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OfflineBitchCakes
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Registered: 10/11/02
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A beautiful day in seattle..
    #1088215 - 11/26/02 06:12 PM (14 years, 15 days ago)

Me and my hunting partner found two huge patches today, along with a few more from the patch we found on sunday. We tried to only pick the more mature ones, but got a little excited and picked a little more than we should have  :wink:

Heres just one of the many pictures I took:


The final total:


If any of these don't look like cyans to you, let me know, otherwise they're gettin' eaten.

And to think only last week I was about to give up  :grin:
 


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Invisiblespores
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Re: A beautiful day in seattle.. [Re: BitchCakes]
    #1088304 - 11/26/02 07:06 PM (14 years, 14 days ago)

Heh, nice work, those are some youngins, but they probly wouldn't have grown much more if you'd left them, since there's no rain in the forecast for quite some time.  You should get a little pair of scissors though and snip em at the base instead of pulling them up.  That way you keep the disturbance to the patch minimal and should be able to reap more/nicer flushes from the patches in the future.  It also keeps the mushies cleaner.  I've noticed on the patches I pulled em from last year, that the following flushes weren't much compared to the first, but the ones I've been snipping this year have all thrown out successive large flushes of fruits.  Just a suggestion, glad to see ya having some success finally :smile: .

DH


Edited by DethHed (11/26/02 07:25 PM)


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OfflineBitchCakes
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Re: A beautiful day in seattle.. [Re: spores]
    #1088593 - 11/26/02 09:05 PM (14 years, 14 days ago)

Yeah, I remembered about the scissors as I was driving home...it was pretty easy to get caught up in the excitement. Thanks to everyone for all the tips and encouragement  :grin: 


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Offlineazurescen
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Re: A beautiful day in seattle.. [Re: BitchCakes]
    #1089543 - 11/27/02 02:38 AM (14 years, 14 days ago)

excellent work. found about a wet pound of cyans in seattle today meself:)


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OfflineRoger_Barrett
But you can callme Syd!

Registered: 11/27/02
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Re: A beautiful day in seattle.. [Re: BitchCakes]
    #1090735 - 11/27/02 12:27 PM (14 years, 14 days ago)

What a great haul!

Damn, I'm going out TODAY! I've been reading for quite some time on spotting, characteristics and preferred growing medium for cyans....

But where do you find you have your best luck? In parks/trails where alder chips etc. have been spread or in bushes?

I've been looking but haven't seen anything yet.

I'm in Kitsap across the sound. Hopefully the spores make it across the Sound too!

Damn I sure hope I can be posting some pics soon!

Thanks for any tips and again.. GREAT HAUL!


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The sacred mushroom takes me by the hand and brings me to the world where everything is known. It is they, the sacred mushrooms, that speak in a way that I can understand.

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Re: A beautiful day in seattle.. [Re: BitchCakes]
    #1090963 - 11/27/02 02:06 PM (14 years, 14 days ago)

Congrats BC! I have yet to make my first find, but that's why the call it "hunting" and not "picking". Glad to see your efforts where rewarded.


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