Stinkhorn fungus


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Last year my mulch beds became seriously infected with stinkhorn fungus - orange shaped. My wife and I called them "lawn peni". We dug them up whenever we saw them, but had no luck in making them go away. This year I finally removed all the mulch from half my flower beds and replaced it entirely, hoping it won't come back. In the front of my house, I still have the old mulch and can't afford the time/money right now to finish off the job. Does anybody know of any surefire way of getting rid of these things?
 
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Oh those stink so bad. I had a compose pile, mostly full of wood and they took over. I think it has a lot to do with the kind of mulch. I think they like the acidity, I had a lot in my pine mulch.
 

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