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Any Morel mushroom hunters here?

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« Reply #15 on: December 21, 2015, 10:10:59 pm »

There aren't any surefire ways to find them, but they LOVE dead wood. Deadfalls of ash, maple and cherry/apple trees. Also think like a spore...they tend to collect in ruts and the like...avoid oaks and pines, they make the soil too acidic. Just a little helpful knowledge, but pagan, they can be unpredictable. I've found them in pine areas, but they were always a little ragged lol

That's where we found them was under and around the pines and firs....
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« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2015, 07:22:46 am »

There aren't any surefire ways to find them, but they LOVE dead wood. Deadfalls of ash, maple and cherry/apple trees. Also think like a spore...they tend to collect in ruts and the like...avoid oaks and pines, they make the soil too acidic. Just a little helpful knowledge, but pagan, they can be unpredictable. I've found them in pine areas, but they were always a little ragged lol

That's where we found them was under and around the pines and firs....


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who knows, different states, different soils, different attitudes....morels sure can be unpredictable.
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