[Ibogaine] recently treated

Edward A. Weissbard edwardw at mtciep.com
Sat Jun 6 12:41:57 EDT 2009

That seems to change the message a bit James!  :o)


edwardw at mtciep.com

James Forristal wrote:
> I meant "by love". Haha oooops
> Anyone know specifics on growing T. Orientalis, didn't find many good
> links on this subject.  Also info on alkaloid content etc would be
> much appreciated.
> Thanks
> On 6/5/09, James Forristal <psychonaut101 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Soil in rain forest is very low in ferts due to the constant rain
>> washing them away.. This is why many plants from these areas are so
>> easily killed my "love"... ;)
>> On 6/5/09, James Forristal <psychonaut101 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Iboga is considered a heavy feeder by some, but that is heavy for a
>>> tropical plant and also only feeding heavy as a mature plant.. Giving
>>> is ferts before it's showing sings of out feeding it's grow medium is
>>> a very bad idea.  Even then feeding it like you would a tomato plant
>>> is also going to backfire on you.   I suggest worm castings and myco
>>> soil enrichment.. Before moving to any liquid fert, organic or not.

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