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Fungus In Your Raised Vegetable Beds.

July 1st, 2016 · No Comments

Fungus as toadstools or mushrooms in your raised beds normally is not a problem and should not do the vegetables or you any harm.Most raised beds are filled with soil and compost or some other form of organic mater which is broken down by a number of elements including fungus,most of the time you do not see the fungus as it all happens under ground but when the conditions are right the fungus will produce fruiting bodies with are the mushroom and toadstools you see.So in general its a good thing to see some mushrooms/ toad stools in your raised beds as the organic mater is being broken down which in turn will release natural nutrients to the vegetables.

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