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growing false unicorn 3 years 2 months ago #29165

I will have a dozen or so planting sets available if anyone is interested in growing false unicorn. Each set has one root from a female and 4 roots from male plants. Female roots have 3 to 5 nodules normally and males even more.

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Re:growing false unicorn 3 years 2 months ago #29171

Freshly dug false unicorn roots.
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Re:growing false unicorn 3 years 2 months ago #29172

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Re:growing false unicorn 3 years 2 months ago #29178

TnTrader,
Those roots dont look like any false unicorn roots i have ever seen. Are you sure you posted the correct picture?

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Re:growing false unicorn 3 years 2 months ago #29209

we call false unicorn stargrub root it favors a grub worm with white hairs a never saw any that looked like those before i think i know what plant those roots belong to but i dont know the name but the seeds stick to my clothes in the fall if im not mistaken

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Re:growing false unicorn 3 years 2 months ago #29221

K_duce wrote:

TnTrader,
Those roots dont look like any false unicorn roots i have ever seen. Are you sure you posted the correct picture?



Absolutely certain that it was the wrong picture. Right file, wrong root.

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Re:growing false unicorn 3 years 2 months ago #29223

Leebros! wrote:

we call false unicorn stargrub root it favors a grub worm with white hairs a never saw any that looked like those before i think i know what plant those roots belong to but i dont know the name but the seeds stick to my clothes in the fall if im not mistaken


Sorry, wrong pic. That was cat root, I don't know the real name. Dry it, grind it good and mix in a little mineral oil and put wherever you don't want cats digging and pooping.

The seed pods are light brown, almost a bell shape.

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