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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by bakerc8, Jun 9, 2008.
How can i get rid of mushrooms with out spending a lot of cash its for my own lawn??????????????/
make a garden salad
try a golf club, great for taking out frustrations.
I have had a problem with them this year to I have just been picking them.
Mushrooms are the reproductive structures of fungi which are breaking down organic matter in the soil. They are usually indicative of a healthy population of soil microorganisms. They do not appear when conditions are dry. There is no practical way to get rid of them.
a thick well growing lawn... if they have mushrooms, they are on a good start
Step on them, kick 'em. A customer told me once to put a laundry detergent paste on them. Guess it shrivels them up in a hurry. Sounds like a waste to me.
ya ok but what if i have a broken down stump and what chemicals should i use?
or would it make a difrence
put them on a pb and j sammy, wait 30 minutes, blast the wall by pink floyd and put on the wizard of oz. yes, the snozberries do taste like snozberries and you are tripping....man.
no chemicals, just let them run their course. meanwhile work on your slice with your 7 iron like someone else said.