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i have to go with my family to utah to see my other family. *sighs* i was wondering if any mushrooms grow out their? my grandpa owns farm land and has plenty of cows and sheep , and mountains all over!. i checked the "mapping the myc network" thing and it said no syco active mushrooms grow in utah, Is this true? any way i just get bored down their and now that i have gotten into mushrooms, there might be something for me to plan!
Due to Utah's cold winters, sometimes -25 F. and deep frost levels, and the spring mushroom season is about 4 hrs long before usually hitting 100 F. later in the day with no rain for months and the extreme low humidity, only some edibles and maybe Lawn Mower Mushrooms round out the exciting selection found on lawns sprinkled every night, or on trees in the mountains. This winter, deep snow and a long cold spring has made travel to higher areas STILL a tad risky. While traveling here, be sure to sample the 3.2 beer. Be sure to visit "One Eyed Murtle" the only topless dancer in the state. We do have the rare and elusive Utah Crying Mushroom. It can be seen at night, trying to hop aboard the UP freight cars, and escape to Nevada, a far more mushroom friendly state. For the mushroom hunter, Utah offers a rare opportunity! a clean slate and a real challenge!