Notes: How to find a truffle: 1) look for partially eaten remains; or 2-4) look for mushrumps: humps in the soil where truffles are forming underground. Sometimes they’ve already partially above ground. This is what I call the Banana Truffle. It is edible, and it’s also wonderful for innoculating large numbers of trees with mycorrhizal fungi. A single average-sized sporocarp (1.5 inches diameter) will innoculate several square miles of seedling trees at 500 trees per acre and 640 acres per square mile.
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