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Offlinebcustom
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AgC Location help
    #3244458 - 10/11/04 08:36 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

In my endless hunt for cyans, I simply cannot seem to find any yards, parks, appt complexes, or city buildings sporting alderwood in my general area (issaquah//redmond)..  After some reading, I noticed that AgC Alderwood gravelly sandy loam only appears to be found on area's of the map with steep inclines...  :what:  would I have better luck searching area's with steeper inclines?  Is this a reason seattle housing was predominantly built on alderwood topsoil?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated, Thanks and happy shrooming!


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Re: AgC Location help [Re: bcustom]
    #3244915 - 10/11/04 10:23 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

what are you trying to ask?

cyans can grow wherever the right mulch is at, flat or steep doesn't seem to matter much...

DH


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Re: AgC Location help [Re: spores]
    #3247670 - 10/12/04 05:02 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

Hehe in my rush to post this i forgot to explain myself... Alderwood is very water soluble and therefore withstands a better chance to avoid a flood. So since seattle is a very hilly area, i was wondering if this was a factor when it was under heavy(ier) construction and if the trend was followed... because i just can't seem to find any alderwood...
again sorry for the confusion.


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