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dithyramb
#241 Posted : 12/5/2018 5:21:26 PM

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Wow, if P. canariensis is a domesticated version of P. brachystachys (https://eurekamag.com/pdf/004/004266500.pdf) then grass #2 is most likely P. brachystachys. I thank myself for answering my question on the forum Very happy

But grass #1 remains a mystery. I doubt it is phalaris at all, but it was active as daylight. Alopecurus pratensis perhaps? Anyone?
 

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#242 Posted : 12/9/2018 4:50:11 PM

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I think I might be getting close to finding Arundinacea... Maybe
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Hessaley
#243 Posted : 2/2/2019 3:21:28 PM
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hello

Great Forum

im new at the nexus.

How can i upload from my AQ1?

or I think that it is one, wanted to let you look over it

Bye
 
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#244 Posted : 2/2/2019 3:23:44 PM
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Hello

im new at this forum.

I have a AQ1,

or I think that it is one, wanted to let you look over it.

who can tell me what that is?

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#245 Posted : 6/1/2019 3:31:10 PM
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is it?
 
Chimp Z
#246 Posted : 6/4/2019 1:02:10 AM

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@ Wad

The grass to the right on the picture right above my comment is for sure Phalaris.
It looks pretty thin to be Aquatica.
My best guess would be Phalaris Truncata if you are in the Middle East/Africa/Mediterranean area
If you are in Central/Northern Cali it could be P. Elongata(PERLA grass).
Also the grass to the left could possibly be Phalaris Lemonii depending on where you're at.
I'm sorta doubting the middle and the left are any sort of Phalaris.
After looking at some Lemonii on google I'm not ruling it out.
Your grass on the right is either P. Aquatica, Elongata, or Truncata depending on your geography.
Truncata would have less foliage and look more spikey.
 
Chimp Z
#247 Posted : 6/4/2019 1:16:36 AM

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@ Hessaley

Your AQ-1 looks like it probably is AQ-1
Did you grow it from Clones?
The only way to truly pass on the potent genes is through clones.
I've had some good aquatica from seeds nonetheless.
The roots/bases of your grass are definitely Aquatica looking
 
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#248 Posted : 6/4/2019 1:21:31 AM

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@ misfit
That looks like you could have some P. Arundinacea
The post is from December and that's what the seed head would look like a few months past the
growing season.

Can you post any more pictures?
They should be in full anthesis right now(May-June)
Look up some pix on google or on this forum for reference.
Arundinacea is the only common type to have a flower open up so it could look a lot different
than that seed head right now.
The ligule on the sheeth will help you identify it.
You got about 3 weeks to work with it before the go dormant for the summer
and produce less appealing alkaloids.
 
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#249 Posted : 6/7/2019 9:23:23 AM
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Chimp Z wrote:
@ Wad

The grass to the right on the picture right above my comment is for sure Phalaris.
It looks pretty thin to be Aquatica.
My best guess would be Phalaris Truncata if you are in the Middle East/Africa/Mediterranean area
If you are in Central/Northern Cali it could be P. Elongata(PERLA grass).
Also the grass to the left could possibly be Phalaris Lemonii depending on where you're at.
I'm sorta doubting the middle and the left are any sort of Phalaris.
After looking at some Lemonii on google I'm not ruling it out.
Your grass on the right is either P. Aquatica, Elongata, or Truncata depending on your geography.
Truncata would have less foliage and look more spikey.


Thank you, I'm in east Europe.
 
Chimp Z
#250 Posted : 6/7/2019 10:45:25 PM

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This is a picture of some Phalaris Paradoxa I am growing.
These seeds are from Israel.

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#251 Posted : 6/17/2019 12:44:30 PM

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This is what I got as P. aquatica AQ-1.

Can anyone confirm it is P. aquatica at least? Sorry about the quality, I can try and get better photos if these are not good enough.

The side of the flower head that's exposed to the sun (which you can't see in the photo) has a purple coloration.
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Chimp Z
#252 Posted : 6/17/2019 6:59:45 PM

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Looks like it could be AQ-1 since the panicle is longer than usual.
It's hard to tell, a lot of suppliers sell regular Aquatica clones as AQ-1
When I grew AQ-1 there was purple on the flower, too.
That is common for Phalaris though.
I've had pretty good brews from purple-tinged grass.

Festi and Samorini paper "Ayahuasca-like Effects Obtained From Italian Plants"
https://wiki.dmt-nexus.m...8a/Festiandsamorini.pdf

"...From a morphological point of view its
characters are included in the variability limits of the species [cf. Baldini 1993], apart from the
panicle tending to be a little longer at the plant maturity. However, its habitat is quite particular
AQ1 is in fact widespread on the calanchi, that is big furrows dug by the eroding water on clay hill
soils, in general showing a very typical and interesting flora."

Panicle-A panicle is a much-branched inflorescence. ... The branches of a panicle are often racemes. A panicle may have determinate or indeterminate growth.

(the picture below are florets from another AQ-1)
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