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RCP_30
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Has anyone noticed an increased amount of mushrooms growing in your yard? We have had a lot growing and some of them are unusual looking. I have also noticed more in our neighbor's yard.
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08/09/2013 10:13 AM
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I have weed growing and so does my neighbors
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08/09/2013 10:15 AM

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08/09/2013 10:16 AM
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08/09/2013 10:18 AM
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I hope you're right

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08/09/2013 10:20 AM
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Sorry......
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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08/09/2013 10:32 AM

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Yes. Too much rain, here. Tennessee.
Lot of mushrooms in shady part of yard.
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08/09/2013 10:46 AM
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With all the rain lately expect plenty of mushrooms for the next few weeks. It's that time of year. Warmth and water equals mushrooms.
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We have not had that much rain, I wouldn't call it a drought though. There are some that are nothing like I have seen growing around here and I have been here 30 years. I appreciate the input and I would agree, but there has not been that much rain. It has been humid as hell though. There is just too much weird shit happening. Even with insects, more specifically ants and mosquitoes.
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We have not had that much rain, I wouldn't call it a drought though. There are some that are nothing like I have seen growing around here and I have been here 30 years. I appreciate the input and I would agree, but there has not been that much rain. It has been humid as hell though. There is just too much weird shit happening. Even with insects, more specifically ants and mosquitoes.
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Mushrooms love humid.
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08/09/2013 12:19 PM
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Has anyone noticed an increased amount of mushrooms growing in your yard? We have had a lot growing and some of them are unusual looking. I have also noticed more in our neighbor's yard.
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Not the kind that I prefer. ;)
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08/09/2013 12:21 PM
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I have weed growing and so does my neighbors
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me to,
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08/09/2013 12:35 PM
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Are the ones growing in yards generally edible?

I don't mind mushrooms, but the thought of finding them (other than in grocery stores) on my own is a little sketchy. Sure, there's edible mushroom books, but you hear those stories of 80 year old mushroom hunters found dead in the woods after they mistakenly ate a similar looking toxic one.
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08/09/2013 12:36 PM
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What part of the country are you in OP?
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08/09/2013 12:38 PM
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Are the ones growing in yards generally edible?

I don't mind mushrooms, but the thought of finding them (other than in grocery stores) on my own is a little sketchy. Sure, there's edible mushroom books, but you hear those stories of 80 year old mushroom hunters found dead in the woods after they mistakenly ate a similar looking toxic one.
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not here
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08/09/2013 12:49 PM
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Are the ones growing in yards generally edible?

I don't mind mushrooms, but the thought of finding them (other than in grocery stores) on my own is a little sketchy. Sure, there's edible mushroom books, but you hear those stories of 80 year old mushroom hunters found dead in the woods after they mistakenly ate a similar looking toxic one.
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not here
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sorry, should have clarified...how about in Michigan? I've noticed there seems to be more mushrooms in yards :)
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08/09/2013 12:51 PM
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Are the ones growing in yards generally edible?

I don't mind mushrooms, but the thought of finding them (other than in grocery stores) on my own is a little sketchy. Sure, there's edible mushroom books, but you hear those stories of 80 year old mushroom hunters found dead in the woods after they mistakenly ate a similar looking toxic one.
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not here
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sorry, should have clarified...how about in Michigan? I've noticed there seems to be more mushrooms in yards :)
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I'm in Montreal and once saw a dozen kids being treated by ambulance after eating those under my apple trees.

Never tried em....lol
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08/09/2013 12:52 PM
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They where making them puke em.
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08/09/2013 01:05 PM
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Are the ones growing in yards generally edible?

I don't mind mushrooms, but the thought of finding them (other than in grocery stores) on my own is a little sketchy. Sure, there's edible mushroom books, but you hear those stories of 80 year old mushroom hunters found dead in the woods after they mistakenly ate a similar looking toxic one.
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There has been a pretty deeply ingrained fear of mushrooms which is not entirely warranted; at least not to the extent that people seem to have.
Mushroom deaths are relatively rare, though..

BUT, there are some incredibly dangerous ones, like:

Conocybe filaris / Pholiotina filaris
^^^ this can be a common lawn mushroom

Amanita Phalloides (Death Cap)
A. Bisporigera (Destroying Angel)

Gyromitra Esculenta (False Morel)

Galerina marginata (Deadly Galerina)
G. autumnalis (same species?)
G. venenata (same?)

The above Galerina specie(s) is/are one of the really dangerous ones that psychedelic mushroom hunters run into, because it looks so similar to what they are looking for.

I'm not a mushroom expert by any means, but I do dabble and talk to people that hunt mushrooms to eat all the time, and I have a few field guides so I can identify the most poisonous ones fairly well.

I"M NOT TELLING ANYONE TO GO PICK AND EAT MUSHROOMS

Learn about them. :)
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Half bubbels are cool l..l fire away

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