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The Lophophora Resource Guide.


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#1 Lopho

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 03:27 PM

So I've been looking around for good information on Lophophoras' for a while now, and I think its time to make a list of Sites/Threads that I find valuable.
Here they are in no particular order:

http://peyoteway.org/cultivation.php

http://mycotopia.net...aft-peyotl.html

http://mycotopia.net...reskiopsis.html

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Okay, there are the really important ones (to me). I might come back and add one or two more links.

Hope this helps for a quick organized guide to learning about Lophophora cactus. It helps me to have a few power house info links all in one spot.
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Posted 07 August 2009 - 06:10 PM

awesome list ,, ive got that loph grafting video bookmarked :eusa_clap good sjit :headbang:

#3 UnlearnEverything

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 07:58 PM

These resources could'nt have come at a better time! My buddy has 5 babies coming his way soon. :eusa_danc

Thank you again for sharing :)

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 11:48 PM

Thanks for the post.

#5 Lopho

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Posted 02 July 2010 - 02:57 AM

Another addition to the list.

http://lophophora.blogspot.com/

#6 Lopho

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 02:31 AM

Here's two more sites I liked...

This one features pictures of lophophora species, found in the wild, in varying locations.
http://www.lophophor...ap_overview.php


This one has a decent general description/synopsis of different lophophora species.
http://www.cactusped..._lophophora.htm

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Posted 25 July 2010 - 07:59 PM

Genus Lophophora ~ Species-

Lophophora alberto-vojtechii
Lophophora diffusa
Lophophora fricii
Lophophora koehresii
Lophophora williamsii


Genus Lophophora ~ Sub-Species-

Lophophora brackii
Lophophora decipiens
Lophophora diffusa var. kubesai
Lophophora diffusa var. swobodaiana
Lophophora echinata (distinct northern form of Lophophora williamsii )
Lophophora jourdaniana (Possibly a hybrid)
Lophophora williamsii var. caespitosa
Lophophora williamsii var. pentagona
Lophophora williamsii var. pluricostata
Lophophora williamsii var. texana

Many, many more strains and cultivars exist, especially of Lophophora williamsii.




~Diffusae~

Lophophora alberto-vojtechii
Lophophora diffusa
Lophophora koehresii





~Williamsiae~

Lophophora brackii
Lophophora decepiens
Lophophora echinata
Lophophora fricii (Possibly Diffusae)
Lophophora jourdaniana (Possibly a hybrid)
Lophophora williamsii





Out-of-date-names-

Anhalonium lewinii
Echinocactus williamsii
Lophophora lewinii
Lophophora lutea
Lophophora viridescens
Lophophora ziegleri




There are two types of Decipiens-

Type 1= white peyote type

type 2 = diffusa type


Ask trout about Note's 3rd edition part A and Lophophora DNA work.




Hybridization-

Obergonia
Strombocactus
Turbinicarpus









~~~Peyote Farm~~~



What you Need-

Lophophora williamsii seeds
Lophophora williamsii cacti
Pereskiopsis species cacti
Trichocereus species cacti (Predominant cultivar pachanoi works best, as it was originally selected as a grafting stock)


Start out by growing as many Lophophora williamsii cacti from seed as possible
Begin grafting the Lophophora williamsii cacti to Pereskiopsis when they are around one year old
When the Lophophora williamsii grafted on the Pereskiopsis reach the size of a tennis-ball it's time to degraft them
Now you can either- A)Root the degrafted Lophophora williamsii and grow them on their own roots or... B) Graft them to Trichocereus

Rooting the Lophophora williamsii will make them produce more potent buttons and will be good for eating. Grafting the Lophophora williamsii to Trichocereus will cause them to produce large amounts of seeds.
When your plants begin producing seeds, renew the cycle and continue growing from seeds and then grafting, degrafting, etc.
It is recommends that you grow about 80% of you Lophophora williamsii on their own roots and only graft a small number of them.
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#8 Lopho

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Posted 01 February 2011 - 02:21 PM

This link is full of great information regarding accelerated Lophophora growth by grafting to a particular stock (Pereskiopsis Spathulata), and optimizing growing conditions/space.
http://mycotopia.net...hora-grail.html


This link contains more information/instructions/findings regarding accelerated Lophophora growth.
http://mycotopia.net...ng-updates.html

Edited by Lopho, 01 February 2011 - 05:09 PM.

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#9 MurCurY

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Posted 02 February 2011 - 03:27 PM

Anyone want to share a link for seed?




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