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So I'm back in New Hampshire again. Around this time last year, I was talking a walk when I noticed loads of amanitas sitting on the sides of the roads and on the edge of frtests. Well, this time, in spite of the beautiful and favorable weather, I checked all my old amanita spots and found nothing! Except 2 little baby amanitas that didn't look like they were going to make it, I broke a little piece off the cap and scattered it around on woodchips and on the edge of the forest to encourage growth.
So my question is, do Amanitas usually grow in the same general areas every year? There were plenty on the EDGE of forests, and IIRC, that's where most guides say to look, do you think I should look deeper in the forest this time? I'm waiting for a nice rain...
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