in the range of 8 to 14 liters. If you want to do unmodified monotubs, that's fine, you're pretty much set there.
Those grow kits look over-priced. Look for a legal/legitimate "shiitake grow bag/ grow kit" or "portabello grow kit" to get the same stuff cheaper.

These grow kits are just overpriced, pre-packaged stuff, though. If you have a pressure cooker, you can make grow bags out of rice or oats, for literally pennies.

If you're really wanting to skimp, you can buy some packages of Ready Rice (brown rice, unseasoned). Look up the "Uncle Ben's Tek" if you want more info. It's more expensive than making your own bags, cheaper than buying a grow kit, and it's one less sanitary/sterilization step you have to take.
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Ralph - Wed, 11 Nov 2020 12:21:20 EST C9qA3ROC No.147452 Reply
>>147412
Hey man, im also new to all of this but you can check out tatanka.nl shop from witch i just bought some b+ grow kit, and also https://www.trufflemagic.com but i feel a bit sketchy about this site, and to buy you need to pay with bitcoins. if i will recieve my grow kit unharmed i will tell you

gender reveal party

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- Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:15:18 EST DRQonH0O No.147418
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IS THIS THING A FUCKING BOY OR A FUCKING GIRL???

I have googled it and tried to figure it out on my own and yes, i seem to be retarded. Thank you for your help
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Cornelius Chommlestone - Fri, 23 Oct 2020 09:35:16 EST FTkjk1tK No.147434 Reply
>>147422
>>147429
if it was a hermaphroditic male, wouldn't the bulby male parts be further down, closer to the stem? I couldn't find any pics for fertilized females developing seeds. These look nothing like anything on the internet I can find but I looked really lazily.

Truffles growing in neighborhood

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- Mon, 05 Oct 2020 13:28:17 EST 9z+hdHAx No.147399
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Found these growing near trees in my neighborhoods. Are they truffles?
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George Hobberberk - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 15:41:46 EST /2j+C28p No.147432 Reply
>>147399
Of course not. Truffles grow underground. Do those grow underground?
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Walter Nickleworth - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 15:59:40 EST DRQonH0O No.147433 Reply
>>147432
yeah that's what I thought. that's why you need a trained dog or pig to find em.

plant wanted

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- Wed, 07 Oct 2020 14:55:13 EST /JyEBjw0 No.147403
File: 1602096913480.jpg -(112151B / 109.52KB, 733x1100) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. plant wanted
so once i went into a candle store and i was just strolling but then i saw a beautiful plant way up in the dark and i pet it and it was real. they didnt know what plant it was and i wanted to come back later but the store had been closed and once opened remodeled and the plant was gone.

im trying to find it. it grew a bit like an ivy, longish and heart shaped leafs BUT meaty and dark green and velvety. im going crazy. any experts here what it might be?

pic rel my plant is camoflaging too
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Reuben Conningridge - Wed, 14 Oct 2020 18:00:05 EST rQg3bcj2 No.147413 Reply
>>147403
so i came to the conclusion due to the fat leaves it might be some type of succulents. any idea?
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Nigel Davingman - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 14:46:44 EST XOn5S12g No.147420 Reply
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>>147403
Probably a succulent. Likely this one: Rosary Vine aka String of Hearts.
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Nell Hobblesune - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 13:22:27 EST bncsmt7D No.147424 Reply
>>147420
i will get one of these, thank you. yet this is not it. they grew like a ivy does, on a long stem, not string. and the leaves were much thicker, really fleshy

thank you for caring. i research further

Horror story and advice.

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- Tue, 06 Oct 2020 05:06:20 EST Nlx2ezJv No.147401
File: 1601975180153.jpg -(3379332B / 3.22MB, 4032x3024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Horror story and advice.
Hey boys. I have a horror story for you as well as a few questions.

The following two images I will post are from my first auto grow. Before I ask my question let me tell you my story.
>Decide to grow ILMG NL auto.
>Initially an outdoor grow.
>This is a mistake. My seedling gets stunted, but still looks healthy overall.
>She stays out for 2 weeks, make sure to keep her in the greenhouse when it rains.
>Decide to get a grow tent and move her inside.
>Despite being stunted the plant looks very healthy.
>A few days after moving in the tent, I notice pests on the leaves.
>Turns out to be whiteflies and spidermites.
>Spray the FUCK out of her with some neem oil.
>After a few weeks of application, completely destroy the pests.
>However, there is a new problem.
>She must have contracted Leaf Septoria while growing outside.
>She is stunted and now has Septoria. Couldn't get rid of it via pruning.
>Resign myself to a small harvest. At this point she is about 4 weeks in.
>Feed her some Bloom nutes a few times. No big issues or signs of nute burn.
>Week 7 I feed her some bloom nutes.
>Next day the leaves towards the top of the canopy are turning yellow and there are brown spots all over them.
>It's not septoria, can't diagnose the issue since there is so much wrong already.

It is week 8 now and I want die. I am so close and I'm not sure she will make it. My question is this; what the fuck is going on here? This image shows the canopy and it looks like a possible (P) deficiency, however I have no idea. My thoughts were that my soil was too hot, therefore suffering from nute burn or lockout. I tested my runoff today and I'm getting 6.7 PH and 750ppm, so it shouldn't be burn.
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Walter Sishmitch - Fri, 09 Oct 2020 00:53:48 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147406 Reply
>>147405
I don't have experience with bottled nutes, so I don't know if it would remedy the situation. What kind of soil are you using and how large is the container?
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Wesley Fegglehene - Fri, 09 Oct 2020 02:27:18 EST Nlx2ezJv No.147407 Reply
>>147406
I'm using fox farms ocean forest soil. It's also a 5 gallon fabric pot.
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Emma Dillerford - Sat, 10 Oct 2020 02:07:35 EST WmMVwVjQ No.147408 Reply
>>147407
I mostly work with rock dusts and wood ash for micronutrients, adding a little good biologically active compost might also help. Calcium is not a mobile nutrient though, so affected leaves will probably not recover.

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