Mushrooms make it rain
It rains more often in the forest than elsewhere. This is also due to the mushroom spores in the air. These bind the humidity, heavy drops are formed and it rains. Deforestation inevitably leads to less rain, drought and desertification. Especially where it has been dry for years in my home region, it is fatal to cut down more trees. By the compression of the earth in the forest by heavy machines, the mushroom webs (mycelium) are pressed together and die. The result is a lack of water storage capacity in the forest. Furthermore, the loss of the “Wood Wide Web” destroys the communication between the trees.
Just look at these beautiful reproductive organs! After all, we honor their colors and diversity and taste. Therefore, let us preserve them and their habitat.
“The fungal threads resemble the nerve threads in our nervous system – our brain.”