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Weird fungus, can anyone identify? It's a Mold. Thanks everyone! Much appreciated!

 
Geogal (OP)

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08/29/2008 02:44 PM
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Re: Weird fungus, can anyone identify? It's a Mold. Thanks everyone! Much appreciated!
home depot got stuff for mold..Scotts weed and feed every spring..for health lawn..use a spreader to put it down.use at end of summer again.keeps lawn healthy.l.
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I already fertilized the lawn beginning of spring... I understand one isn't supposed to fert it too often. Is that correct? Directions usually say 1-2. I live in a moderate climate that lets the lawn live (and grow a bit) through winter. Lately, I've had one of the best looking lawns in my neighborhood, but, I seem to be the only one with the fungus. Unless, the other owners get out earlier than I to remove it. LOL! Thanks for the suggestion, AC! hf I will reread the directions of the fert I have... I think it is Scotts.
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Re: Weird fungus, can anyone identify? It's a Mold. Thanks everyone! Much appreciated!
never had a problem with mold or fungus till i used scotts weed and feed on my yard, it turned nice and green and everything was fine.about a week or 2 later after cutting the grass and collecting the yard waste, i put it in a pile(in a place where it got wet) and a few days later it ws all stinky and moldy fungusy and got fungus all over the place, all over trees ect, i was guessing it was from the ferts...

i killed it with milk, i only had to treat it once and it went away, also i cut back all the trees ect so the sun would cook it/dry it away
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Hrmm... the mold I've got is actually showing in the lawn that gets the most sun and has the least amount of trees near it. I thought it kinda weird it would show there, in that it gets the best drainage (at a good angle) and stays the driest of all my lawn areas. The lawn that gets the least amount of sun and the most water is ACTUALLY the lawn area that I don't see any mold or fungus on.
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Re: Weird fungus, can anyone identify? It's a Mold. Thanks everyone! Much appreciated!
a pleasure to be of assistance.....when using the garlic, make a huge batch, so you can really soak the spots...but the same goes for all treatments really, just to ensure complete destruction of the mycelium(it can get quite deep in the soil)....happy lawncare
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The Dirt Doctor! ;)

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WOW! Excellent info! Thanks! I have a couple small ponds that I do have algea in. This would be useful for that. Plus, I hate using chemicals on my roses and get the powder mold, and occasional black spots or rust! I usually end up just denuding that plant when the problem occurs. COOL!
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Good info!
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Re: Weird fungus, can anyone identify? It's a Mold. Thanks everyone! Much appreciated!
Food grade hydrogen peroxide- safer than bleach for plants, animals and environment. This helps plants. Bleach breaks down molecular structure and is toxic for you, pets, water and environment.
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There are literally thousands of types of mold
Do tape test and send to lab!
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Bleach also damages your bodies auto-immune response system!
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Re: Weird fungus, can anyone identify? It's a Mold. Thanks everyone! Much appreciated!
No bleach bad for you bad for pets bad for plants bad for ground/ earth and if you have your water source on your property as in a well you just contaminated your drinking water.

Love apple cider vinegar great solution along with garlic!
Also food grade hydrogen peroxide much much safer than bleach and good for plants ! Wash your veggies with it - cure your herpes and a host of other major illnesses and its also great for gardening !
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11/30/2012 02:15 PM
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Re: Weird fungus, can anyone identify? It's a Mold. Thanks everyone! Much appreciated!
There are literally over a thousand types of mold- tape test send to lab if you really want to know. Pricey and may not even be fully conclusive IMHO. Mold and bleach are volatile chemicals mold is a voc and bleach probably has either voc or volatile chemical compound classification.
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Thank you poster for dirtdoctor site! Excellent info! Yea
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