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OfflineThe Wanderer
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Hunting in Miiddle Tn.
    #337041 - 06/07/01 01:52 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Anyone that is an experienced shroom hunter in tennessee, I would appreciate any advice you can give me. I know that pan subbs are hot right now. I will be looking for them this weekend. What other species are available and easy to find. Do we get cubies in Tenn.
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Re: Hunting in Miiddle Tn. [Re: The Wanderer]
    #337059 - 06/07/01 02:13 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

I also live in tn (east) and would appreciate advice on what to look for. I'm headed to a horse field at about 4 in the morning - the weather has been great for hunting. From all the talk on the board it seems like I might stumble on a few if not many Pan. subbs. Any tips?



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Re: Hunting in Miiddle Tn. [Re: Johnson]
    #337090 - 06/07/01 04:13 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

You may run into Pan Subbs aye..I've found LOADS of them around the cow fields. Most seemed to be growing in the beaten up cowshit/straw laden areas around the feeding areas and fence lines rather than straight out of manure...though I did find a few in patties. They didn't seem to like it out in the open and alot fo them were hiding in tall grass. Yesterday when I looked the numbers of them had dwindled, but the rains we got today should really bring them out again. To answer Wanderer I haven't seen Cubensis anywhere as yet...they may like it a little warmer than it's been lately in TN...that's not to say you won't find any...they just might not be around where I'm located as yet.

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Re: Hunting in Miiddle Tn. [Re: Great_Cthulhu]
    #337202 - 06/07/01 07:08 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Are you saying that cubensis mushrooms can be found in Tennessee, but probably when it gets warmer?



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Re: Hunting in Miiddle Tn. [Re: The Wanderer]
    #337251 - 06/07/01 08:10 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Aye I believe that cubensis grows in Tennessee I just have not ran across any as yet this year yet. It may take a bit warmer weather for them to come out...we've had more spring-like weather in May and up until now this year...upper 70's lower 80's daytime..50's at night...sometimes lower. Cubensis requires a bit higher temps to grow I believe. Then again I may just be checking bad fields(good fields for Paneolous Subbalteatus). I'd be checking for Cubes now though since the temps are getting higher/hot now finally. This seems to be a good year for mushrooms..I've never seen so many. Perhaps due to all the rains we've had..which we didn't have the last couple years around this time.

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