Last fall as we were out picking tundra berries (NW AK) the kids were pointing out the various types of tundra mushrooms.
I noticed there were certain spots the supported a decent population of mushrooms.
I am leary of picking them.
I also noticed none resembled the morrel.
I did pick up some sawdust spore for morrels but have yet to sedd it out.
Im thinking NW Alaska should be a decent environment If you have a seed log of a variety mushroom you know is edible.
The next thing was as researching seed logs two types were used for certain types of mushrooms.
Alder logs and Birch logs two types of wood that should be available further inland.
Birch does not grow on the barren tundra coast.
Yet I beleive a seeded birch placed out in the willow thicket behind my house might produce.
Its close and the odds the mushrooms growing on your seeded log are safe to eat.
Last edited by Rex in OTZ; 07-22-2019 at 06:33 PM.