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I live in a suburb outside of Idnianapolis which is in the middle of the state. Recently the weather has been in the mid to high 80s. Tonight we had some huge thunderstorms and it rained very heavily all night long. The climate here is typically extremely humid.
I was driving around my town looking for some cattle farms and spotted one off a road from my house. Is it possible to find any sort of psychedelic shroom? I tried going through the FAQ and all that but it wasn't exactly clear to me. Thanks for the help and in the meantime I'll try to look over the FAQ's once more.
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.
4. Do NOT ask what mushrooms can be found growing in your state or imediate area This information is easily found in the Mushroom Hunting FAQ .
The answers to your questions are clear as day if you browse the FAQ for just a few minutes.