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Offline Mike W

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Re: Mushrooms ?
« Reply #20 on: March 29, 2021, 04:41:57 PM »
We pick morels, chanterelles, chicken of the woods, puff balls in early spring on our property, as the season progresses, we have a bunch of boletes (mostly birch) and lots of various jacks.  It's always a good time with the two sons in the woods and almost always end up with treats to boot ;D

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Re: Mushrooms ?
« Reply #21 on: April 09, 2021, 04:58:40 PM »
  Well, he is good and dead, 22 days after I found him. My finger is even dryer than the shriveled mushroom. I was surprised how long this specimen remained viable after it was up. It was still in good condition after 2 weeks and I suspect would have stayed good longer if it wasn't so dry. This year has been a little slow for morels, probably because of the dry weather. I found about 70 just now, these from a spot where I've found about 500 this season. Which isn't bad. But last year it yeilded over 3000.


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