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Me and some buds want to head back to the field tonight/tomorrow morning.We live in west central florida and we've had rain popping up everyday for the last 5 days.Last time I went out I cam back with two P. Cubensis and a few copes.Humidity has been between 65% and 90%. Tonight it is supposed to be 75% to 87% betwwen the hours of 11p.m. to 8 a.m. with a 10-20% chance of rain all night into mid morning with 30-40% chance of rain for the next 8 days.Think it will be worth it?
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