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Hi Peter, question about shaggymanes

 
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I live in high-desert New Mexico, adore shaggymanes, and seldom find them. Is there any reasonable prospect of cultivating them in garden beds, maybe with shadecloth, or in fields? Any advice about this delicious mushroom is appreciated.
 
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I'd like to know this too. Shaggy manes are one of the only edible mushrooms that grows in this region.
 
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