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Nameko mushrooms a hit at the Downtown Lawrence Farmers' Market

By Shaun Hittle · April 9, 2011 · Comment on this

Linda Gorman of Wakarusa Valley Farm talks about growing nameko mushrooms Saturday at the Downtown Lawrence Farmers' Market. The mushrooms, which are grown in a crate, were popular with shoppers who stopped to take pictures of the display.

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riverdrifter 3 years ago

Nothing yet. I'm not looking again until Tuesday. Rain would be good, yes. May apples are popping, hound's tooth violets & dutchman's breeches are blooming. Haven't seen any timber rattlers yet, either. Still have a trail cam out looking for a mountain lion. Nothing. The bucks' new racks became evident about two weeks ago.

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autie 3 years ago

TOB, we did see a couple of young people enjoying nature's bounty right there at the market..well, sort of off to the edge a bit..

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The_Original_Bob 3 years ago

"Mushrooms a hit at the Farmers' Market"

So was the weed. I love the farmer's market. I am glad it is Spring.

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autie 3 years ago

I bought some from the nice lady...good stuff Maynard.

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redwombat 3 years ago

I would love to learn to hunt! Would someone please take me?

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5thgeneration 3 years ago

I just got 6 morels in Lawrence this afternoon. Not as many as I usually find in my sweet spot. I'd say that the next few days should be producing well.

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shleppy 3 years ago

i was hoping this article was morel related. any sightings?

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5thgeneration 3 years ago

We buy and eat lots of the Nameko 'shrooms. A must try in my opinion.

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