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Discussion in 'Michigan' started by billyraybar, May 4, 2020.
Another week or 2?
Went out this morning near Temperance...Nothing but a couple of ticks
Found 6 greys yesterday in Macomb (and a tick)
Went back to the area I found the greys and found three yellows. Wondering if I missed these and the grey do in fact turn to yellows. The bugs were at them a bit so I do believe these are not fresh. Always thought the greys go yellow over time. Never found a black in my spots so cant comment on that.
Husband and I ran into a friend in Oakland county woods and we found 16 greys each. Don't know how to upload pics...
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Today Oakland county
This was on Wednesday in Oakland and
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Finally lol, my family has been Morel Hunting for decades in Northern MI and about 10 yrs ago we realized they're in our backyards. I found 1 in my backyard on Tuesday! Our rule is look everywhere
Ps, some were a little burnt from this crazy cold weather
I thought they were the same to except for the ones that get really big but I never found any huge ones to compare.
Nope...Grays do not turn into yellows! Blacks are blacks, grays are gray and yellows are yellow! Usually blacks pop up first then grays then lastly yellows...All three can be found at the same time though.
Greys are greys yellows are yellows. No color morphing. The cold snap we had last week stopped a lot of new ones from popping. With all this rain we just got and are still getting I should say....and the night time tempts staying up in the 50s and and days in the high 60s to 70 they will be popping anytime now. Gotta give em a few days to grow tho. It take 5 to 9 days to reach full size. Its fri. may 15th. I'll be looking this weekend in shelby twp. Macomb twp and Rochester. Good luck! Let us know what ya find
I went out to a couple of my spots in Macomb county. Found a few yellows (3-4 inchers) but the slugs were at them. If the rain lets up today I will take a quick look again. Back to reality tomorrow.
Anybody try to seed spots? If I find buggy ones I take them and spread them around promising looking dirt/trees. Cant hurt. Did that under a plum tree in my yard, they sprouted for quite a few years, at least a a half dozen.
FYI, made it out for an hour found 5 yellows in my spot. These were not there a few days a go. Fresh but the slugs were getting to them all ready.