CHATPRIVACYDONATELOGINREGISTER
DMT-Nexus
FAQWIKIHEALTH & SAFETYARTATTITUDEACTIVE TOPICS
PREV123NEXT
Espurrr's mescaline forest Options
 
Wakinyan
#21 Posted : 11/1/2018 11:21:50 AM

DMT-Nexus member


Posts: 474
Joined: 11-Nov-2017
Last visit: 16-Jun-2020
What's going on with the cactus kebab! While I'm pretty sure that might work for about 24 hours, I'm not certain you'll see the results you are expecting with just a kebab. Perhaps if a weight were applied such as some washers over top of the tooth picks you might stand a chance, but I'm betting the cacti separate without the application of some washers to weigh those little guys down.

And while we are at it... why not just use self adhesive coban to hold them down?

Alright, I'll wait in suspense now... wishing you the best of luckThumbs up , but not seeing much of a future here.Wut?
When I graft you graft we graft
 

Good quality Syrian rue (Peganum harmala) for an incredible price!
 
Espurrr
#22 Posted : 11/4/2018 5:45:20 PM




Posts: 325
Joined: 23-Aug-2015
Last visit: 08-Aug-2020
Location: Iran
heyo, yes i realized what i had done a bit after and tried to fix it, so i cut very accurately above the aeroles of the stock and here we go
i think its very certain that the 2 on the sides won't take because of the picks inside of them, this better had been done with tiny needles, i tried to work with parafilm but i kept either not putting enough pressure or putting too much and something like 4 out of 10 grafts would take
so i thought i try new things, im gonna do with fabric threads more this time and see if i can make it work, problem being if i could do it with parafilm it would be a 30 second job.
Espurrr attached the following image(s):
photo_2018-11-04_04-34-57.jpg (140kb) downloaded 386 time(s).
 
neb
#23 Posted : 11/5/2018 7:09:26 AM

DMT-Nexus member


Posts: 145
Joined: 08-Apr-2017
Last visit: 07-Jul-2020
Espurrr wrote:
started germinating seeds a year ago, after buying cacti and learning to graft, here we are (not a 1 man job)

You are a mad scientist.

but what you have done to some peyote by sticking a toothpick in them just seems cruel! how could you Espurrr!? HOW COULD YOU!?!

I have done only 2 grafts so far and am quite proud of them Smile
wake 'n breakthrough bebiii
 
Espurrr
#24 Posted : 12/19/2018 9:08:58 PM




Posts: 325
Joined: 23-Aug-2015
Last visit: 08-Aug-2020
Location: Iran
long time no cactus
Espurrr attached the following image(s):
20181219_211508.jpg (5,334kb) downloaded 363 time(s).
20181216_105201.jpg (6,728kb) downloaded 352 time(s).
20181216_111240.jpg (5,169kb) downloaded 345 time(s).
20181210_153623.jpg (4,388kb) downloaded 346 time(s).
20181210_151852.jpg (3,074kb) downloaded 346 time(s).
20181210_152911.jpg (4,084kb) downloaded 344 time(s).
 
Th Entity
#25 Posted : 12/20/2018 7:09:11 AM

I can't think of anything important or deep to add here, excuse me!


Posts: 348
Joined: 27-Oct-2018
Last visit: 22-Jul-2020
Location: The dream room, wonderland
Hey Espurrr! Great Job
Obviously you are using LED lights, LEDs are ok, they "throw" the light further than mh/hps/flouresc, but it look like that little cannabis seedling you have is not getting enough light put the pot on something so you seedling can be closer to your light source, so it doesnt strech so much or just lower your LED light source lower, im pretty sure you will get only positives from that and no negatives and i doubt you will burn you plants/cacti unless you have really bad exhaust/air circulation fan. If you want and have, a room for taller strechy plant keep it like that but for most people, small bushy plants are better especially indoors. Your plant is so streched because it wants more light no doubt about it even if its sativa strain it cant be so tall. And im curious is this seedling autoflower or normal photoperiod plant? Thumbs up
P.S. - im talking about post 22
 
pete666
#26 Posted : 12/21/2018 7:30:41 PM

DMT-Nexus member


Posts: 892
Joined: 13-Jan-2018
Last visit: 14-Nov-2019
Espurrr, I like your grafts. Can I ask you what is your aim of grafting? Potency? Or just the grafting itself?
Acceptance of the fact that our reality is not real doesn't in fact mean it is not real. It just leads to better understanding what real means.
 
