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What is the best area, or even some good areas, in Georgia to find Psilocibe Cubensis mushrooms? Preferably closest to Atlanta. I found a nice field just north of Macon, but I was wondering if anyone else has any suggestions, or if there's a really good area with lots of fields.
Milledgeville is a little closer to Atlanta than Macon and is known to have a decent amount of producing fields. My experience with it is that it can be great or shitty, depending on if spots have been picked over by the local college students.
If you head down I-20 going east, about 30 miles outside of Atlanta you will start seeing more and more cow fields. Exit 105 has been recommended before; I've tried it with no luck, but I'd imagine with good weather conditions it'd be a promising area (it's pretty much nothing but pastures).
And if you're willing to make the drive, I think Valdosta would be the best for hunting cubes in Georgia, from what I hear at least.
Recently I've been doing a lot of "research" finding good spots in Georgia by just getting in the car and heading south and keeping my eyes open, because in Georgia no matter what road you take going south from Atlanta you'll end up in the middle of nowhere with a bunch of farms if you drive long enough.
Yeh ... I've heard good things abot Milledgeville. Take Exit 114 off I-20, go right towards Eatonton and after maybe ten miles you will see a sign that says "Cattle capital of the South' or something like that. But, I've never went hunting around there. Its just what I heard.
From my personal experience, I found that Metter, GA, and the areas between there and Stateboro are fucking great. To get there, head down I-75 towards Macon, then Take I-16 towards Savannah ... thats like a 3 hour drive from Atlanta.
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