How to Kill Mushrooms?

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Mushrooms are a type of fungus so you can purchase a lawn fungicide at your local grocery store. You can also do the age old trick of spraying baking soda and water on the mushrooms.
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Fungicide is the best way to kill mushrooms. Mushroom grow of decaying organic matte. They require a fir amount of moisture. The best way to rid them is dry it up, get rid of the dead organic material source or use chemicals. Baking soda mixed in water applied to area will help. You can find more information here: http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/nwest/msg051445046558.html
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How you kill a mushroom depends on what type of mushroom you want to kill. The easiest way to get rid of most mushrooms it to pick them before they spore. Look here for more information
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1. Find the underlying cause of the mushroom growth, including areas of rotting wood or rotting leaves. Remove any dead tree roots or branches that are creating a supportive growing
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1 Reduce the amount of moisture in the area. Mushrooms thrive in wet soils. Refrain from, or slow down, the amount of irrigating or watering you do to the location. Ad 2 Eliminate
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bleach does the trick, it kill spretty much everything. you coud try salt as well.
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How you kill a mushroom depends on what type of mushroom you want to kill. The easiest way to get rid of most mushrooms it to pick them before they spore. Look ...
Bleach will kill mushrooms for a while on the surface but not underneath. The bleach will not get underneath to reach the roots. You would have to pour the bleach ...
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