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Gregory Silling
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ok fingi expert...noobs here... we have had a very damp and overcast month and these have popped up in the garden... not only would I be interested in what they are... and how they might have gotten here but also what is it telling me about my soil?

thanks for your input...

Greg
 
Gregory Silling
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pics would help
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Shannon Sheridan
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black inky cap is my guess!
 
Jd Gonzalez
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parasola-plicatilis?



http://www.first-nature.com/fungi/parasola-plicatilis.php
 
Gregory Silling
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that looks like the item... just never seen them in my garden... wind blown... dormant for years... who knows ... thanks for the input the people on this forum are the best
 
steve bossie
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they grow in my hardwood chips i put around my berry shrubs.
 
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