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Dec 11, 2014 4:48 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
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I have some weed out here that grows like crazy. No I have tried it and it is not too bad. Have no idea what it is, but next door chicken love the snarf out of it, but the bunnies don't nor do the deer. If left to grow it will get pretty white flowers on it that the butterflies love. I figure if the chickens eating it, it can't be all bad.

Oh, man.. You are so lucky. I would love to be able to spend time and learn from a Shaman in person.

Oh yes, you really.. really.. really need to be careful with eating wild mushrooms. My first time out hunting I came back with every single one of them poisonous. Every year I get a lot fo different types growing in my yard from all the rains and having a wooded area, but there is only the one small white ones that the squirrels will touch. Now they eat those like crazy when they find them.

You can buy some of the white button mushrooms at the grocery store. Bring them home, spore them out and grow in baggies of moist sphagnum moss. Takes about 3 or 4 months before they fully grow and develop to where you can eat them.

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