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Best of the Boletes: A Guide to Collecting for Food

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e926.

Ingrid Bartelli, consumer Marketing Information agent, Retired

This publication provides information on collecting wild boletes mushrooms for food.

Issued (N.D.) (Fil. 1)

28 pages

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office. Michigan Offices.



Common Toxins in Equine Feedstuffs1

Equine feedstuffs can be exposed to toxins during growth, harvest and storage. Plant disease, environmental conditions and insect infestation can all increase the likelihood of toxins being present in grains and hays. The possibility that a potential toxin will affect a species depends on its digestive system and eating behavior.

Equine AoE Team Christine Skelly, Ph.D., November 2008, 4 pages



Don't Pick Poison - When Gathering Mushrooms for Food in Michigan

MSU Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Publications E2777

At least 50 of the larger species of wild mushrooms that grow in Michigan are known to be poisonous. There may be more.

What is a poisonous mushroom?
Poisonous wild mushroomsgrow in Michigan
Some mushroom myths
Why are mushrooms poisonous?
Why are people poisoned?
What can you do to protect yourself
Mushroom biology/mushroom anatomy
White Amanita mushrooms are poisonous at all stages
Mushroom toxins
Amatoxins
Cortinarius toxins
Monomethylhydrazine
Coprine
Psilocybin, psilocin
Muscimol, ibotenic acid
Muscarine
Unknown toxins
Should you collect wild mushrooms?
Report poisonings
Human poisoning centers
Additional resources

43 pages

This publication is available from the MSU Extension Bookstore

 

Previous Version was E1080

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e1080

The purpose of this publication is to help prevent unnecessary wast of life and needless suffering by documenting in a simple nontechnical manner, some facts related to mushroom poisoning.

Ingrid Bartelli, Consumer Marketing Information Agent, Retired, MSU
Issued July 1977 52 pages (Fil. 1) 

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your Michigan Extension Offices.



Molds in the Home: What should you do?

Two-page document outlining how to best prevent and control molds in the home. 2 pp.

Carolyn Randall October 2006

This bulletin is available from the MSU Extension Bookstore.

 



Mushrooms Grow on Stumps: A Guide to Collecting for Food

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e924.

Ingrid Bartelli, consumer Marketing Information agent, Retired

This publication provides information on which stump mushrooms can be used for food.

Issued (N.D.) (Fil. 1)

40 pages

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office. Michigan Offices.



Orchard Site Preparation for Avoidance of Replant Problems

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e801.

G.W. Bird, Extension Nematologist
Departments of Entomology, and Botany and Plant Pathology

This publication provides information on preparing orchard sites.

Issued November 1974 (Fil. 1)

2 pages

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office. Michigan Offices.



White Mold of Beans

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e892.

Patrick Hart, Extension Specialist
A.W. Saettler, USDA/SEA-AR Research Plant Pathologist
Department of Botany and Plant Pathology

This publication provides information on the plant disease white mold.

Issued October 1975 (Fil. 1)

Issued September 1981 (Fil. 2)

4 pages

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office. Michigan Offices.



Wood Waste Makes Wonderful Mushrooms: A Guide to Collecting for Food

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e925.

Ingrid Bartelli, consumer Marketing Information agent, Retired

This publication provides information on how wood wastes can be used to grow mushrooms for food.

Issued (N.D.) (Fil. 1)

28 pages

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension office. Michigan Offices.



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