Mushrooms in the Omsk region

Russia is rich in mushroom places, one of which is the Omsk region. Mushrooms in the Omsk region will please with a variety of species. Studying the map of the region will allow mushroom pickers from Omsk to collect a good crop.

Mushrooms in the Omsk region

Features of the area

Omsk region is characterized by such features:

  • fertile soil is rich in humus;
  • deciduous, coniferous forests are located on its territory, but not too dense;
  • the abundance of torrential rains provides constant soil moisture;
  • a lot of sunshine.

Features of climate and nature affect the development and growth of different types of mushrooms.

Map of mushroom places of the region

The secrets of mushroom picking in Omsk and the region can be learned by well studying the map of their growth, which are mushroom pickers with experience. It allows you to find and collect the desired view in a certain area of ​​the region.

Mushrooms in the regions

Depending on the site, different species grow in the Omsk region:

  • Russula grow in Pavlogradka;
  • brown boletus trees are common in Pavlogradka, Gorky, Omsk, Tarsky, Sedelnikovsky, Ust-Ishim, Znamensky district;
  • cowsheds grow in Pavlogradka, in Omsk, Poltava, Lubinsky, Kormilovsky, Sedelnikovsky districts, Kalachinsk ("Selena" gardens);
  • porcini mushrooms grow in Gorky, Kormilovsky, Muromtsevo, Tarsky, Tevrizsky regions;
  • butterworms are common in Cherlak, Muromtsevo district;
  • champignons, honey mushrooms - in the Omsk region;
  • boletus - in the Azov, Poltava, Ust-Ishim districts;
  • Lumps are common in the Muromtsevo district.

Description of mushrooms

If it rains heavily in the middle of summer, mushroom spots will replenish faster.

Boletus

The birch bark is a representative of the genus Obabec. It is better to collect wetlands in the northern region; they are common in the taiga, in the swamp area, in mixed or deciduous forests.

Common boletus is common in forest-steppe zones, grows in birch forests, forms a mushroom root with birch trees.

Porcini

According to the description, cep is a representative of the genus Borovik. The collection is carried out in forest areas where a mushroom root with birch and pine is formed.

Oiler

Look for oil in the coniferous forests

The common oiler grows on the territory of pine forests, and a mushroom root forms with pine.

Kozlyak

Little goats belong to the genus Oily, it is better to collect them in places of growth of needles and mixed forests, form a mushroom root with pine, less often with cedar.

Boletus

Yellow-brown aspen boletus belongs to the obachka, grows around birches in forest areas. Red boletus is better to collect in places where deciduous trees are common and in mixed forests under aspen, in rare cases - near a birch and poplar.

Ginger, fox, thrush

Ginger belongs to the genus Mlechnik, grows in places of pines and firs. Chanterelles - edible mushrooms, are representatives of the genus Chanterelles, are common in mixed forests and areas with needles, forms a mushroom root with various trees. The trefoil belongs to the genus Mlechnik, they form a fungus with birch.

Champignons, honey mushrooms, dung beetles, raincoats

Champignon belongs to the genus, called mushroom, grows in the grass at the edges.

Coprinus white refers to the mushroom genus Coprinus, suitable for food only at a young age. Common dung beetle on grassy meadows, where there is soil with humus.

Autumn honey agaric grows in forest areas, on tree roots, trunks, stumps.

Raincoat belongs to the genus Raincoat, suitable for nutrition at a young age, distributed in grassy meadows and meadows.

Mokhoviki, gruzdy

Fissured flywheel grows in mixed forests or deciduous places. Green flywheel belongs to the genus Mokhovik, distributed at the forest edges.

Black lactation belongs to the genus Mlechnik; its collection is possible on the territories of mixed and deciduous forests, where they grow in large groups, form a mushroom root with birch. The real breast grows on the territory of mixed forests, while they form a mushroom root with birch.

Russula

Russula belong to the Syroezhkovs, grow in mixed forests and coniferous areas, form a mushroom root with a variety of trees.

In the Omsk region by the autumn there will be chernushka, russula food, greenish, birch and others.

Conclusion

A map of the mushroom places of the region will reveal the secrets of collecting different mushrooms. Her study today will allow mushroom pickers to decide on the desired species and go to a specific area of ​​the region for harvest.

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