Funghi-Phobia

The weather is sunny, even warm these days and some light showers from time to time. Where we walk, the collection of wild mushrooms you must request the issuance of an ID card authorization will be valid for daily, weekly, monthly or half-yearly and will be used in the territory indicated on it. The cards can be purchased at a cost determined by the authorities at the Mountain Communities.

The collection is allowed on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays during the day, one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset. The activity can be exercised only in forests and uncultivated lands.

Special rules are established for residents in mountain areas and for the owners for the collection of;

-Amanita Caesarea only egg closed
-Boletus edulis, B. Pinicola, B Aereus. B. Reticulatus) hat diameter less than 3 cm.
-Blackthorn (Calocybe gambosa) hat with a diameter less than 2 cm.
-Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibaritis) hat with a diameter less than 2 cm.

The collection should be carried out manually or through the use of a knife avoiding tearing of the mushrooms and, with them, part of the mycelium underground. You may not use rakes, hooks or other tools that may damage the humus layer of the soil.

The funghi is a splendid piece of nature and we are hopeful to see the forest preserved and controlled to avoid damages being done.

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