The only tthing that im aware of as far as sprays ect is the anti armyworm bacteria or spore of some kind to kill the tent catterpillars. Its different here I think. Yes it is state land but they auctioned off some trees to thin this particular area of large red pines.
taken from fungi perfecti Fruiting Temperature: 65–75° F
Ideal Wood Types: piñon pine, fir, spruce
Also known as the Indian Oysters, Pleurotus pulmonarius
thrives on conifer stumps and logs, especially spruces and fir; after incubating the logs may be partially buried, vertically-oriented, to conserve water during fruiting. This species enjoys warm climates, producing large, white-beige mushrooms
There will litterally be thousands of places/stumps I can innoc. I have a small native plants nursery and I also plan, when I am able to put out clumps and groups of certain native trees all over the area and see if they will fill their niche here.
Edited by twoguysupnorth, 12 January 2013 - 12:43 PM.