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There are subs round here right? It has rained pretty hard the last 4 days, and prob will for the next couple days. The temp has been 75-85 degrees steadily and really humid. Should I wait till a sunny hot day and pick them that night, or just go every night hoping for something?
And most importantly i should mainly stick to horse pastures (or is there a good chance that actives will grow on cow patties up here?). Any other tips?
oh yea, dont horse farmers shovel horse waste into a pile somewhere? where usually is this pile if that is true?
well, i dunno bout you man, but i find all my subbs right during day. best way to get them. as for the pile of dung, i dont know where a farmer keeps it, farmers store it in diff places so dont ask us aobut random farmers. hhaha. jus do whatever. and good luck
READ IT. 3. Do not ask if the current weather is "good for shrooms." These threads are flat out annoying, and will be locked. This information can easily be found with a little bit of research. As a general rule of thumb, if it has rained within the last 2-3 days, and the temperatures are correct for the type of mushroom you're looking for, then *yes* it is possible that the mushroom you are looking for is growing