Espurrr
#27 Posted : 2/21/2019 8:47:40 AM




Posts: 325
Joined: 23-Aug-2015
Last visit: 08-Aug-2020
Location: Iran
hello once again Big grin
yes Th entity, the light had too much distance from the seedlings, we were using a full spectrum 100watt at the time, we upgraded to a much higher quality hand built LED panel 300watt full spectrum + round reflectors + IR UV etc pretty great stuff burned my last plant at 40cm
right now we're running a tent with a 600watt ostram HPS growlight and the 300watt LED in 4m^2 space, im growing moringa oliefera and Bursera fagaroides cannabis (gorrlia glue - amnesia haze - amnesia haze auto from fastbuds - Ghost train haze #3 Big grin ) trichocereus pachanoi etc in the tent ...
just wait so i get moar money, i'll post all the crazy here
pete666 !
love what you done with your cacti, im grafting with plastic wrappers at 25C these days and surprisingly they are tend to take (if you follow some principals like cut near the rooty level don't push the graft too much on the stock wrap with plastic and make sure theres no space in between, which means a clean cut also helps, sterile equip etc) , im germinating good williamsi genetics and either keep them in my soiless media so they root (using cococoir 60% + zeolite 10% + those small stones they use for hydroponics i think its called cinder 30%) and they root like crazy.
ideally if i wasn't limited in terms of what seeds i germinate and where i can get my cuts / seeds, i'd aim first hand for potency and then growth rate, with tendency to pup being the third factor (mescaline mania)
Espurrr attached the following image(s):
20190217_115648.jpg (6,014kb) downloaded 288 time(s).
20190216_151738.jpg (3,769kb) downloaded 287 time(s).
20190216_134711.jpg (3,258kb) downloaded 285 time(s).
20190214_130833.jpg (3,902kb) downloaded 285 time(s).
 
Th Entity
#28 Posted : 2/21/2019 11:00:39 AM

I can't think of anything important or deep to add here, excuse me!


Posts: 348
Joined: 27-Oct-2018
Last visit: 22-Jul-2020
Location: The dream room, wonderland
Espurrr i cant wait to see your results, if you are unsure of something i would be more than happy to discuss it with you, so this can be optimised to perfection. Very happy

Keep your reflectors clean even a bit of dirt can reduce your light reflection by 5%+
(Also use quality reflectors with the right shape because inefficient reflectors can create hotspots and burn the plants or reflect light inefficiently).

LEDs are notorious for burning the tops of plants so be carefull with that (they tend to dry them, i dont recommend using high watt LED panels unless they are with built in exhaust).

Its a good idea that you decided to use both HPS and LED because you are getting the full spectrum of light, but better use good exhaust fan to replace all the air in the room within 2-3 minutes max.

Good Luck i cant wait to see the results. Thumbs up
 
Asher7
#29 Posted : 2/22/2019 12:05:42 PM

Professional Tracker


Posts: 620
Joined: 29-Jan-2017
Last visit: 05-Aug-2020
I figured the toothpick spiked the pup to the graft cacti but, you can’t stab a pup right down the middle and have it live right?

What’s the strategy plan with those toothpicks, what’s it doing? Those cacti look amazing btw, jelly of the lophs.
 
Espurrr
#30 Posted : 5/15/2019 7:02:25 PM




Posts: 325
Joined: 23-Aug-2015
Last visit: 08-Aug-2020
Location: Iran
Th Entity wrote:
LEDs are notorious for burning the tops of plants so be carefull with that (they tend to dry them, i dont recommend using high watt LED panels unless they are with built in exhaust).

we meet again Very happy
recently i was told that cacti mostly make use of VEG light, then i saw someone bring up perfectly beautiful and healthy cacti with just blue and UV chips, so i think a new era regarding cacti cultivation will be starting
remember, just blue and UV, and not so powerful either ...
anyway, blowing up the upload now
Espurrr attached the following image(s):
20190514_123348.jpg (3,594kb) downloaded 224 time(s).
20190514_123244.jpg (5,725kb) downloaded 229 time(s).
20190514_123042.jpg (4,582kb) downloaded 225 time(s).
20190514_123150.jpg (4,258kb) downloaded 225 time(s).
20190514_123011.jpg (3,693kb) downloaded 221 time(s).
20190514_122936.jpg (4,341kb) downloaded 221 time(s).
20190426_094013.jpg (5,100kb) downloaded 224 time(s).
20190426_093658.jpg (6,081kb) downloaded 223 time(s).
20190424_182759.jpg (3,491kb) downloaded 221 time(s).
 
