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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby nothim » Fri Jan 07, 2011 2:31 pm

i think they have s with their wives and sleep good, don't you think that too lol?
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Sat Jan 08, 2011 2:51 am

You crazy nothim :lol:
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby nothim » Sat Jan 08, 2011 7:25 am

lol

i think , nothim means no team , or nothing , or both or none, i am not yet sure,

yes , the wolves are after me ! :mrgreen:
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:08 pm

what the hell man i just got it... :lol:
Not Him. kinda like that SWIM thing on other forums. At first i really thought SWIM was really one person!!!
I'm too slow for the internet lingo :?
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby Ulmdorgr » Sat Jan 08, 2011 11:15 pm

Lol. I hear SWIM has sort of disintegrated in most online communities. I think DMT-Nexus still utilizes it.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby nothim » Sun Jan 09, 2011 3:10 am

it is not not him , it is nothing!
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Sun Jan 09, 2011 5:17 am

Silence!!! It's my interpretation so it's "NOT HIM"!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby muffin » Sun Jan 09, 2011 5:26 am

lol

re edit

lol

i just talked to the guy !

it is not not him , it isn't him , trust me !
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Wed Jan 12, 2011 8:50 pm

DanG wrote:All my seeds went dud man. Wasn't the happiest man when that happened.
I'll try again next year! There's actually a post in ebay but it's a little expensive. Maybe more expensive is more viable?


The guy finally replied. He said that it was very difficult to germinate the seed. I should use GA3 to help the germination process and some fungicide to prevent mold.
I already tried this method and i followed SF's method as well. But i wasn't able to germinate the seeds anymore.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby SF » Thu Jan 13, 2011 11:41 am

Here is my Lagochilus inebrians Story

I planted about 10 seeds and a few came up. I forgot about them for a while(while there were germinating)
once they sprouted they looked kinda odd looking like no plant i ever seen before.

I had a few and i gave one away to a friend and he said it died.

Here is what i gathered while growing it.

They like to have moist soil at all time till they have about 2-3 nodes. Once the plant gets a bit bigger MAKE SURE you stop giving it so much water. Make sure you use the most well draining soil with maybe even 1/3 sand because i am telling you these babies will rot there roots off it the temps get low and the plant doesnt suck up the water.

I had the most beautiful Lagochilus inebrians that i was planning on trying to take cuttings. It was about 10 inches tall. I grew it under 250w hps a few years back. It had shoots coming off every node and looks amazing. I was so happy with my plant.

Then it all went down hill after that. I think i watered it to much the roots roted and the top of the plant dried out.
I was kinda mad about it so i never grew it again. It was around 4-5 months old and i babied that plant to try to keep it alive because i knew nothing about growing it at all.

So word of advice its better to have less water the to much. I also believe this plant stores water in there roots for long periods of time. Please correct me if i am wrong but i believe this plant grow in a desert like climate.

hope that helps guys. I am still looking for the seeds i had left. I think i must of gave them all away but i am still looking.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Fri Jan 14, 2011 12:36 am

It's such a tough grow. Maybe that's why it's so rare!
I'll try to get some seeds in Feb.
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby SalviaBrujo » Fri Jan 14, 2011 2:38 am

maybe we should set something up to save it. I'll try and get a hold of a real specimen, and get it to grow, and maybe others do the same, and if we can get it to grow, maybe a mass distribution project?

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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Fri Jan 14, 2011 9:18 pm

i like your enthusiasm. I haven't seen anyone offering cuttings of this plant. It's usually seeds that are bought but they are tough to germinate and even tougher to grow.
I'll buy some seeds and post some updates probably late feb to early march if i'm lucky
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby SalviaBrujo » Sat Jan 15, 2011 6:11 am

Maybe a Few select growers with the most experience (aka you DanG!) should endeavor to grow it, and record the details of how to propagate it properly, then we can follow suit and help it back to life!
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Re: Lagochilus inebrians

Postby DanG » Sat Jan 15, 2011 7:24 pm

I'm just like you Aussie friend. I started back in '09 and fell in love with the plants.
Never knew i would like growing them.

And yeah. SF was able to grow the plant. I've also seen a grow log here that has Turkey Mint in it. I think the seeds came from SF, i'm not really sure.
The point is anybody can grow it as long as you really want it. I failed my first attempt and i'll just try and try until i get it right.
Try it out yourself. you might have better luck than me. Two attempts is better than one
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