Fungi growing on soil. Southern England.

KDBANGLIA kdbanglia at aol.com
Mon Jun 5 17:56:52 EST 2000


In article <2000Jun4.222433.19549 at jarvis.cs.toronto.edu>, bae at cs.toronto.edu
(Beverly Erlebacher) writes:

>>The fungi grows in a cupped shape, upto about an inch and a half across, has
>a
>>white testured outer bloom and a smooth khaki coloured inner.
>>
>>I'd guess at poor drainage !
>
>
>  Almost certainly, this fungus
>is doing no harm, and is actually doing you some good.  So enjoy it while 
>you have it - it sounds rather attractive.  It will go away when it runs out
>of food.
>

Thanks for that, Sadly your last part doesn't sound as though it will work the
same as some foxes we have scrubbing around at night, amongst the rows of peas.

Richard.






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