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 Mushrooms in industrial and residential areas



As already mentioned, mushrooms grow not only in pristine nature, penis envy mushrooms they follow man in industrial and residential areas.

Until now, stories about how people cut mushrooms or raincoats for rich soup in their own front garden have not been utopia.

In fact, under any pine or spruce, under any birch or walnut bush, the mushrooms associated with this plant species find suitable living conditions for themselves penis envy mushrooms

If the soil under the trees is not loose every two weeks, if the fallen leaves and needles are not regularly removed, then the myceliums have a chance to grow and spread. 

And then one beautiful day, under the decorative birch trees near the garage, grows a luxurious boletus!

Mushrooms are often found in pastures covered with lush grass.


This applies to all green areas within cities. Even here mushrooms find the conditions they need to thrive! And most of all, they grow in parks and cemeteries. 

In 100 square meters of a public garden, on the playground of a sport or in a green environment near an administrative building.

The same mushrooms or raincoat may appear. And the fruiting bodies they form are no less impressive than the mushrooms 

Outside the forest, both edible and poisonous varieties grow. When collecting mushrooms in the meadow, you should definitely learn to 

Distinguish edible and conditionally edible species from inedible and deadly poisons.

Of course, the most important in terms of nutritional value and taste are porcini mushrooms, often called meadow mushrooms, and mushrooms.

However, according to the observations of experienced mushroom gatherers.

Forest mushrooms are of higher quality than those grown in the meadow, as they are more likely to become worms.


Meadow mushrooms: delicious mushrooms (video)

Among those that often grow in the meadow are meadow or meadow mushrooms, champignons and rows.

Quite less common are either white-bearded, white and, often near woods and forests. 

Most species of meadow mushrooms do not differ in nutritional value and taste from their counterparts collected in the forest.

Description

It is widely distributed and grows abundantly on the ground, mainly in open grassy spaces - in meadows, forest glades, along roadsides, in clearing, in gardens and parks, more often in pastures. 

It is found both in the plains and in the mountains. Fruit bodies appear individually, in groups or in large groups; often forming arches and rings. 

Usually grows next to nettles. Rarely near trees; Spruces are an exception. Distributed throughout Russia. 

Common in the northern temperate zone.


season: from late May to mid-October-November.


Similar species

toxic species

cap of death ( Amanita phalloides ). It is distinguished by white hymenophore plates, a tuberous-swollen stem base surrounded by volva.

A white single-layer ring on the stem, and the absence of a characteristic anise odor.

Yellow -skinned champignon ( Agaricus xanthodermus ). Smaller types of mushrooms; usually, especially in the planting of black locust, from July to October.

 It has an unpleasant ("pharmacy") odor of carbolic acid. When damaged, especially on the side of the cover and at the base of the stem, its flesh quickly turns yellow.

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