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Question by  LavenderLady (23)

Why do mushrooms grow in my yard?


Answer by  SunnyStars (836)

Mushroom spores get carried on the wind into your yard, they also can enter your yard if you bring manure or dirt from a contaminated outside source. Once mushrooms establish themselves in your yard, they will spread even more mushroom spores, establishing themselves even further. Check your yard for mushrooms daily and immediately remove any mushrooms.


Answer by  Marie (778)

Mushrooms grow in your yard when spores have been spread and the conditions are favorable for them. They particularly like shady damp spots.


Answer by  AEF (519)

Mushrooms are a fungus that feed on damp, decaying organic material. They grow on decaying thatch or bits of dead leaves that gather under your grass. If you have low lying areas or areas that are generally damp, mushrooms are more likely to grow there.


Answer by  cody (1331)

mushrooms grow in every yard and even the woods, they grow there because when the grass is decomposing the mushrooms feed of that. when you cut your grass all year it gives them a lot of food so they can grow but they grow fast and die very fast also

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