Morels out

Daniel B. Wheeler dwheeler at ipns.com
Thu Apr 11 22:57:48 EST 2002


For those foresters with cottonwood, willow, Oregon White oak,
Douglas-fir, Western hemlock, or recent thinning or burn areas, you
might want to start checking for morels. Morels (Morchella sps) are
difficult to describe and impossible to forget once you've tasted
them. They look similar to pine cones on a stem, are between 1.5 and
18 inches tall, and should be showing up about how. If you find a
bunch of them, you _might_ want to sell them.

Daniel B. Wheeler
www.oregonwhitetruffles.com




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