How do I get rid of toadstools from my lawn?

Answer

You can get rid of toadstools from your lawn by removing decomposing grass, leaves, stems and dead tree roots. Also dig the roots of the toadstools up and if possible dethatch the lawn. You can also pour white vinegar on the spots where the toadstools are growing.
Explore this Topic
The best way to rid a lawn of dandelions is to uproot them. A small hand fork is the best tool to use. ...
Weeds in the lawn can be a bad sight and stickers are worse. Constant lawn care can help control weeds but they can as well be prevented. Here are some steps you ...
You can get rid of mushrooms through a number of ways; some of which include: Reducing irrigation, because mushrooms thrive well in over irrigated areas, growing ...
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014 Ask.com