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Cultivating Kratom in Central America 10 months 1 week ago #43086

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Welcome to the best kratom forum ever, Oldfartsurfer! I’m sure you will get proper input here. Growing A tree for personal use is becoming quite common. I have some other ideas about where to inquire if you do not find fruitful advice here, but I suspect you will.
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Hi Folks!
I have some forest property, and a little home in a tropical coastal forest, that is almost the exact latitude as Bali.
Is there a resource somewhere for verified, viable, seeds?
And does anyone have any experience in establishing a seedling-to-tree process?
Although I have a slight moral concern for establish non-native species plants at my location, ...
a tree would be certainly easier to isolate and control. I am guessing that with all the near impossibilities, involved in obtaining and growing from seed, over-prodution is not an issue!

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