Transplanted my peyotes into a new soil mix

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So I finished my soil composition experiment and I decided to transplant my peyotes into two different soil mixtures. One for my small cacti that went into 3" square pots and one for my four large peyotes that went into 6" terracotta pots.



Small Peyote soil mix:

5 Parts Turface MVP

5 Parts Limestone Screenings (washed and sifted)

2 Parts Coco Coir



Large Peyote soil mix:

2 Parts Turface MVP

2 Parts Limestone Screenings (washed and sifted)

2 Parts 1/4" gravel

2 Parts Medium Sized Hydration (Odla from Ikea)

1 Part Coco Coir



I also use squares ofwindow screening to hold the soil in on the bottom of the pots as you can see in one of the pictures. After I transplanted them I put a top layer of mini hydroton mostly for the look but also to help keep it all clean and pest free. Mini hydroton it's actually for aquifers in reptile terrariums that I got at a fish store. I will leave them dry for the next 3-4 days then water.

I actually really like the look of it so works out great.
 
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StoninStanley

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How long have you been growing those? Those are some of the healthiest peyote buttons I've ever seen. I grew some for about 3 years but they only got as big as a quarter.
 
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the large ones are about 20 years old and the smaller ones are about 8. The tiny ones at the side you can see a little
I planted in March
How long have you been growing those? Those are some of the healthiest peyote buttons I've ever seen. I grew some for about 3 years but they only got as big as a quarter.
 
KDB42

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That second pic looks like teeth. If teeth were green lol
 
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Hey there now that’s pretty cool indeed! Couple of ? For you please. Can you still find peyote growing naturally in the southern states? Is it legal to harvest them or is it restricted to Native Americans. I wish I could get my hands on some. I haven’t had any in forty years or so and it was a pretty great trip. Right out of Fear and loathing in LasVegas! Except it was Vancouver and a trip over to the island in search of the liberty cap mushrooms what an adventure it turned out to be!
 
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Hey there now that’s pretty cool indeed! Couple of ? For you please. Can you still find peyote growing naturally in the southern states? Is it legal to harvest them or is it restricted to Native Americans. I wish I could get my hands on some. I haven’t had any in forty years or so and it was a pretty great trip. Right out of Fear and loathing in LasVegas! Except it was Vancouver and a trip over to the island in search of the liberty cap mushrooms what an adventure it turned out to be!
You can most definitely find them in Nature. But in the USA it is 100% illegal. I don't know if even native american's get to take them from nature or if they have to go to a licensed seller, not sure.

I live in Canada so its 100% legal here to grow, sell, eat, whatever you want and there are sources to buy the dried buttons online too. I just love to grow them. Bu the ones you cultivate indoors usually have almost no mescaline in them unless you intentionally slow grow and stress them and feed the a very very very weak high phosphorus low nitrogen fertilizer.
 
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You can most definitely find them in Nature. But in the USA it is 100% illegal. I don't know if even native american's get to take them from nature or if they have to go to a licensed seller, not sure.

I live in Canada so its 100% legal here to grow, sell, eat, whatever you want and there are sources to buy the dried buttons online too. I just love to grow them. Bu the ones you cultivate indoors usually have almost no mescaline in them unless you intentionally slow grow and stress them and feed the a very very very weak high phosphorus low nitrogen fertilizer.
If I recall correctly I think all native Americans are allowed to use them for religious ceremonies
 
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If I recall correctly I think all native Americans are allowed to use them for religious ceremonies
Pretty sure you have to be an actual member of the NAC (Native American Church). And if you are a member you have to do it in a bonafide ceremony and the peyote also has to be purchased from a licensed Peyotero who harvests it ethically and legally. Or at least that's what I understood of the laws last time I read up on them.
 
Tribbsy

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So I finished my soil composition experiment and I decided to transplant my peyotes into two different soil mixtures. One for my small cacti that went into 3" square pots and one for my four large peyotes that went into 6" terracotta pots.



Small Peyote soil mix:

5 Parts Turface MVP

5 Parts Limestone Screenings (washed and sifted)

2 Parts Coco Coir



Large Peyote soil mix:

2 Parts Turface MVP

2 Parts Limestone Screenings (washed and sifted)

2 Parts 1/4" gravel

2 Parts Medium Sized Hydration (Odla from Ikea)

1 Part Coco Coir



I also use squares ofwindow screening to hold the soil in on the bottom of the pots as you can see in one of the pictures. After I transplanted them I put a top layer of mini hydroton mostly for the look but also to help keep it all clean and pest free. Mini hydroton it's actually for aquifers in reptile terrariums that I got at a fish store. I will leave them dry for the next 3-4 days then water.

I actually really like the look of it so works out great.
 
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