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DrRJWood

Hope this question isn't too general, but I have a syringe of black morel and hen of the woods LC. Heading down to Florida for the winter into the spring. Have a good sized yard with plenty of trees. Is there some way to turn this LC into some delicious mushrooms? Is Florida at this time an ok environment? 

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Mushinist

Morels are a spring mushroom and should've been spawned to some wood chips around spring of this year for them to possibly pop up this coming spring, they are a finicky mushroom to try and grow so good luck.

Hens are a fall mushroom that likes cool temps. You could grow them indoors on some sawdust/chips if you can keep temps low enough. Or spawn some to chips in the spring and with some luck there will be some pop up in fall.

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