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I was wondering, do any active shrooms grow wild in New Hampshire? I know the guidelines say not to ask, but the shroom location thing says no shrooms grow up here, however, I'm positive that a little while ago I saw a page similar to the one on shroomery that said shrooms do indeed grow in New Hampshire. The problem is, I don't remember where that was so I can't go back to see if the ones they listed are active or not. so I was hoping someone could help me out. Thanks .
Pan subbs are your default mushroom for any state where no actives are listed- that is in the FAQs on the same page I believe. I also have believed for some time that Liberty caps have more than a good chance of growing in such places as NH but no one has had the daring or inclination to go figure it out. But since it hasn't happened, and I have no way of proving it most certainly, it is most certainly not listed and shouldn't be - I am also quite sure gyms must grow in your area, of some type or another. But panaeolus subbalteatus does where there is rotting grass, hay or where there are mixed stable shavings from horses, rarely ever directly from dung- if so- cow dung only and usually that is a phenomenon observed only in Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi- places like that. Most notably in Florida. Have a super day--- I know I will!
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