How to Get Rid of Yellow Mushrooms in Plants?

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The best way to get rid of yellow mushrooms in plants is to remove the soil completely. This means that you need to resoil the plant. If you currently do not have time to do that, you can begin by removing the heads of the mushrooms. You can also scrape off the first two inches of the soil and replace with new soil. If the mushrooms return, then you must resoil the plant completely.
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Yellow mushrooms are commonly grown in tropical regions, but they can also be found growing in the pots of houseplants and in greenhouses. They are a type of fungus that does not damage the plant. They are poisonous mushrooms which are also called yellow parasol or yellow houseplant mushrooms. Yellow mushrooms can occur as a single mushroom or in clusters. They exhibit a bright yellow color with a tall cap which has small scales on it.
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