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South Australia P.SUBS
    #2755364 - 06/02/04 01:46 AM (13 years, 2 months ago)

Whatsup,

After researching over the dry season and more recently hunting, I am still in need of some answers. 

I've been told by other hunters that P.SUBS will 'rot/disappear' etc not long after the sun rises.  We have found them in the afternoon, but fuck all.  Is it better to hunt very early after a night of rain, or is this boowshit??

On the other hand, I've heard that a bit of sun is needed after a decent rain for P.SUBS to fruit.  So what are the best weather conditions for fruiting??

Where we have been hunting, we find infinite sorts of other mushrooms, absolutely everywhere.  We know that the P.SUBS are in the area, but we never find many!  That is why I am questioning our plan, it seems as if something is missing.

Thanks for any input... 

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Re: South Australia P.SUBS [Re: scuy]
    #2755597 - 06/02/04 03:07 AM (13 years, 2 months ago)

Hey man check out mine and OOISI subs post. Season is now dude we been finding them everywhere. And dont worry they wont rot that quickly. We are first time hunters and we are finding heaps of fresh ones about 50 and only 2 or 3 of them would of been rotted slightly. BTW dont expect too find hundreds in a day here I seriously doubt there is that many in one location. Also how much do you consider to be fuck all. We usually find 10-20 matures a hunt. You know that subs fruit more abundantly off wood chips and eucalyptus mulch then pine forest mulch. Woodchips support the most abundant and prolific growth then the other 2 substrates


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Re: South Australia P.SUBS [Re: scuy]
    #2755719 - 06/02/04 03:57 AM (13 years, 2 months ago)

Ive only heard of one mushroom which dissapears at sun light but its not subs or active, for that matter.

Tryptonite you also forgot we seen them growing within soil around rank grass.




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Re: South Australia P.SUBS [Re: tryptonite]
    #2755911 - 06/02/04 07:17 AM (13 years, 2 months ago)

By fuck all, Im talking about a couple. We definately have had no luck with the pine forests, what do you mean by woodchips? Just natural bark and shit, or actual man-made woodchips? Anyway, Im hunting on the weekend, I'll get some pics if we are succesful.

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Re: South Australia P.SUBS [Re: scuy]
    #2755939 - 06/02/04 07:49 AM (13 years, 2 months ago)

woodchips - chopped up trees unnatural beds
mulch - natural bark and leaf litter in forests, parks, etc
and good luck hope to see pics  :thumbup:


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