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This may be off-topic and if it is I apologize but I just wondered if anyone knew of a way to make a yard more "mushroom friendly". By this I don't mean cultivation (of psilocybes or anything else) but rather making the habitat more hospitable for spores of all types of mushrooms (though I'd prefer to avoid the baddies if possible). I have an interest in maybe one day having a mushroom garden so to speak. I don't know if this is possible but I thought I'd just float it and see what the experts think.
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Try fertilizing your lawn with cow munure, and using hardwood chips as mulch in you garden. Regular watering will also encourage mushrooms to grow. Depending on where your from, different species will pop up.
spore your yard with all mushrooms you pick... i like to toss them into tree trunks as hard as i can. you can also find mushrooms on wood stumps and logs and move the entire habitat to your yard scape... i brought a big laughing log home to my yard so i'd always have a patch of gyms each year close to the house. keep out of bright sun... mushroom gardens work best in the shade.