Leaks/Ramps.

Discussion in 'Michigan Non-Game Animals, Plants, and Scenery' started by quack head, May 7, 2018.

  1. quack head

    quack head

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    So I have been trying g to find leaks while out looking for shooms. Any tips on the environment i should be focusing on? I did find some wild garlic. Bonus!

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  2. Radar420

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    Damp rich soils. Not too wet though. There's tons of them growing on our property up north (beech-maple forest) and the majority are found on gently sloping hills.
     
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    Yep. My best spots are on the first slope coming up out of creek bottoms, above high water mark.
     
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    doesn't have to be rich but damp is true. I transplanted some to my place in Midland (clay/sand) and they do well.
     
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