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Mar 24, 2018 8:25 AM CST
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Hi,
I've always had this kind of fungus here and there in my lawn and had not paid much attention to it. But this year it seems to be taking over my garden. Would you think I should do something about it?
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Mar 24, 2018 12:23 PM CST
Name: Jai or Jack
WV (Zone 6b)
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How is it taking over your garden? Does it actively harm your plants?

I live in a temperate, rainy, area, so I notice lots of fungi...I usually just leave them all alone.
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Mar 24, 2018 3:12 PM CST
Name: Big Bill
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The fungi are there most likely
because of shallow buried wood underneath the lawn. The wood is being broken down by the fungi. Then they throw a fruiting body up through your lawn. Fungi would not be feeding on the living lawn!
What you have is natural, don't worry at all.
If you had a good deal of rain lately, that could be a contributing factor to see more of it.
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Mar 24, 2018 3:53 PM CST
Name: Dr. Demento Jr.
Minnesota (Zone 3b)
Check the type, it looks edible.
Do not worry about it.
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Mar 25, 2018 7:22 AM CST
Ankara, Turkey (Zone 7a)
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OK, so I will continue to disregard them. Thank you all!
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