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Monday, August 20, 2012

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Jane Mitchell

You'll need more than a compost pile to grow your truffles. To start with you'll have to have the right kind of tree (oak, hazel, birch, pine, etc) on whose roots the fungi can grow. Then you'll need your pig, dog or bee (whatever the growers are currently using) to locate where they are. It will be a long wait...

Janis & David


That is so true, Jane. In the south, there is a truffle that grows at the base of pecan trees under the decomposing leaves. Many farmers just toss them aside. Truffle harvesting is not an easy affair!

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