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- Sat Sep 04, 2004 7:16 pm
- Forum: Salvia Discussion
- Topic: A short review of the pharmacology of kappa opioid recep
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So, in laymans terms, just what does this mean?
- Sat Sep 04, 2004 3:39 am
- Forum: The eNet Social Forum
- Topic: Here we go again...
- Replies: 7
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Hey Brujo, hows the rockhounding down there? Gemstone belt runs from inland San Diego down into Baja....we here in Santa Barbara are awaiting swell from Howard, due on Saturday....Its time to ride! Jupe
change itself often causes problems with the plant. two or three changes=trouble. If your plant will be in the shade for awhile, let it be, don't water it too much, or it will rot. when moving it back to sun, do it gradually, or leaves will curl and then die. For a really great description of Salvia...
- Sat Aug 21, 2004 3:57 am
- Forum: Politically Incorrect
- Topic: Prozak in the drinking water
- Replies: 37
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Here in So.Cal. water is a BIG issue. This is a semi-desert area after all. Our town purchased and built a desalinization plant(reverse osmosis) and then mothballed it because it rained that winter, and filled the resevoirs....now, we're in a drought again....... Some other brilliant SoCal ideas inc...
Horticultural oils are pretty safe, they can be washed off with water...they smother the egs of many small insects liek thrips and mites...salvia doesn't suffer from the oil. Some leaf polishes do the same thing.....vigorous spritzing of water bi-weekly also keeps off mites and thrips, you just have...
it appears to be difficult to get plant to set seeds. Botanist think it may have lost its ability due to human interference,some great info over at Sage Wisdom. The flowers are worth waiting for, as they have a very distinctive smell, and you never know if yours will set seed. Could be that hummingb...