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This question has been asked (and answered) a lot lately. The consensus is that it takes 5 days of snow or a couple consecutive weeks of freezing nights. At that point the mycelium stops producing but there may be a few frozen stunted shrooms from the previous flush poking out here and there.
yeah, i like asking that question again and again. i enjoy the answer (it takes a freeze)which it wont do down here. cept fro tommorow night possibly. the doomsday arctic blast thats doing tis thing in north texas right now and heading south. the bell tolls for me =( lol
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Good. Now instead of eating a mushroom that is not yours. Eat the ones in the super market. Thanks. -droz
"German's love white rice."-droz
Unless you are under a blanket of snow seems right for me too- but they grow year round in most places that they grow- this is (to some degree) a part of the requirement for their habitat so it's sort of a silly question (if their is such a thing).
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a freeze will maybe kill them, but if they are hiding under grass, trees, etc. they can survive a light freeze. I'll let you know more specifics in a bit as I'm going out to see what's spawned in the last couple of days and survived a drop to around 33 degrees last night (if anything).