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Puget Sound is posting low rains this year. Are there disappointing years with mushrooms here? Does it ever get up to like 300%? That's serious, and I'm a serious guy, so I want to know so I can relax, or no....
Re: Low rains in Puget Sound [Re: Indiospree] #366944 - 08/04/01 11:57 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)
Low rains? No one can predict the future correctly and I believe you are getting rain the last few days right?
Wait untull Sept, then pray for rain. And yes, there are good years and there are bad years for every specie.
Rain's been pretty much nonexistent here in SW Washington...grrrr. I've yet to even find any Stunzii's around. Even the pesky Pan. foenesecci and other lawn mushrooms have died off. I hope it starts raining soon.