Are Growing in Potted Veggies
/ You are using Garden Soil
/ You are Using Fresh Organic Manure
/ Your potted veggies are exposed to Mushrooms Spores
/ You did not Mulch
/ You overwater the Plants
Could mushrooms be growing in your plant pots because of the reasons below?
// No. Fungi are decomposers that consume dead and decaying material. Fungi and some bacteria are what makes a material to decay.
Do Mushrooms Harm Your Plants?
// As long as you don't eat the mushrooms, you are safe. Even if the fungi produce poisonous mushrooms (or mushrooms with toxins), they will not transfer their toxins to your vegetables
Do Mushrooms in Your Potted Veggies Harm You?
/ Change the Potting Mix or Soil
/ Remove the Top 3-4 Inches of the Soil
/ Apply Fungicide
/ Remove Mushrooms as You See Them
How to Remove Mushrooms from Your Potted Vegetables
// If you overwater your plants, used unbaked garden soil, or you applied an undecomposed organic material, fungi can grow in your pots.
Mushrooms grow in potted plants for various reasons.
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