Make A Post To Introduce yourself here


Postby Ulmdorgr » Tue Apr 20, 2010 12:12 am

Note: you will probably be banned immediately if you post spam. This forum gets many spam bots that have to be manually banned, and if you act like a bot, you will be treated like one. Please do not advertise businesses other than your own, and only do so if you've been here for a while.

Hi there, and welcome to the forums. This is an international collaboration to educate one another about plants and cultivation, and to help propagate entheogens around the globe. Some of the people who come here are not native English speakers, so please be open minded and patient when communicating with them.

First, please do some research on salvia divinorum. Get to know the plant. One of the best introductions out there is the The Salvia divinorum FAQ (section VII discusses plant care) and The Salvia divinorum User's Guide, both written by Daniel Siebert, the man who's research first identified Salvinorin A. If you have any questions, just ask!

Second, you should get acquainted with the forum by reading the following posts (again, nothing is required but it is for your education):

Afterwords, please feel free to introduce yourself by starting a new thread in the Welcome forum. Note that introductions are not required to participate in this forum. Important things to include (these help to build trust, organize the project, and provide us with insight into how ready you are for cuttings):
  • General location (country or state).
  • Brief growing history (do you have a green thumb?).
  • Current equipment (pots, thermometers, watering equipment, lights, soil, nutrient solutions, camera, etc.).
  • If you have plants, please list the species and strains where applicable.

Forum note: new users have certain limitations. Regular users may have trouble editing posts. Please double post if this is the case and a mod will clean it up if need be.

If you would like to omit/remove certain information or revise poor information, please PM me (after you are a regular user) with the post's URL (click on the big blue text at the start of your post; not the start of the thread; the URL should end in "#p6666" where the 6666 is a specific number for your post) and the changes to be made.

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Postby SF » Mon May 21, 2012 7:59 pm

Thanks for this post Ulmdorgr, Great job as always. Kudos and Props my friend.
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