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Re: Strange Problem


those mushrooms were turning the humus into what is called aggregates of
soil which is the best thing that could happen to your soil. it makes the
nutrients readily available to your hosta. go put them back and leave god
alone.

At 07:23 PM 5/10/98 -0700, you wrote:
>Dee Krueger-Zone 4-Wisconsin
>Hi to all,  I have been reading all the strange problem letters and I
>have one too, only different.  I was looking at the garden tonight where
>I have some of my hostas and I found this one with a clump of (what I
>would call) mushrooms surrounding the plants.  This clump of mushrooms
>was about 8 inches wide and about 10 inches high.  I took the hoe and
>tried to get them all away from the plants.  My question is--should I
>dig up this plant to get rid of the rest of this mess or will it just go
>away.  The hostas look real healty.  I have never seen anything like
>this in the garden before.  Any help will be appreciated.  Thanks, Dee.
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Butch Ragland So. Indiana zone 5

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