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OfflineAbeZard
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When is it too hot to find 'em?
    #369780 - 08/10/01 12:29 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

With my first home-made batch going green, looks like I need to stumble back to my field. But, with temps here in the mid-90's, isn't that too hot for the shroomies? It has been 90-96 this week with really high humidity and little rain.

Abe Zaardvark
From historic coastal town in Southeast


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From historic coastal town in Southeast


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Offlinecube420
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Re: When is it too hot to find 'em? [Re: AbeZard]
    #369867 - 08/10/01 06:30 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

not too hot at all..... only thing is, You'll probably find some that are dried out from the Sun..

I found some cubes over here in TX last June with temps upwards of 101-105*... aight?



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Re: When is it too hot to find 'em? [Re: AbeZard]
    #369889 - 08/10/01 07:21 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

If there are pine trees around the edges of the field, that's where you'll find 'em, right now! Heat? Perfect! As long as the area isn't overgrown with ferns and palmettos, you'll see, they're waiting for you to take 'em home with ya.
BustaCap
A little bit SW from that historic coastal town



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