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Offlinefujisawa
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Searching for mush mush
    #2825045 - 06/24/04 08:01 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Any one know of any shrooms that grow in Wisconsin. Plenty of mushrooms but what about those wonderful psilocin containing morsels.


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Re: Searching for mush mush [Re: fujisawa]
    #2825066 - 06/24/04 08:09 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Look here http://www.shroomery.org/index/par/23483#W.
Next time try to search around a lil first.


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Re: Searching for mush mush [Re: pinkfloydms]
    #2825074 - 06/24/04 08:14 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

thanks, it says Psilocybe azurescens were introduced to the WI area. Have any of you found this species in wisconsin?


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Re: Searching for mush mush [Re: fujisawa]
    #2825213 - 06/24/04 09:15 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

You could buy spores and make a bed.


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Re: Searching for mush mush [Re: fujisawa]
    #2825216 - 06/24/04 09:16 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Just to clear this up (for the zillionth time)- azures have been introduced in a few spots by a few people, much like in many places in other staes where people have outdoor patches- they grow well there and can fruit for a long time. Conocybe smithii grows there and by default subbs do as well. I hear a report of someone finding liberty caps there but I still do not have any faith in the claim.


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Re: Searching for mush mush [Re: superblingtheory]
    #2825518 - 06/24/04 10:47 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Superblingtheory said,
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Just to clear this up (for the zillionth time)- azures have been introduced in a few spots by a few people, much like in many places in other staes where people have outdoor patches- they grow well there and can fruit for a long time.




Tyhat information came from paul Stamets and it was a friend of his who grew them in wisc. Like in other states, the shrooms grew for two to three years and never came back again and never spread to other areas. IT is wrong to say azures growin win Wisc, Ohio, New york, Wrizona or New Mexico. Even gartz has to make a new gardens of azures every other year because the originals he planted since 1991 when we collected mycelium in Oregon failed to return after a few years.

As for Conocybe smithii. Good luck. It grow sint he PNW also but I have never ever collected a single specimen of C. c smithii. I did find four separate collections of Conocybe sycanous in a thirty year period, three in Washingtn state of never more than 7 or 8 specimens near Kent/Auburn just south towards Tukwilla. I found a small field of them on sheep grazig land along the north Santiam river off of I-5 corridor near Salem, Oregon. I dosed two people who botgh consumed about 80 small specimens ech,. They became christians and joined the youth for Christ. So I really doubt that someone Wisconsin wuld even find enough to trip off.

AS for libs, people have loked for them in WIsc for twnety years and still no published reports of them beig there. Something many mycologist sin the region would welcome.

Join a local mycological society or a state one. they have forays and can guide you inthe right direction.

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Re: Searching for mush mush [Re: fujisawa]
    #2826575 - 06/25/04 02:53 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Read this.

And please, for the love of god, never call them mush mush again. Or mushies. Or boomers.


Now I lock this thread because it's in violation of the rules.


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