Stinkhorn fungus

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  1. Mar 13, 2013 #1

    jdean

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    I bought my house in August. The mulch in the front yard has since deteriorated and stink horns have begun to sprout. I plan to remulch this weekend but I am not sure if I need to remove the deteriorated mulch (it is biodegradable) or if I can just mulch over the top. Any help?
     
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    nealtw

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    If they put down fabic or poly under the mulch, you want to remove the old because it will turn into dirt and then you will have a mess. If you don't have anything under it, leave it there, it will add to the soil.
     
  3. Mar 14, 2013 #3

    jdean

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    Thanks a lot!
     

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