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Alright, it had rained nice and decent, the temps had been scorching, but it musta rained for like, 3-4 hours continuously, and for 3 or 4 more off and on after that.
Well, the next morning I took my happy ass to the picking spot to find some magic (even after a late start do too a seriously bad hangover). My search ended quick. I found nothing. A few of what I like to call "fake ones" (cause the caps almost look like the active ones), but none of the fungal diversity I've seen there, and no active ones.
My qusetion is, was it the heat? Did it not rain enough? Humidity was like 90-100%. Last time when I found an ass, it had rained like three days straight, am I gonna have to wiat for thins kinda wheather again? Rain is scarce around here.
It doesn;t work like that, just because it rained doesn't mean much, its accumulitive weather that matters. What has the weather been like the entire year, the last few months, and more importantly the last few weeks. Once the cubes get on a role and season has really started, the field will likely always have a few specimens fruting in it even during a quick dry spell. As season first starts out though, they won;t always be there, but the further into season you go, the more consistently they will fruit.