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Toadstool Mushroom

  • Subject: [cg] Toadstool Mushroom
  • From: "Karen Jones" k.jones@uwinnipeg.ca
  • Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2005 13:51:46 -0600

First of all you have got to have the things identiffied, your local
university mycologist might be able to help. Please remember that fungi
are important components of healthy soil ecosystems. Gee it would be
wonderful if they turned out to be something wonderfully edible, like
coprinus. If you dont loke them in your garden just put on a pair of
gloves and pick them each morning and throw them in the garbage. These
are the fruiting bodies, as long as there is something for the mycleium
(vegetative part, which is below ground) to digest  it will always be
there. Like any thing that grows in the garden they are seasonal and
will go away when it is time for them to.  Karen  


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