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This past week I found one, large, morel at my usual morel location in Northampton County. And, I have found more tics on me this spring than ever before.
 

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Hey! I'm new the morel hunting. I have a farm in Saylorsburg, and have been out a few times looking for mushrooms and ramps but haven't found any yet. Ever up for someone to tag along? I'm good with identifying plants (medicinal/edible) but haven't found any morels ever!
 

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Use Sawyers repellant. You wont have a tick on you. Just spray your clothes. You can buy it at walmart or dicks sporting goods.
 

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Nope not near Marshalls creek. Near Brodheadsville. BTW for ticks - rose geranium essential oil. Use it on myself and my dog, no ticks whatsoever.
 

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Hey Blue, are you in the southern Northampton co. ? I am in Easton, and have been out about every 2-3- days and still nothing here ALSO was it a black or blond you found?
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Found a nice basket of big yellows today in Lower Saucon. First time we were out this year and I wish I had more time to go. Some of the ones we found were too far gone to save but we found a small one too so they still should be flushing for the next week or so. A few were under Tulip Poplar but most were actually under Spruce and White Pines mixed with Poplars.
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