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OfflineCryptic_Passions
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Paticular little things...??
    #356092 - 07/17/01 02:13 AM (22 years, 10 months ago)

First off im hoping there is someone on the forum perhaps familar with the shroom hunting in tampa florida??? Other than that some hints as to best time and best type of pasture to look for when hunting shrooms. I.E. Shade trees sandy soil or low murky mud soil.. Of course the usual cows and fecis but other things that make it a more likly place to find good shrooms? Thank Travis

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Re: Paticular little things...?? [Re: Cryptic_Passions]
    #356393 - 07/17/01 03:44 PM (22 years, 10 months ago)

Id say for you to just go out and hit the fields until you find them.

Youll have the best of luck looking in shady areas with plenty of tree cover. Try not to walk in any mud or spiderwebs crawling through thick weeds n' stuff., cause cubes almost always grow in spots where you can easily get to them to pick. Yeah, shady areas with plenty of trees and cow shit, spend a little time looking around really green healthy grass..lush pastureland

Good luck ,
GG


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