What mushrooms grow in the Tula region
A walk through the forest brings not only pleasure, but also benefits. To pick mushrooms in the Tula region begin in May and end in late autumn.
Mushrooms in the Tula region
Edible mushrooms of the Tula region
In the forest under last year’s leaves, mushrooms of Tula and the Tula region find edible plants:
- field champignons;
- birch sponges.
Oak and birch sponges grow on missing trees, but have a strong aroma, unpretentious. Champignons delight until November.
By summer, mushroom places in the Tula region are replenished with new species. Grows up:
- white breasts;
- oyster mushrooms.
A map of mushroom places in the Tula region shows which plants mushrooms are friends with and which ones they prefer to stay away from. In these forests, all the traditionally collected forest organisms found in Russia are found.
Summer species are replaced by autumn mushrooms of the Tula region:
- honey agaric;
- black lump;
- violin player.
Their home is coniferous and mixed forests. Some grow on well-lit fringes, while others love partial shade and hide in the slums of the forest. The honey agaric grows on fallen trees and stumps, cep and boletus in the birch grove or in the shade of oaks, and the oiler hides under a dried leaf under the spruce.
From the last days of August until the onset of frost, there are autumn russula. They are easy to dial near Christmas trees or pines. Umbrellas, which appeared after the 20th of August, are collected in birch groves, on the illuminated edges of the forest.
Amanita should not be eaten
Edible mushrooms have poisonous counterparts. The consequences of poisoning in the human body leads to severe poisoning, often fatal.
To poisonous concerns:
- thin pig;
- satanic mushroom;
- death cap;
No matter how attractive the appearance of the blushing fly agaric, it is not worth taking them. It is difficult to get rid of the poison from the body by simple home methods. Amanita are cooked by specially trained chefs in high-end restaurants.
The double fungus - bile - grows in mixed forests. Upon careful examination, it is easy to notice that on the leg of the bile fungus there is a fine gray mesh, and pink spots are hidden on the back of the hat. Its taste is bitter, similar to bile. It is not excreted by soaking or boiling and is a sign of the presence of poison in food.
The Russula field and forest look like a pale grebe, but their poisonous sister walks in a "skirt", there are none on the leg of the Russula.
Before collecting it is important to prepare, talk with mushroom pickers, who have their own map of mushroom places in the Tula region.
To harvest a large crop, it is better to go after a good rain.
On the map of mushroom places in the Tula region, in the forests near Suvorov there are unique places. It’s easy to get there: they go from the Moscow railway station on a Tula-Belev diesel engine to Hanino.
In a pine forest near Aleksin, there are a huge number of russules and thistles. A shuttle bus or minibus from the Tula bus station will take you to the city.
Minibus Tula-Dubna will take you to the forests of Dubna. The journey takes 30-40 minutes. They harvest a rich harvest of boletus, porcini mushrooms and boletus.
There are mushroom places in the Tula region near the city of Efremov. To get to the forests of Efremov simply by bus or by shuttle bus Tula-Efremov. Within an hour, they reach the beautiful mixed forests of the area, where they find not only mushrooms, but also strawberries, nuts, raspberries. Here the forests are dense, wild animals are found - it is better not to walk alone.
Near Tula, in the Chernsky, Yasnogorsky and Leninsky districts, a large number of edible mushrooms grows.
In Belevsky and Arsenyevsky regions mushroom pickers harvest ecologically clean crops.
Tula and the Tula region rightfully earned the title of the best places in Russia for mushroom gatherings. All known species of these plants grow here. Their collection begins with the first heat and lasts until frost.