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Happy Hunting Tip By Karen Ryan It’s time to gather your hunting/guides and id keys. Unlike plants, mushrooms and other fungi don’t produce their food from sunlight. Instead, they feed off the nutrients in other organisms. Fungi release enzymes that break down material, then they consume the nutrition. Many species grow mutually beneficial relationships with certain kinds of trees. For […]
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    Happy Hunting Tip By Karen Ryan It’s time to gather your hunting/guides and id keys. Unlike plants, mushrooms and other fungi don’t produce their food from sunlight. Instead, they feed off the nutrients in other organisms. Fungi release enzymes that break down material, then they consume the nutrition. Many species grow mutually beneficial relationships with certain kinds of trees. For […]
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    Happy Hunting Tip | August 2018

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    Happy Hunting Tip By Karen Ryan It’s time to gather your hunting/guides and id keys. Unlike plants, mushrooms and other…

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    Happy Hunting Tip  By Karen Ryan  With the approach of the Rockies mushroom season, and CMS forays gearing up, there…

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