Must be getting cooler at night out your way. Send a little coolness our way , PLEASE??!!
Growing up in Burns this brings back found memories. My Dad was the one that did the main cutting but as I grew older I also did cutting. This brings found memories of my Father and discussing all kinds of things. He was such a good man and Father then. You know once you got the rythem of cutting it was not as back breaking as it looks. At 70 I still have good strength.
Have you ever tried inoculating your freshly cut wooden limbs/stumps with mushroom spores?
Never heard of that idea. Tell me more!
Here is a link that explains each step & the items you may need to have on hand ———–
The article is called, ‘How to Inoculate a Log with Mushroom Spores’.
In addition to the listed items, sounds like plenty of rain & patience maybe essential too:-)
One of my gardening books states that freshly cut hardwoods produce the best results.
Mushrooms grew abundantly/freely on my neighbors old Oak stump when they first chopped it down many years ago.
Maybe an experiment your granddaughter’s would enjoy trying with you?
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