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Offlinekadakuda
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Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you.
    #3824206 - 02/23/05 09:41 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

i simply boiled water (strating getting bubbles) and poured into a cereal bowl that had 5 seeds in it.  waited till luke warm and planted in clay pot with straight play sand.  put in a ziplock bag for humidity and 4 days later...

mimosa hostilis.


i think your seeds are duds :frown:


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: kadakuda]
    #3824282 - 02/23/05 09:58 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

LOL, well done kadakuda! whats this rivality with psilocybngzzz? =)
some people think we're crazy when we tell them to pour boiling water in order to sprout the seeds... =b~~


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: felixhigh]
    #3824383 - 02/23/05 10:24 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

no rivalry at all :smile:  but i knwo it would piss me off royally trying to sprout some seeds so many ways with nothing and having some other dink brag about doing it in 4 days on the first try with no effort :grin: :lol:


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: kadakuda]
    #3826178 - 02/24/05 06:31 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

you poured boiling water over seeds? :crazy:
I see some green in the pot but don't know if it's from the seeds. I would think they died when pouring boiling water over them...


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: stefan]
    #3826180 - 02/24/05 06:34 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

LOL, kadakuda!

stefan: the boiling water is another way of scarification, also helps breaking the seed dormancy, which is typical on this species in particular (and many other mimosas/acacias).


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: felixhigh]
    #3826533 - 02/24/05 10:31 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

there are many seeds from many species of plants/trees that remain dormant until
there's a killing heat applied to them, look at the aftermath of a forest fire, or
morels in a burned apple orchard.


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #3826741 - 02/24/05 11:54 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I remember reading awhile ago, that many people were having trouble culturing redwood trees. Until they figured out the seeds dormancy was broken by fire.


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    #3852449 - 03/01/05 04:17 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

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Edited by pod3 (10/26/06 01:35 PM)


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #3854714 - 03/02/05 12:09 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

While it is true that new plants grow after fires, it is because new niches are opened that were previously not available due to out competition from other growing species, carrying capacities, and interaction densities both by animals and plant species.

This is achieved because fire is are a common disturbance in some ecosystems. Wildfires are an important ecological force in many areas. Most seeds that are said to have been had dormancy broken by fire is not actually due to the heat of the fire itself, periods of heat are required for some seeds but intense burning for most seeds that are not coated in a thick pericarp will not survive a fire due to the lysis of endosperm. However the seeds are in some ways protected by a dense layer of material on the ground and often burried under soil because, fire removes plant cover and exposes the soil. This change stimulates the germination and establisment of seeds requiring bare soil, as well as encourages the growth of shade intolerant plants.

Some plants are fire-adapted however. Grasses and some shrubs have underground stems and buds that are typically unaffected by fire sweeping over them. After the aerial parts have been killed by fire, the underground parts send up new sprouts. he availability of nutrients in the ash speeds the regrowth of these plants.

Fire-adapted trees such as bur oak and ponderosa pine have a thick bark that is resitant to fire. Certain pines such as jack and lodgepole pine depend on fire for successful reproduction because the heat of the fire opens the cones so that the seeds can be released.


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: neuro]
    #3855126 - 03/02/05 01:56 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

good job kadakuda! mimosa is definately something i want to look into. keep us updated mang.


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: kadakuda]
    #3865864 - 03/04/05 02:19 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

4 days in the dirt, boiling water for scarification as well, planted 20 seeds
and 15 are showing signs of sprouting (several are just pushing dirt)

I recieved a couple of seeds from psilocybeingzz that were marked as mimosa
hostilis and 20 from a trade, the seeds sprouting here are much smaller
than the ones from psilocybeingzz, his were the size of sunflower seeds
these were a little larger than sesame seeds. I'm not sure which is which
but I'm sure to find out soon if these are hostilis.



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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #3868021 - 03/04/05 03:40 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

So that is why my foaf's seeds are not sprouting! He needs boiling water to get the seeds to pop! He read somewhere it was all about just putting the seeds in a bleach solution to stop contamination since the germination period was over a month.


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: Fluxburn]
    #3869007 - 03/04/05 06:48 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I've seen a couple of sites that recomended boiling water, it definately worked wih these seeds if they are in fact hostilis.


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Re: Psilocybiengzz, sorry to do this to you. [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #3869869 - 03/04/05 09:51 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

mine sound liek your smaller ones. ill snap a pic in a few.




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