Czech mushroom hunters are gearing up for a bountiful harvest as the rainy season approaches. According to meteorologist Rudolf Kovařík, cooler temperatures and heavy rains are expected to create ideal mushroom growth conditions.
Kovařík predicts temperatures will drop significantly in the coming days, with highs reaching only 15 to 18 degrees Celsius. While this may mean the end of summer, it also signifies the beginning of the mushroom hunting season.
Despite the cooler weather, Kovařík assures us that warm days are still possible. “Autumn is approaching, but it doesn’t mean we won’t have warm days,” he said. “The days will be shorter, and less sunlight, but we can still enjoy the outdoors.”
But it’s not just mushroom hunters who will benefit from the changing weather. According to Kovařík, the cooler temperatures will also be good news for gardeners, as crops like potatoes, carrots, and parsley will begin to ripen.
As the weather cools down, it’s important to remember to enjoy the outdoors while we still can. Whether hiking in the forest, harvesting your garden, or simply enjoying a brisk walk in the park, now is the perfect time to take advantage of the changing seasons.
So grab your raincoat and mushroom basket, and get ready for the bountiful harvest just around the corner!