I am in Northeastern IL and tiny greys have been up for a few days, I couldn't believe it! As always, they come up through thick mossy patches, but usually not till April 15th or so. I am really worried that we may get screwed this year as the weather is going to be really cold for the next 10 days or more. Good luck out west but you guys should give it a look a bit sooner than the end of the month.
Every year I get in a big hurry to try to get out there and every year is the same thing, I curse the weather and end up doing alright. The best indicator I have for the start of the season is when I find my first one!
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” mushroom_mentor ” the good news is nobody ever died from eating the wrong tree. On the other hand proper mushroom identification is vitally important. The saying goes ” All wild mushrooms are edible, some only ONCE.” There are a couple real easy trick’s to identifying Elm bark/trees.
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They are going to swell up this week. Been finding plenty of primordia the last 5 days, all in the 3mm-9mm range. We have over 600 gps pins dropped throughout Jo Daviess County hopeful for a great season!
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