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Ok, a friend of mine lives in northern middle Tennessee, and has long been looking for wild shrooms...I've found the list of species supposedly native to TN, but can find no other info. Does anybody know where to look for shrooms here? I've tried cow fields looking in dung, but no luck. The field guides don't seem to help...but maybe somebody out there has some practical experience to share????
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check horse fields where they take the dung out of the stables and spread it around...if they happen to throw it under trees or elsewhere in the shade you will be much more likely to find good condition shrooms....the piles can usually be found along the fences at the edges of the field. oh and be sure to ask the farmer to pick first before you venture onto his field. feed him a story about you being a mycology student for MTSU or something, tenn farmers seem alot more oblivious than the asshole florida farmers i've heard about...other than that its just a matter of persistence good timing and good luck.
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