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Truffles #3375519
10/18/12 03:52 PM
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Does anybody know anything about truffles I think I have a yard full of them they are growing on Old Pine tree roots


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Re: Truffles [Re: aprophet] #3377005
10/19/12 11:03 AM
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I dont think truffles grow above ground!Thats why they use pigs to find them under the soil.

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Re: Truffles [Re: aprophet] #3384991
10/24/12 12:04 AM
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We have what are known as Oregon black and oregon white truffles here. They are very good, and grow in fir tree farms. What you have are probably rhizopogon and not truffles.


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Re: Truffles [Re: wingnut] #3393103
10/28/12 11:17 PM
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Originally Posted By: wingnut
We have what are known as Oregon black and oregon white truffles here. They are very good, and grow in fir tree farms. What you have are probably rhizopogon and not truffles.
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looking at Images on google and this is what they look like they are actually mostly under ground I was plant some fig bushes and kina dug them up just wondering what they were thanks guys


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