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I started mushroom hunting at the beginning of autumn. I never did it earlier, so I am a newbie in this exciting pastime I combed out thoroughly several rather large fields alongside and found only the single place where 5 pretty good Semilanceatas were next to a good cow shit bun I visited the place a week later and found another 6 fruits which had a less, quite less size. I didn?t forget to comb through the whole field but found nothing. It looks as if the place I found is the single one good for shrooms on the whole field. The weather wasn?t so cold for all the week (lowest temperature at night was 10C =50F), and light rains were twice.. So may I ask several questions? Mostly for Canadians and other north guys from the countries have similar climate.
1) It?s tiresome to visit a field every day. On the other hand, it?s sucks to loose shrooms. What the time period between checks is best? What time must pass after a rain enough for good fruits? development? 2) People around talk that shrooms should grow better if the weather is colder. So will my secret place become cooler together with weather? Are there any chances that shrooms will appear in other places of the field? 3) Also they say the activity doesn?t depend on a shroom?s size. I can?t believe that 10 mm height choco-boy is equal to 10 cm lanky fellow. Am I wrong? Anyway, what the amount of small (3-5 cm in height) Semilancaetas for first trip?