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Pics of my plants - San Pedro's, Bolivian Torch, and Mimosa Hostilis - HELP with black spot on c Options
 
ChristianMeteor
#1 Posted : 6/9/2021 8:23:30 PM

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Hello my fellow psychonauts,

I've included some pictures of my psychedelic garden in this post. I bought the san pedro back in 2016 and after cloning, have two new cuttings. I did have a question, if anyone knows what the little black bubble is on the top of my san pedro. I've never seen something like it before, and I'm wondering if I should top it.

There's also some pictures of my bolivian torch cacti grown from seed, as well as a one year old mimosa hostilis plant grown from seed with the fire scarification method.
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#2 Posted : 6/9/2021 8:32:03 PM

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Very very beautiful and inspiring. Thank you for sharing!

My San Pedro has one of those black spots at the top as well. A new arm grew out of it! Maybe the same will happen for yoursSmile

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#3 Posted : 6/10/2021 4:37:35 AM

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That is excellent news, and I am glad that you enjoyed. I have many more botanicals to share at a future date
 
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#4 Posted : 6/10/2021 4:18:22 PM

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ChristianMeteor wrote:
That is excellent news, and I am glad that you enjoyed. I have many more botanicals to share at a future date


Please do. I love see other individual's plants. You may also enjoy this thread by ShamanisticVibes and all of their plant projects.

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#5 Posted : 6/12/2021 10:04:28 PM

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The two cacti in the first picture look like they could really do with a bit more light. Put them outside if it's warm enough.

Have a look at some pictures of San Pedro cacti in their native habitat for some inspiration.
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#6 Posted : 6/28/2021 5:52:34 PM

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Its hard to tell from the picture but the black spot might be Bipolaris. It can spread really quickly through the center of the cactus. Is the black spot soft or hard? The facebook group "Trichocereus Disease and Virology" is an excelent resource with some very knowledgeable people.
 
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#7 Posted : 7/10/2021 12:35:34 AM
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I've harvested some cactis a few years ago from a friend that was moving. I loved how it looked and how fast it grew. Now I'm 99% sure that it is San Pedro. Anyone have experience identifying San Pedro vs the so-called PC or ornamental variant? I will take a pic and try to post...
 
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#8 Posted : 7/10/2021 12:44:03 AM
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I took pictures, but realized I have no clue how to post them here.
 
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#9 Posted : 7/10/2021 12:45:03 AM
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#10 Posted : 7/10/2021 3:02:10 AM

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I dont think that is PC. It has upward facing areoles like PC. But the coloration, thickness, spines, and areole size all look like true Pachanoi. Some of the Ecuadorian Pachanois have this phenotype (but there is no way to know for sure what its origins are). Its a beautiful cactus. It should be a good one. Let us know how it turns out if you ever sample it.
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