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#81 Posted : 2/17/2015 2:27:21 PM

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1: pliocereus of some sort
2: pliocereus of some sort
3: myrtillocactus geometrizans
4: myrtillocactus geometrizans
5: myrtillocactus of some sort
6: stetsonia coryne
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#82 Posted : 2/17/2015 8:14:39 PM

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How about this. Found them at the nursery. There very small
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#83 Posted : 2/17/2015 8:50:01 PM

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First instinct is PC pachanoi, but I'm not sure the edges have the serrated shape enough to be PC pach. Could be the age if they're small.
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#84 Posted : 2/18/2015 4:57:52 AM

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Looks pachanoid to me as well.
 
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#85 Posted : 2/18/2015 8:53:36 PM

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I found them the other day in the assorted succulent section of a little community nursery in my city. I have various trich's growing from seed but I'm always on the lookout for larger specimens that sometimes seem to sneak into the garden centers.
 
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#86 Posted : 2/19/2015 9:29:13 PM

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Those are pretty. Not sure if they're PC or not. If someone forced me to guess, I'd say non-PC.

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#87 Posted : 2/19/2015 11:38:35 PM

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I agree with WAP for the most part. First plant is a Pilosocereus most likely. Second and third plants are Myrtillocactus geometrizans. Fourth is most likely a stenocereus (maybe dumortierii or griseus). Not sure about the fifth one. Looks a bit off to be a trich, maybe stetsonia but IDK. The last one posted is PC pachanoi I think.
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#88 Posted : 2/20/2015 4:16:40 PM

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hostilis wrote:
Fourth is most likely a stenocereus (maybe dumortierii or griseus).


Roger that. Definitely not a myrtillocactus.

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#89 Posted : 3/12/2015 10:42:47 AM

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I re-potted the ones from the last pic. Their roots looked very healthy.
 
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#90 Posted : 6/10/2015 8:31:26 PM

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would appreciate some suggestions on this ID





this cactus is very skinny and about 21" tall.

soon or later i would like to test this cactus out and see if it's active but im not sure how much to cut and if it would kill the cactus. i have no experience with cactus tea. i want to keep this alive and growing. any way to make it start producing limbs?

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#91 Posted : 6/10/2015 9:21:52 PM

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McCoyBoy -

That is a non PC san pedro cactus. It's a pretty handsome one too.

You could cut enough off of that plant to cook and make a test dose, but the remaining stump would be pretty stunted. If you give good conditions to a 21 inch healthy plant like that it will really take off, growing over a foot a year and faster as it gets bigger. Really it's up to you and your priorities.
 
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#92 Posted : 6/10/2015 10:28:00 PM

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thanks ouro, much appreciated.

the main goal is the keep it alive and healthy and growing. ill have to pass on the test dose for now.
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#93 Posted : 6/11/2015 1:30:17 PM

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Hello,

I stumbled upon this offer at a local auction,
claiming its San Pedro trichocereus pachanoi,
this is the only picture represented and i decided to ask for id help here, rather than
asking the seller themselves.

It's described as a fast-growing species, what's on the picture is approximately 20 cm.

Main concern to direct my question here is that it's stated it's a fast grower, and seeing those long spines, it makes me think it might be Predominant Cultivar.

Correct me if i'm wrong, but PC has significantly less mescaline content?

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#94 Posted : 6/11/2015 7:53:44 PM

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Well, it definitely isn't PC.

Most pachanoi have shorter spines than that cactus, but I think there are long spine pachs out there.

If I had to guess without having been told it was pach, I'd have said peruvianus or a hybrid, but hopefully someone else can say for sure.
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#95 Posted : 6/11/2015 9:07:40 PM

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Looks like T. peruvianus or T. cuzcoensis, to me. Either way, I'd buy em if they were near me and reasonably priced.

Leaning more towards t. cuzcoensis, though.
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#96 Posted : 6/11/2015 10:25:53 PM

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i have run into a big problem! my cactus is darker at the bottom and when i check firmness it leaves slightly darker spots. i dont water it often at all, but it has been raining more than usual. what to do?
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#97 Posted : 6/11/2015 11:45:25 PM

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McCoy, do you have a pic?
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#98 Posted : 6/12/2015 12:06:15 AM

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#99 Posted : 6/12/2015 1:16:56 AM
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McCoyBoy wrote:
i have run into a big problem! my cactus is darker at the bottom and when i check firmness it leaves slightly darker spots. i dont water it often at all, but it has been raining more than usual. what to do?



looks fine
put it somewhere dry and leave it be

you might try a soil with less organic matter , either alot of perlite, or pumice/turface
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#100 Posted : 12/13/2015 12:19:07 AM
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Got a couple of new cacti last week. Bought via a dutch online marketplace.

The huge cutting is told to come from Peru.
The rooted is sold as pachanoi as well. They both have the V dents, the rooted being darker than the cuttings.

What do you guys think, are these worth the effort of preparing?

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