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Three areas on my property previously produced decent numbers of Black Morels.

But this year there were none.


Last big harvest was four years ago.

Then we got caught up in the western drought. Very dry two years ago. Extreme drought last year.

Then it started raining end of August, last year.

And it kept raining all fall. Huge snow falls this winter. Heavy rains this spring.


So I had high hopes that with lots of ground moisture, that the Morels would do well.

Even in the drought years I found a few.


I assume that severe drought last summer was too much and maybe morel mycelium died off or was so stressed that there has not been enough time for recovery to make mushrooms.


Any similar experiences?

Predictions for future years?

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