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Alright, here's my question... I live in a small suburb town close to Cleveland, Ohio. Population is about 15-20000. There are alot of horseback riders in my town. They ride all over the place, in the streets, bike trails, horse trails and there are even a few stables. So that means that they leave piles of dung everywhere. So there are quite a few places that I see dung everyday. But my question is, how come (after seeing thousands of piles of dung) after living in my city of Berea my whole life, I've never seen any mushrooms growing on the dung that the horses produced???
it probably dries fast in the streets and not all places have the right climate for shrooms to grow on horse dung. If you want ot grow them yourself on horsedung it will work fine but I guess the place where you live doen't have the right climate. damnit I'm saying everything twice again
And another thing, unless your looking for subbalteatus, i dont think your going to find alot. Im not sure whether there are mushrooms in your area, but if there are, look in big piles of horse shit near stables etc. You might have more luck there .
"Those who dance are considered insane by those who cannot hear the music." - George Carlin
Yes I know, if I find any shrooms at all, they'll be subs... there are also gyms in Ohio also, but I wouldn't know where to look. Perhaps it would be a good time to look for them, it's been dry as fuck around here... no rain for at least ten days, and today it finally poured, so maybe some shrooms will start popping up in the woods.