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You know, I was asking the same in my head, now how all to get a lot of loser weed to know that the shroomies is just around. Psychopathic, the wait and I, I just waitin' and my psycho can't keep off the path, just to go down and feel those shroomies like big, big breassasses. You know me, true, I ain gotta get risen' past some six to pluck fag chickens. East LA is my hope, to me like my cortex to me I dream to get back there some time.
Libs come earlier than cyans, OJ. We can expect liberty caps to start their growth probably the next good few days of rain. Expect about 3 good days of rain, man. Maybe off-and-on drizzle , etc. The ground has to be pretty wet and the temps will have to drop alittle. September will be good, unless we get nothing but sunshine for the entire month! :)
Cyans, I believe, need yet colder conditions. The wetness is not as much of a definite on these species. Considering the overall dampness of the PNW, cyans will fruit possibly without the rain. I believe their mycelium thrives on temps under the surface, deeper than other species of Psilocybe, such as semilanceata, etc.
I've only picked Ps. cyanescens one season, which is last fall. I didn't find the first patch until October 22. I don't know when MJ found his first last year, but I think it was earlier in October. If I remember correctly, the first to find liberty caps last year found them in late August, which is almost in the past for us. It just depends on perfect conditions, OJ.
Hope I helped, man! Stay cool!-Levi7.