A couple months ago I planted 3 bags of Morchella Imortuna around my yard. Each bag had grain in the bottom and sawdust above that, mycellium in all of it. The instructions said to throw the grain part away. That's just not me. I planted it in 4 Earthboxes with some comfrey root cuttings and some strawberry plants. I just now transplanted the comfrey in my yard. I disturbed the mycellium as little as posible. I still found a cluster of 4 primordia! Would these have actually produced this fall? Maybe they can wait until spring? Maybe they won't do anything but the mycellium is thriving, so I can plant more places in my yard or just leave it in the boxes and see if I get Earthbox morels next spring. I think I'll wait.
I guess the primordia could be a contaminant, but the mycellium looks just like what I've been planting.
Also, I'm hoping the mycellium on the comfrey and strawberries may spread it around even more.