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I live in Middle GA, right next to Milledgeville, and the weather just seems too perfect for me to be coming home empty handed each night. Last year around this time the psilocybes were running amuck all throughout the field that I frequent. Are there any tell-tale signs when a farmer switches his feed to kill the mushrooms (other than the lack of mushrooms) ??? There are plenty of other types of mushrooms, but no shroomies! Is there any good way to tell?
It seems this myth of "Government Grain" is becoming wide spread.
If there is fungicide in cattle feed, it is there to prevent the feed from rotting, not to prevent shrooms. If there are other shrooms growing in the field, then it's likely that fungicide is not the culprit. I have yet to hear of a species-specific fungicide.