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We have been told by Daltons that we have ‘birds nest fungi’ in the soil of our large raised vege garden beds – A very unusual honeycombe like fungus that pops out black sticky seeds and spreads. We removed it from the top however noticed it has a root system that goes down a foot deep that clumps the soil together into this grey/white matter. HELP! what do we do now?

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You need to physically remove as much of it as possible and some of the surrounding soil into a plastic bag, and dispose of this carefully. You could then drench the soil with fungicide, and consider whether there is a drainage / light problem that is providing suitable conditions for fungal growth, that may need to be fixed.

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