After a really nice couple of flushes before the snow and ice, we are back in the 50s here in ohio which should trigger another fruiting. The last time out it had dropped below freezing, so no knife was needed for the second day of harvesting earlier in the month...\"snap\"
And boy did we find pounds yesterday, though some wading was required, so mushroom season is still alive in Ohio. Also found, huge flushes of large tree ears or Judas ears and many flushes of one of my favorite late season edibles, velvet foot. Happy holidays all.
Hey Tran good to hear from you. I was just telling Shroomdawg last week that I have a tree that kicks out the winter oysters but the majority of them was 20 foot up the tree.
Did get a few towards the bottom of the trunk about waist high tho.
Anyway welcome back.
Hey Latt good to hear from you as well. Been a busy year, had a good summer mushroom season and fall shroomin was fair. Found some wild sang patches but didn't harvest any. My second year planted sang patch produced some seed this year(I was very pleased with that). Cann't wait for them to come up in the spring again.
Good to hear from you again Trahn as well, we used to trade posts on the PA board at another mushroom related site. Glad your summer was as good as ours and with the exception of of lack of agaricus, we had a pretty decent fall and early winter. We are sure paying for it now in Ohio. Best of the best in the New Year, you too Latt!