What Trees Do Morels Grow under?

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Morels grow under dead elm trees, which have the perfect conditions that facilitate the growth of morels. However morels grow beneath other number of trees such as the white ash tree, poplars and aspens, apple trees and many more. Apart from morels growing under tress they also inhabit places such as in sandy soil, near old saw mills, at burn sites and many more places.
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