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Living in michigan the shroom hunting life sucks. So i am wondering where i should tend to look in michigan. I have seen mushrooms on woodchips, lawns, fields and everywhere but nothing magical. Someone told me to look at cow pastures in dung (obviously) but i fail to see how there could be anything growing in cow dung here if the cows had not been exposed to it growing in the ground naturally. Could someone clarify?
Just keep trying man. And don't eat anything that doesn't bruise blue! And if it DOES bruise blue, make DAMN sure you know what species it is...I hear liver failure really sucks! Also, cow dung is actually the best place to look about 24-48 hours after a good rain. So far I've found 5 species growing on dung, and I think one of them has a *slight* chance of being active. There should be a regional list that lists magic mushrooms that grow in each state. Its probably not complete, but it'll definately help you to know what to look for. Its in the Grow/Find section.