Answer: Stinkhorns are stinky indeed! They grow on decomposing organic matter and like many fungi, tend to send up their gross, stinky "mushrooms" with a change in the weather as cool temps and fall rains arrive. There is not a control per se but they tend to go away on their own. You can also chop off the tops when they appear to avoid some of the stink!
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