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#21 ChanterelleLA

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Posted 21 May 2021 - 05:23 PM

It seems to be doing really good, actually! It’s been out back there on my patio, in the shade, and I think that sunburn might shave been a huge factor, from what you pointed out, because its got allot of its vibrancy back in its coloring.


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#22 pharmer

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Posted 24 May 2021 - 09:33 AM

Try pinching the ribs between your index finger and thumb. The ribs should not yield but feel like a fresh cucumber.

 

I'd be worried about any squishiness on that yellowy flesh


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#23 Grunta

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Posted 30 December 2021 - 01:39 AM

Been busy and hadn’t read this until after getting time to pot it. I believe I needed up doing just over a 1:1 ratio, higher on the soil side. Would that be problematic? Just watered it with a few cups of water and had thrown a three large pinecones in the bottom pie shaped into thirds. Thoughts on any of this?

Hey mate. Instinct tells me to stay away from the pinecones. Not a natural combination. That's just instinct mind. San Pedro is, however, very robust.


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