A true measure of soil health is seeing mycelium and several varieties of mushrooms throughout the year. Most farm chemicals destroy mushrooms in addition to the destruction of tillage.

A balance of fungus and bacteria creates the best conditions for pasture, especially pasture that incorporates trees aka silvopasture. Having a robust network of mycelium helps mitigate the effects of drought and keeps your pasture healthier.
A puffball mushroom. We have found some quite a bit larger than this. They ripen here in Southwest Ohio in late summer. Edible
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