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OfflineSalviaEngland
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Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures *Update March13*
    #1254581 - 01/28/03 08:07 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

FAMILY : Leguminosae (or Mimosaceae, or Fabaceae)
GENUS : Anadenanthera
SPECIES : Peregrina
COMMON NAMES : Yopo, Cohoba, Vilca
ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS : N,N-DMT, 5-MeO-DMT
RANGE : Amazon



FAMILY : Leguminosae (or Mimosaceae, or Fabaceae)
GENUS : Anadenanthera
SPECIES : colubrina
COMMON NAMES : Yopo, Cohoba, Vilca
ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS : N,N-DMT, 5-MeO-DMT
RANGE : Amazon



FAMILY : Leguminosae (or Mimosaceae, or Fabaceae)
GENUS : Acacia
SPECIES : maidenii
Germination: Cover seeds with boiling water and leave the seeds sitting in water for 24 hours. Place seeds under the soil surface.








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Edited by SalviaEngland (03/13/03 01:12 AM)


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1254601 - 01/28/03 08:11 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Pretty!! They are doing fine!! I should post so pics of mine too, I've got a acaia maidenii plant with lots of long leaves.. and other seedlings that are doing fine...
Happy to see you are enjoying those!!


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1254705 - 01/28/03 08:41 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

The A. maidenii took a little longer, but they are doing well. I have got about 75% germination rate so far on both Acacia spp.

Yes I am enjoying growing them :smile:   


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1255600 - 01/28/03 01:34 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Man!!!

You've got so much GREEN under your belt SE its so cool to watch your work!!!
I just ordered my first ethno (SALVIA) thanks for all the great posts lately SE!!!


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[Re: bluelou]
    #1255964 - 01/28/03 03:52 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)



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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: matts]
    #1255981 - 01/28/03 03:58 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

They germinate rather easily with no special care needed......keep warm and humid and they'll pop up.....unless they are not viable of course :smile:



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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1256099 - 01/28/03 04:36 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

wow, you don't waste a second SE, do ya??? =)
great job!!!


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: matts]
    #1257109 - 01/29/03 01:03 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Anadenanthera Germination:

Place them in moist soil and if they are viable seeds they will germinate in a few days. Some sources of seeds however don?t seem to germinate, it is probably dependst on the age of the seeds or overly dry storage.

I germinate them in high humidity and then transfer them to normal room enviroment after a few days of growth. Sunny location .

Peas are grown in the same pot to introduce nitrogen-fixing bacteria. The stem of the peas is removed after a 1-2 weeks of growth leaving the roots. This tip came from Murple and seems to work very well.

" Legumes all share the ability to draw nitrogen straight from the air, by a bacteria that lives in nodules on their roots."


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1257142 - 01/29/03 01:23 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Thanks everyone for the kind words  :grin:

FAMILY : Leguminosae (or Mimosaceae, or Fabaceae)
GENUS : Anadenanthera
SPECIES : colubrina (Fat Type) 
COMMON NAMES : Yopo, Cohoba, Vilca
ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS : N,N-DMT, 5-MeO-DMT,   Bufotenine



 


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1258230 - 01/29/03 10:51 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

>ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS : N,N-DMT, 5-MeO-DMT

That's a little off. The main constituent is bufotenine at 12.4%, the other 2 alkaloids are only about .06%. Here's a link: Spirit Plants; yopo

Apperently bufotenine is more usefull than people think.


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: psychopsilocyber]
    #1260181 - 01/29/03 11:58 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Very interesting link. The info I added was taken from www.erowid.org . I have also read many sources stating bufotenine as the main active component of yopo.


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1276057 - 02/04/03 12:32 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Update ...............
FAMILY : Leguminosae (or Mimosaceae, or Fabaceae)
GENUS : Anadenanthera
SPECIES : Peregrina



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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1276544 - 02/04/03 05:59 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

very very nice!


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1278473 - 02/04/03 03:32 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

it's great to see the updates SE!!! a. peregrina is the most beautiful tree of its family...
i was just wondering what are you gonna do when these plants begin to grow large... i'm sure you'll work it out but... how cold does it get there in the winter???


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: felixhigh]
    #1279935 - 02/05/03 12:24 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

UK Winter Climate.

Night temp between +8 to -8 C Often a light frost 0 C. Daytime temp 12 to -3.

Large temp fluctuations from day to day. Last week the temp got up to 16 C this week it?s below freezing and there is snow lying.

