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Just curious if there are any types of mushrooms / fungi that are harmful to the soil or garden. I'm seeing many different types of mushrooms in my yard. Is there anything to watch out for?
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Harmful to the soil or garden is a little hard to understand from a permaculture perspective. Poisonous to humans is quite understandable, and there are many. A few are even deadly. Harmful to the ecology doesn't make sense when you think about the overall balance of nature, as Rachel Carson would say.
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