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hey everybody, well starting up again this year, i went back to the same mystery horse maneur/hay pile 30x30 feet in diameter, and i found ALOT of mushrooms growing there, and most look like they belong in the Pan. family. I am posting to ask anyone who is willing, to let me know what i should look out for this time of year around Massachusetts and New England, especially in horse and hay composts.
PAN SUBS - One of the only actives in New England, I know these can grow in hay and decomposed hay and horse manuer, but MJ and LK agree that these are pretty much done for the season here.
If anyone can help me with some information, please let me know. It will be greatly appreciated. Thanks once again.
-------------------- : : it always rains on a picnic : :
youll find plenty of pan subbs in NY right now, youve just had lots of rain diddnt ya? lotsa humid days? i picked losts in NS from the rains that came from new england. and ive picked them in quantity well into august during wet humid years like this,