[Ibogaine] re; plantQ

Jeremy Spence jlspence12 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 15 21:29:59 EST 2009


Also there is a cold processes fish emalsion
It's called hydrolized fish emalsion
It's cold process it keep all the goodies
In the fert. More then the heat process.

Sorry about my spelling it's off today
Some day are better then others

J

On Nov 15, 2009, at 3:33 PM, "Halyna" <halyna at isp01.net> wrote:

> Jeremy;
>
> Until a plant is to the 2 or 5 gallon pot size they are in close  
> proximity to the house and I "spoon-feed" so to speak. Before  
> getting to a large pot size I feed everybody liquid fertilizers  
> cause they have less capacity for burn. Have to go with what is  
> available so I use Atlas Fish Emulsion, 5-1-1 and during increasing  
> daylight and temperatures I'll add some Maxi-Crop which is  
> principally K, the last number on the fert formula. Both of these  
> are available in quart size bottles at garden/nursery businesses.  
> Don't remember what the recommended dose is but I use a Tablespoon  
> per gallon eyeballing formula; but no forget I'm closer to the  
> equator than you, maybe start with teaspoon/gallon. If you getting  
> white crystals precipitating at the bottom of the pot, outta the  
> drain holes, too much fert and media age needs to be considered.
>
> The 3-point anomaly has continued growing in 3's till the seventh  
> node which threw 3 branchlets but these now have 2 leaves/tip.
>
> Halyna
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Jeremy Spence
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> Sent: Sunday, November 15, 2009 5:31 AM
> Subject: Re: [Ibogaine] re; plantQ
>
> I doubt it would change the amount
> Of ibogaine in it.
>
> It happens with weed plants.
> I heard there's no difference.
> But I could be wrong??
>
> More leafs means more production of
> energy being taking up by the leafs.
> The power houses of the plant.
>
> So, yea, it could effect the ibogaine content.
> More leafs,
> more horse power.
> maybe???
> To make alkaloids
> J
>
> On Jul 22, 2009, at 3:18 PM, "Halyna" <halyna at isp01.net> wrote:
>
>> Although I think Simon would have an answer, anyone else who might  
>> have an answer please reply.
>>
>> The Iboga plant is set in paired leaves, opposing on the stem. This  
>> is the mode it starts with also: 2 pod busters and continues to set  
>> leaves in this fashion. Once in a while a mutation occurs: 3 pod  
>> busters and the plant continues to grow with 3 leaves per node as  
>> opposed to 2. If the botanists haven't changed the name I think its  
>> called a "sport"; a naturally occurring mutation.
>> Is there any significance to this mutation? One would think that  
>> with the extra leaf per node it may be a more productive/powerful  
>> plant.
>> Any thoughts or experience on this?
>>
>> Thank you,
>> Halyna
>
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