Cacti infections and mutations Options
#1 Posted : 10/16/2018 9:24:36 PM

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I found some semi wild cacti with a monstruose mutation and some kind of infection. I wonder if is it safe to take some cut and grow them near other cacti with no infections at all.
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#2 Posted : 10/23/2018 1:44:28 PM

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Looks like witches broom. I don't even know what witches broom is but people seem to be very wary of it... As far I know though I haven't heard any definitive evidence that it's contagious.
#3 Posted : 10/23/2018 3:38:22 PM

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Why would you want to introduce a pathogen intentionally into your garden?

Mutations... you can purchase many different seeds from several different hybridizers that will give you a nice percentage of mutations and as you get to grow them from seed... no worries about pathogens.

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#4 Posted : 10/23/2018 6:57:33 PM

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They also look like they're crawling with mealy bugs. Not recommended.

Interesting form though: makes me wonder - is it someone else's secret budding experiment?
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#5 Posted : 2/11/2019 1:19:44 AM

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Am I the only person thinking those surrounding plants with tiny leaves are a likely DMT candidate?

I know of at least three species that look like that with high levels in root bark.

Interesting to see these entheogens possibly growing together.
#6 Posted : 2/15/2019 9:06:28 AM

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They also look like they're crawling with mealy bugs. Not recommended.

Interesting form though: makes me wonder - is it someone else's secret budding experiment?

Trich cacti and what looks like mimosa hostilis. I would think that’s someone else’s garden. Is it around anything, like a house?
#7 Posted : 2/15/2019 11:56:37 AM

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i have eated some of the same Cacti Mutations and it was safe for Tea IME,
thats my experience

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