Newgardner123
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Fungus in garden

My wife and I have been doing some side gardening for two or three years. This year we bought some organic soil and added two raised beds to our garden. About a week or two after starting the garden, the new beds have a yellowish looking spore growing in it. We need some assistance properly identifying it as well as some treatments. We would prefer a natural remedy over spraying a fungicide, etc. Any help is appreciated. As a side note- does anyone know how to add a file? No matter what I do the file size appears to be too large. If anyone would like to see the image I can send it to them, just PM me

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Lindsaylew82
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Re: Fungus in garden

I have to upload to photobucket (a website) and then upload from the site to the forum. I usually just copy and paste the IMG line into the message.
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Upstate, SC
USDA Zone 7b/ Sunset Zone 31

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Re: Fungus in garden

Here is the photo bucket link
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Re: Fungus in garden

It should be fine. Won't hurt your garden. It'll go when everything dries out.
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Upstate, SC
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Re: Fungus in garden

I think it's some kind of Elf Cup, btw.
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