Why are there mushrooms in my garden ?!

A could hear the question once a year: “Why are there mushrooms in my garden? Should I be concerned? Shall we treat them? ". Sometimes mushrooms appear in the lawn, and sometimes they lie in beds. What does this mean and what should I do about it?

Short answer: you should pay us a lot of money to take care of you … kidding. The real answer: don't worry. Fungi are caused by the living microorganisms in your soil. In general, whenever I see mushrooms I am pretty happy because it means I have fertile soil. You can hover one eye so you can mow over them or just knock them over, but don't worry about that.

Question: Why are there mushrooms in my garden?

Answer: good soil.

Would you like to know how to improve your soil? We recommend top dressing.

It is worth noting that there may be fungi in your garden that will injure the lawn. Most of the time, these mushrooms don't look like mushrooms. They look like yellow or gray spots. This time of year is the best time for bad mushrooms (we have high daytime temperatures and low nighttime temperatures). If you have any questions, please give us a call.

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