Grey Fox
#31 Posted : 5/17/2019 4:39:25 PM

DMT-Nexus member


Posts: 437
Joined: 14-Oct-2018
Last visit: 11-Aug-2020
Nice collection Espurrr!
IT WAS ALL A DREAM
 
Espurrr
#32 Posted : 5/17/2019 4:45:31 PM




Posts: 325
Joined: 23-Aug-2015
Last visit: 08-Aug-2020
Location: Iran
Big grin
easy to grow, mescaline is good
Espurrr attached the following image(s):
20190517_184331[1].jpg (6,048kb) downloaded 206 time(s).
 
Grey Fox
#33 Posted : 5/18/2019 4:54:17 AM

DMT-Nexus member


Posts: 437
Joined: 14-Oct-2018
Last visit: 11-Aug-2020
Agreed! And they are beautiful plants with lots of character.
IT WAS ALL A DREAM
 
tatt
#34 Posted : 5/18/2019 1:58:00 PM

DMT-Nexus member

ModeratorSenior Member

Posts: 4396
Joined: 17-Jan-2009
Last visit: 12-Aug-2020
Beautiful work so far. Good stuff bud Very happy
 
Muskogee Herbman
#35 Posted : 5/18/2019 2:04:05 PM

DMT-Nexus member

Senior Member

Posts: 414
Joined: 19-Jul-2012
Last visit: 13-Jul-2020
Impressive work Espurr
Creator help me live in a way that will make my ancestors proud.
 
downwardsfromzero
#36 Posted : 5/19/2019 7:28:38 PM

No way ticket

Chemical expertSenior Member

Posts: 4939
Joined: 30-Aug-2008
Last visit: 12-Aug-2020
Location: square root of minus one
Still lovin' this thread Love
Very inspiring! Drool
Ora, lege, lege, lege, relege et labora

“There is a way of manipulating matter and energy so as to produce what modern scientists call 'a field of force'. The field acts on the observer and puts him in a privileged position vis-à-vis the universe. From this position he has access to the realities which are ordinarily hidden from us by time and space, matter and energy. This is what we call the Great Work."
― Jacques Bergier, quoting Fulcanelli
 
Espurrr
#37 Posted : 5/29/2019 11:55:10 AM




Posts: 325
Joined: 23-Aug-2015
Last visit: 08-Aug-2020
Location: Iran
thanks guys Big grin you visit iran you know where to get your boof from Thumbs up
 
Th Entity
#38 Posted : 5/29/2019 1:58:34 PM

I can't think of anything important or deep to add here, excuse me!


Posts: 348
Joined: 27-Oct-2018
Last visit: 22-Jul-2020
Location: The dream room, wonderland
I would love to come to iran and explore Tehran and Isfahan while under the influence of psychedelics.
Laughing Laughing Big grin
Thumbs up
 
Espurrr
#39 Posted : 7/3/2019 12:54:44 AM




Posts: 325
Joined: 23-Aug-2015
Last visit: 08-Aug-2020
Location: Iran
recently we've got some growth
Espurrr attached the following image(s):
20190629_182923.jpg (3,660kb) downloaded 94 time(s).
20190629_182705.jpg (4,227kb) downloaded 93 time(s).
20190629_182651.jpg (4,001kb) downloaded 93 time(s).
20190629_182623.jpg (4,187kb) downloaded 93 time(s).
20190629_125826.jpg (3,931kb) downloaded 91 time(s).
20190627_064335.jpg (4,794kb) downloaded 91 time(s).
20190611_173120.jpg (4,611kb) downloaded 90 time(s).
20190520_163226.jpg (3,981kb) downloaded 89 time(s).
20190602_152516.jpg (4,533kb) downloaded 91 time(s).
20190607_163532.jpg (4,022kb) downloaded 90 time(s).
 
Grey Fox
#40 Posted : 7/3/2019 4:41:06 AM

DMT-Nexus member


Posts: 437
Joined: 14-Oct-2018
Last visit: 11-Aug-2020
They look great Espurrr! That graft forest behind the cuttings is impressive.
IT WAS ALL A DREAM
 
PREV123NEXT
 
Users browsing this forum
Guest

DMT-Nexus theme created by The Traveler
This page was generated in 0.037 seconds.