Fungus on Live Oak stump

ladyisz(Zone 7-MD)May 15, 2005

Hi everyone!

Last spring we cut down a Live Oak tree in our yard, and this spring I noticed that the stump is covered (probably a little over an inch thick) with some type of fungus, which I think looks VERY cool! I had a couple of bricks on top of the stump though, and when I took the bricks off there are two rectangular areas with no fungus. Do you think if I break off some of what has grown, fill in those spots, and keep them watered really well that it will all fill in and cover the stump?


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ladyisz(Zone 7-MD)

PS - The fungus looks a lot like this. I found this link on google. :)

Here is a link that might be useful:

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