Why do mushrooms grow in my yard?

Answer Mushrooms are a type of fungus that has a stalk and a cap. Most mushrooms are harmless to humans and animals, but there are varieties that can be poisonous. Perhaps the one defining characteristi... Read More »

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Can I grow mushrooms from store-bought mushrooms?

Technically you can grow mushrooms from store-bought mushrooms. You can use spores, or start with a tissue cutting. But if you've never grown mushrooms before, it's hard to grow them from store-bou... Read More »

How to Grow Mushrooms from Dried Mushrooms?

Growing mushrooms at home allows you to save money and enjoy delicious varieties of mushrooms each day with every meal. Because mushrooms do not contain the green chlorophyll that's found within ot... Read More »

Why are there about 50 white mushrooms in my yard?

Hi Deenie,I've been having this problem for years. I thought it was because I cut down the tree that was previously there and maybe the roots were rotting, but I've noticed them on my neighbors' l... Read More »

Eliminating mushrooms in yard?

It aint gonna happen. The reasons they are so difficult to kill is because of there physiology. One reason is 90% of a mushroom lives underground, the mushroom you see is merely the fruit of the fu... Read More »