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So yea, Arkansas needs to go ahead and catch up with the other states that are already producing. Our average high's right now are in the 70's with it getting down into the 50's at night, and rain has been scattered. So far, I havn't seen any mushroom growth of any kind except for the fungus on rotting tree's and what not; which is always there. Last time I found P. Cubensis was on Thanksgiving day in a cow field that hasn't produced anything so far this year. Guess I'll have to be patient.
Nein. Arkansas get the shaft in lots of books. Many references say that no actives grow in Arkansas, but they are very wrong. At least in the area of cubes, never heard of any others in Arkansas though.
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