Not really thought about it yet.
Large outdoor Heated green house??? Not got one yet but future investment???


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1280104 - 02/05/03 03:41 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Update......

FAMILY : Leguminosae (or Mimosaceae, or Fabaceae)
GENUS : Anadenanthera
SPECIES : colubrina (Fat Type)
COMMON NAMES : Yopo, Cohoba, Vilca
ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS : N,N-DMT, 5-MeO-DMT, Bufotenine




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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1282584 - 02/05/03 05:36 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

hmmmmmm...
-8C? thats hotter than i thought it would be!
well, i think in the andean altiplanos and in the pampas they must have very similar conditions...


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: felixhigh]
    #1283291 - 02/05/03 11:57 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Looks like they my need protection from hard frosts.

Do Anadenanthera grow at high altitude in the Pampas?

PAMPAS: IN THIS AREA YOU CAN EXPERIENCE MILD WINTERS AND EXPECT RAIN DURING THE WARM SUMMER MONTHS. THIS REGION DOES NOT EXPERIENCE EXTREME HEAT OR COLD.

East central Argentina (including Buenos Aires) also known as the Pampas, has an adequate rainfall of between 500 mm (20") to 1000 mm (40") per year. The area has mild winters and warm summers within more rainfall during the summer months. Most of the rain falls on just a few days, so that wet changeable weather is not frequent, but the rain is often heavy. Average daily maximum temperature at Buenos Aires range from 14 ?C (57 ?F) in June and July to 29 ?C (85 ?F) in January. Average sunshine hours per day range from four in June to nine in the summer months. The region does not often experience heat or cold extremes, but frost may occur in most winter months but is not prolonged or severe. This is the most important agricultural region of the country and occasional drought is the main economic hazard.


(http://www.met-office.gov.uk/climate/)
Over England the mean annual temperature at low altitudes varies from about 8.5 ?C to 11 ?C, with the highest values occurring around or near to the coasts of Cornwall. The mean annual temperature decreases by approximately 0.5 ?C for each 100 m increase in height so that, for example, Great Dun Fell in Cumbria (at 857 m) has an annual mean temperature of about 4 ?C.
To a very large extent, winter temperature in the British Isles in influenced by the surface temperatures of the surrounding sea, which reach their lowest values in late February or early March. Around the coasts February is thus normally the coldest month, but inland there is little to choose between January and February as the coldest month.
The coldest nights are those on which there is little wind, skies are clear, and there is a covering of snow on the ground; the lowest temperatures occur away from the moderating influence of the sea, on the floors of inland valleys into which the cold air drains. It was under such conditions that the temperature fell to -26.1 ?C, the lowest ever recorded in England, at Newport in Shropshire on 10 January 1982. Coastal areas do not experience such cold nights; as an example the lowest temperature ever recorded at Plymouth in Devon is -8.8 ?C on 2 January 1979. At the opposite extreme, the highest winter temperatures are apt to occur in the lee of high ground. These high winter temperatures (up to 16 ?C on rare occasions) occur when a moist south to south-westerly airflow warms up downwind after crossing mountains, an effect knows as the f?hn after its more dramatic manifestations in the Alps.
July is normally the warmest month in England, and the highest temperatures of all have occurred in central districts furthest away from the cooling influence of the Atlantic. The highest temperature ever recorded in England is 37.1 ?C at Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, on 3 August 1990, which is also the highest temperature ever recorded anywhere in the United Kingdom.
Facts and figures
Air temperature (measured under standard conditions at 1.25 m above the ground).
Highest recorded 37.1 ?C at Cheltenham (Gloucestershire) on 3 August 1990.
Lowest recorded -26.1 ?C at Newport (Shropshire) on 10 January 1982.


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1285448 - 02/06/03 02:51 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

the pampas are a low region close to the sea level, they're just almost plain areas of very old land...
my girlfriend comes from the 'sierras' region and she says that there are lots of anadenantheras over there and they do tolerate frost and snow (not a whole lot of snow) but for example, in salta, argentina it must snow a lot and the columbrinas do live there. i was just a little concerned about the peregrinas, which come from far away north here in SA...
but i just might be overconcerned. :wink:


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Re: Anadenanthera & Acacia Pictures [Re: SalviaEngland]
    #1320891 - 02/20/03 04:02 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Update:

Anadenanthera C.



Anadenanthera C. (fat type).



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