Thanks Trahn, not picking yet. They have been here for a while now just not growing fast at all. Steelernations probably right though the heat or slugs are going to get them if I don’t.Barnacle are you picking chants yet? Surprised they are up already, really haven't been out yet. Going out next week for milk, chants and trumpets. Just hasn't seem warm enough for them yet. Happy Hunting!
No, I wouldn't. The myc matrix runs at times 6inches, soil depth. Happy HuntingThanks Trahn, not picking yet. They have been here for a while now just not growing fast at all. Steelernations probably right though the heat or slugs are going to get them if I don’t.
I have a spot on a high traffic trail that hundreds of chants come up on and get trampled by kids at a summer camp type place. Question is could I take a flat shovel and skim the top inch of bare soil with all the pins in it and transplant them to a safer spot? It’s such a bummer seeing them get trampled.
Sorry, I was talking about this picture. On a few edges, you can see where it stained black from either touching it or it rubbed against something. They are edible when young, personally I've never tried them.Jack...that’s what the white ones are? I assumed they were oysters...same thing? Are they edible?
That is a cortinarius. Go back to that spot and look really carefully for black trumpets. I often find those species growing together in southern MI.Found this under oaks. Having trouble with id. It was lavender in color. The spore print looked brown to me. It was about 3.5 inches in diameter. I cut the bottom of the stem off it is beside it in the first picture. Thank you for any help. View attachment 8820 View attachment 8818