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#81 Posted : 6/5/2020 12:19:32 PM

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Evidently having a strong, deep rhizome structure, P. truncata continues to thrive and remain green so far during the hot season, in contrast to most other phalaris species around.

Here are is a photo of various sizes, shapes, and colors the flowers can be. The largest one in the photo is 16cm long and 2cm wide. At the same time, it is not uncommon to come across patches with flowers with only tiny flowers as the four flowers in the middle.

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#82 Posted : 6/8/2020 1:36:35 PM

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Now I have at least two different strains of brachystachys, possibly three (two from a few hours apart of distance but with very similar morphology, another from farther away with a little different morphology), and also one strain of canariensis. I am wondering how much of a risk there is for cross pollination and hybridization between these different strains while growing in the same garden, and what exactly I must do to prevent this. Canariensis also hybridizes with brachystachys.

And a news. The seed dormancy period of my first harvest of brachystachys seems to be coming to an end and many new seedlings are popping up by the day 🙂 the growth rate appears to be slower than I expected, some grass appearing to have stalled growth after a point. I wonder if this is related to the summer heat, despite my ample watering.
 
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#83 Posted : 6/29/2020 8:39:04 PM

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I've maked an experiment with a small quantity of aquatica vinegar extract and rue. Effects: none to very very very light. 3g of rue and 20g 8 months old aquatica plants.
 
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#84 Posted : 7/1/2020 9:18:02 PM

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8 months old dried? Does that work with smoking for you? it is said that drying significantly decreases potency. But I am at the same page as you right now: wild aquatica with rue is too risky of toxicity. İ wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
 
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#85 Posted : 7/4/2020 5:06:58 PM

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To summarize my Spring 2020 phalaris discoveries:

1) P. aquatica: this species grows very abundantly along the Mediterranean coast and has multiple genotypes. İ have come upon one strain which showed no activity, one very potent variety which proved to be highly toxic in combination with rue, another one that is also very potent and with a sweet feel, but also slightly toxic with rue. If there is a way to extract pure DMT from this grass, it would be very useful. However, it proved to not be a potential ayahuasca analogue ingredient as it has not spiritually synergized with rue but dominated the experiences with a static DMT fractal shine.

2) P. paradoxa: This species grows everywhere in virtually infinite supply in my area. I did only one experiment with it in which it felt to have non DMT tryptamines, possibly 5 MeO DMT. It felt alien and cold and I did not feel like doing other experiments even though it probably also has numerous genotypes... Smoking dried grass gives a euphoric feeling.

3) P. truncata: a few experiences felt very good, a very caring and teaching spirit, but lacking DMT... Calling for more exploration.

4) P. minor: I found a lot of P. minor but did not do any experiments this season. The very first unidentified phalaris which I experimented with is likely to be P. minor and it provided
an interesting, useful synergy with rue.

5) P. canariensis: found some dried specimens and planted the seeds. No experience yet.

6) P. brachystachys: 10 - 20g fresh has appeared to be promising but I need more experiences. I am weary of the possibility that this will turn out like aquatica with higher doses; even if it does not have toxicity, I seek a plant spirit that is warm and synergizes with rue.


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1) The latest photo from my cultivated brachystachys. I wonder if this "seedling" phase is a good time for harvest or if I should wait for mature plants with flowerhead before harvesting?

2) This is one seed which sprouted from a specimen which I had found in a far away area many years ago. It is a miracle, one seed among hundreds survived and sprouted and from this specimen I will continue breeding its kin. It has a more classic brachystachys phenotype, just 15cm tall and tiny flowers as opposed to the huge brachys exceeding 1.5m in my current area. It is growing together with a rogue rue plant 🙂

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