Morel mushrooms grow all over the United States, but they do not grow in desert regions or in the coastal regions of the Deep South. The Great Lakes region of the Midwest is the best for finding morel mushrooms. More »

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The fruiting bodies of morels have been observed growing as much as 1/2-inch taller over the course of three days, according to The Great Morel. Under ideal conditions, the sclerotia forms primordia within 2 weeks, and t... More »

Morel mushrooms are found in a majority of the United States from late March until early May, growing in or near forest areas. During the spring, they are found on south facing slopes in more open areas, and later in mor... More »

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Morel mushrooms are found in a majority of the United States from late March until early May, growing in or near forest areas. During the spring, they are found on south facing slopes in more open areas, and later in mor... More »

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In the United States, the United States Department of Agriculture defines numerical growing regions based on winter and summer temperature averages and all trees, shrubs and seeds are labeled according to these growing r... More »

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While it is possible to eat raw portobello mushrooms, Dr. Andrew Weil advises against eating any mushrooms without cooking them first. Raw mushrooms contain potentially harmful and toxic carcinogens. More »

Edible mushrooms are plentiful throughout the world, with the most popular varieties including portobellos, crimini and porcini. According to GardenGuides.com, each mushroom species offers unique nutritional benefits. Ho... More »

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