Truffels (sp?)

K N and P J Harris ecoli at cix.compulink.co.uk
Mon Oct 2 16:16:15 EST 1995


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> HELP. I don't know what i should be asking or if this is the right 
place
> tTO ask but, i would like to find out info on truffle in ohio? I have
> heard that truffles could grow in the wild (with the right cond.) in 
this
> part of the country )usa). Could anyone inlighten me as to the 
possablies
> as such. thanks Robin Gingerich (no relation) ac340 at seorf.ohiou.edu
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> Robin T. Gingerich-Artist
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You need at least two things, a chalky soil and some well established 
trees. After that you get into climatic conditions as well.
Peter, Reading, UK.




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