I would like to see this newstar. I have been told by the best experts that it is impossible to cultivate morels with any success. I invite you to please show us your photo's and evidence/information. Thanks
Newstar after u load pic to photobucket click on the pic and then click on the iclne with three balls. Then copy link to clipboard, after that click the box to the right of HTML.. Then go to reply and hold down until blue bubble pops up and click on it to paste. Sound like a lot but easy when u learn.
newstar, I feel your pain. That is what I get every time I try to load a photo on the comment section. But you can go up to the Photo section on top, click on it and where it says to post a photo click on it and very easily load photo's the easy way, without having to copy and paste from photo bucket. It is where I have to post my photo's. It is very, very simple there.
When Jack can, he will post them in the photo section. Interested to see it your morels and how you did it. I have seen a few videos about cultivating them on youtube but I have never seen as many morels as you described from a cultivated patch.
Newstar, Those morels may be the coolest thing I have seen all day... Wish I knew how to get them to grow in the woods on my land. Around here they only grow near Elm or dying Elm trees in the bottom land and we only have hardwood forests, mainly oak and it is hill country. Congrats on your success. That is incredible.
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