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Marco Goor at 2015-07-06T21:27:26+0000 4 people like this | 1 people comments
CT scan Bromelia vriesea spp CT-scan of a flower as suggested by a viewer. The scan and 3D reconstructions are from a Bromelia vriesea. The scan itself doesn't show that much, the multip... I don't know if if it is allowed here, my apologies on fore hand. This is a ct-scan of a Bromelia vriesea, a plant that a lot of - show more posts on this group
Barchimedes Lobo at 2015-07-06T21:51:54+0000 | 2 people comments
Has anyone used EpiWeb as a substrate alternative? - show more posts on this group
Shayla Fortune at 2015-07-06T19:51:02+0000 4 people like this | 19 people comments
Thanks for the add, I'm looking to set up my first vivarium. I'm not sure what I want to put in it, but I'm thinking about a tropical tarantula. I have a few questions though: -How do you clean up after the animals without disturbing the plants. -How do you create proper drainage? -What substrate do you use? I've r - show more posts on this group
David Birkbeck at 2015-07-06T21:40:56+0000 7 people like this | 2 people comments
can anyone ID this orchid Seen in Togua Prendas garden in Costa Rica - show more posts on this group
Wei Rong at 2015-07-07T01:57:38+0000 |
Put some terrarium plants in this glass, Make it a morden garden: http://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/Garden-plant-flower-pot-geometric-terrarium_60225822650.html - show more posts on this group
Ryan Milt at 2015-07-06T22:37:28+0000 1 people like this |
Anyone made a reishi spore extract? How does one "break or wrack or well-wrack the spores? I've been wiping spores for years into a spore slurry that I disperse on and around non-mushroom producing trees, so don't give me any flack for wanting to extract a few trillion spores - show more posts on this group
Randee Goodstadt-Evans at 2015-07-07T00:14:33+0000 | 7 people comments
Dear Plant People, Can you help ID this wildflower? Growing near a stream off Pinners' Cove in South Asheville in a dear friend's very woodsy backyard. Grateful for your help in advance! That huge leaf belongs to the white-flowering plant. - show more posts on this group
Amy Kenney Verhaeghe at 2015-07-06T22:01:54+0000 4 people like this | 9 people comments
Hostas...any or all, make an offer...pick up only...no holds. Already dug up, some split...Harrison Township. - show more posts on this group
Mike Kennedy at 2015-07-06T19:47:31+0000 1 people like this |
Plant Walk By the High School a Plant Walk By the High School in Gorham, Maine I find blueberries, wild carrots, wintergreen, Chanterelle and Bolete mushrooms. Cooked up both mushrooms wh... - show more posts on this group
Abu Sumayah Scott at 2015-07-07T00:22:15+0000 3 people like this | 14 people comments
Definitely mulberries, but I read that unripe mulberries can be toxic and/or hallucinogenic... Do these look alright to eat? - show more posts on this group

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